School of Science

Loughborough University is one of the UK’s leading centres of excellence for teaching and research in STEM subjects – with a track record in supplying industry with high calibre, highly motivated graduates, and a vibrant international research culture.

The School of Science brings together the Departments of Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematical Sciences, Physics and the Mathematics Education Centre, and boasts state-of-the-art facilities and an active research community.

We are renowned for the relevance of our research work which is driven by society’s need for solutions to real-life issues. Loughborough scientists are actively engaged in cutting edge theoretical and applied research that is shaping the future and transforming the world through technological advances and scientific discovery.

Extensive investment in the student learning environment and research facilities makes Loughborough an excellent place to pursue academic aspirations, research interests and career goals. The University's recently opened state-of-the-art STEMLab further expanding our ability to offer world class facilities across our disciplines.

In the most recent Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) each of the academic departments has at least 85% of their research ranked as 'internationally recognised'.

In addition to carrying out research in their respective disciplines, staff in the School of Science are engaged in multidisciplinary research in collaboration with other academic Schools and departments across the campus - from Engineering to Arts, English and Drama - creating an exciting and truly stimulating research environment.

Lecturer in Mathematics

We are looking for Lecturer in Mathematics to join our Department of Mathematical Sciences. The Department strives to develop mathematically gifted graduates, train postgraduate students in specialist topics, and further the development of mathematics and its application through cutting edge research.

The Department attracts staff and students from all over the world and is proud of its diverse and stimulating environment. Active in high quality research across the broad spectrum of mathematics, the Department has an international reputation, with four fifths of research rated internationally leading or better in REF 2014.

The Department is particularly looking to expand its strengths in the areas of Analysis and/or Stochastic Analysis.