Prior to moving to Luleå, I spent some time working at Uppsala University and KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, inlcuding some time while I was formally employed by the University of Regensburg (Germany). Although I am originally from Scotland, I moved to Australia when I was a kid and completed all my studies there including my PhD at Monash Universty under the supervision of Robert Bartnik. Before moving to Sweden I also held my first academic position in Australia, at the University of New England.
Email me at stephen dot mccormick at ltu.se.
• I'm looking forward to being a mentor at the British Isles Graduate Workshop V in Mathematical General Relativity, in July. Applications are open for PhD candidates and postdocs to participage (see link).
• New preprint on arXiv, to appear in a special issue of Beijing Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, in memory of Robert Bartnik: An Overview of Bartnik's Quasi-Local Mass.
You can find me here on Google Scholar or arXiv. You can also follow me on Twitter (@Quasilocal) where I try to post light-hearted mathematics and physics but inevitably get sucked into discussions on current issues.
There is no general funding available to support research positions, so these will only be available when explicitly advertised.
There are however various national and international schemes designed to externally fund PhD and postdoctoral positions. If someone would like to apply to funding through such a scheme to work in geometric analysis or mathematical general relativity, then I would be happy to discuss that. There are also some possibilities within Sweden to attract strong international postdocs.
Masters programs at LTU can be found here. Although we do not have a specific Master's programme in mathematics, if there is interest then please contact me nevertheless to discuss possibilities.