[TYPES/announce] Two Lectureship posts in the Department of Computing at Imperial
alastair.donaldson at imperial.ac.uk
Wed Jan 6 09:48:49 EST 2016
It's been brought to my attention that I used an out-of-date link - the
correct information about the posts are at this link:
Apologies for the spam.
On 22/12/2015 00:40, Alastair Donaldson wrote:
> Dear all
> We are hiring for two Lectureships (equivalent to US Assistant
> Professor) in the Department of Computing. We would be particularly
> interested in applicants in Programming Languages, Verification,
> Software Engineering and related areas. Please see details below -
> follow the link for details of how to apply. I'd be grateful if you
> could pass this on to folks who you think would be interested.
> Best wishes
> Ally Donaldson
> Two Lectureship Posts
> Department of Computing, Imperial College London
> See here for full details:
> Salary £45,950 - £51,200 per annum
> South Kensington Campus
> Imperial College London is a world leading university whose reputation
> for excellence in research and teaching attracts students and staff of
> the highest international quality. The three Faculties – Engineering,
> Natural Sciences and Medicine - together with the Business School
> explore the interface between science, medicine, engineering and
> The Department of Computing is a leading department of Computer
> Science coming 13th in the world QS ratings. In REF 2014, the most
> recent assessment of UK research, both the College and the Department
> did extremely well, with the College being rated overall as the top
> multi-department university in the UK. The Department was rated as
> the top Computer Science department in both Research Environment and
> Research Intensity. The Department’s teaching is always rated in the
> top three in the newspaper and good university tables.
> Research in the Department is clustered into the following themes:
> Distributed Software Engineering, Logic & Artificial Intelligence,
> Machine Learning, Programming Languages & Systems, Quantitative
> Analysis and Decision Science, Security, and Visual Information
> Processing. Applications are invited for two permanent Lectureship
> positions in the Department of Computing in any of the above areas.
> Candidates are expected to have a proven international record relevant
> to the above areas and will be expected to play a full part in the
> teaching and administrative activities of the Department.
> For further information on the Department visit
> Interviews will be held in early July 2015.
> For more detail, please refer to the full job description.
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