[TYPES] Job advert: Lecturership, Edinburgh

Julian Bradfield jcb at inf.ed.ac.uk
Sat Mar 26 09:57:26 EST 2005

Lecturer in Computer Science
School of Informatics
University of Edinburgh

The School of Informatics invites applications for a 
Lecturership in Computer Science.
The position is permanent, and the successful candidate is expected to
join the Laboratory for Foundations of Computer Science (LFCS).

The successful candidate will have an excellent research record in
types, logic and security, with a demonstrated ability to apply
theoretical constructs to application problems. They will be expected
to play a key role in the LFCS's mobile computation group, and to
establish collaborations locally and internationally. Expertise in the
design and implementation of relevant software will be advantageous.

The successful candidate will also have a demonstrated commitment to
excellence in teaching, and should be able to teach and develop
courses in computer security and related areas. Experience of
successful course administration will be an advantage.

Salary range: GBP23462 - GBP35883 according to age and experience.

Closing date: 15 April 2005.

Further information:

Informal enquiries: Dr Julian Bradfield <jcb at inf.ed.ac.uk>

The School of Informatics is internationally renowned for its research
and teaching in computation, information and cognition. Its Laboratory
for Foundations of Computer Science works to achieve a foundational
understanding of problems and issues arising in computation and
communication through the development of appropriate and applicable
formal models and mathematical theories.

The College of Science and Engineering has an international
profile of research excellence with 62% of the 5* scientists in
Scotland in the 7 Schools in the College. It offers world-class
facilities and opportunities for collaboration across disciplines. 

More information about the Types-list mailing list