[TYPES/announce] Lectureship at Queen Mary, Univ of London

Peter O'Hearn Peter.OHearn at eecs.qmul.ac.uk
Fri May 20 10:13:24 EDT 2011

Lectureship in Computer Science, with focus on Logic, Verification,  
Program Analysis...

Queen Mary, University of London is looking to appoint a full time  
permanent Lecturer in the School of Electronic Engineering and  
Computer Science. This lectureship is to strengthen the School's work  
in the broad area of mathematical logic and program verification and  
analysis. We are particularly looking for applicants that complement  
our existing strengths in separation logic, shape analysis and  
liveness analysis. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to,  
probabilistic verification, verification for dynamical systems,  
concurrency, automata, abstract interpretation, theorem proving and  
constraint solving.

The successful applicant will work in the Theoretical Computer Science  
group headed by Professor Peter O'Hearn. This group includes a range  
of academics whose work relates to logic and program verification,  
underpinned by research funding of over £8m. The group maintains  
strong links with Imperial College London, University of Oxford and  
Microsoft Research Cambridge. See
for more information on our research.

The closing date for applications is 20th June 2011. Salary will be in  
the range of £37,669 - £46,938 per annum. More details on the post and  
the application procedure may be found on

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