Mathematical Sciences, Korea Advanced Institute Science and Technology(KAIST)
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology(KAIST) was founded in 1971 as the first research oriented graduate School of science and engineering in Korea, and continues to be Korea’s foremost center of strategic research and development
projects. It is consistently ranked among the top 30 universities worldwide for Engineering and IT. Today KAIST consists of six colleges, two schools, 19 departments, four divisions, and nine professional graduate schools.
KAIST has 584 tenured and tenure-track professors and 320 non-tenure track professors. Of these, 43 are international faculty and 47 are female.
Governed by a special law, KAIST has an autonomous and flexible academic system. Other colleges and universities in South Korea are required to abide by
the government-directed admissions and curriculum requirements. KAIST has an “open major system” which allows students to take classes for three semesters
before choosing a discipline that suits their aptitude. With Korea’s first test-free admissions system, overall grades, math and science grades, recommendation
letters from teachers, study plan, and personal statements are evaluated for admission. This year, KAIST has more than 4900 undergraduate students
and 5960 graduate students.
The Department of Mathematical Sciences (DMS) dates back to 1982, when the Department of Applied Mathematics was established with a graduate program
in mathematics. In 1985, a separate department, in charge of the undergraduate program, was founded. The two departments merged into the Department of
Mathematics in 1990 and the current name, DMS, has been used since 2007.
Today the DMS has 32 full-time professors, additional five affiliated professors, 26 research professors, visiting professors, and post-doctoral researchers, and
eight full-time staff members who manage daily activities. There are currently 260 undergraduate and 140 graduate students in the department and these numbers are
increasing regularly. The main objectives of the DMS are research and education. The department has an outstanding faculty with expertise in both pure and applied mathematics, and it offers first-rate undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degree programs.
Please visit http://mathsci.kaist.ac.kr/home/
for more information.
- [NTTAP] Mathematical Sciences, Non-Tenure Track Assistant Professorship at KAIST (2017/05/31)
(1 position listed)
© 2017 MathJobs.Org, American Mathematical Society. All Rights Reserved.