The School has an opening for a lecturer (assistant professor) in any discipline that matches our research interests.
Lectureship at St Andrews
Lecturer in Computer Science – SK8461
School of Computer Science £36,862 – £45,336 per annum. Starting September 2011 or as soon as possible thereafter. Standard appointment.
The Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA) is creating a world-leading Computer Science research community across the universities in Scotland. As part of this initiative, we seek lectureship applications from researchers with expertise in the SICSA themes of Next Generation Internet; Complex Systems Engineering; Multi-modal Interaction and Modelling & Abstraction. We are particularly interested in candidates with expertise in sensor systems, multicore systems, embedded systems, data intensive systems or wireless communications and especially those who bridge two or more of these areas.
You should have a PhD and have an outstanding research record as demonstrated by publications and research funding. You must be willing to cooperate with other researchers across Scotland and contribute to the work of SICSA and to teach in any area of computer science.
A period of postdoctoral experience and publications that reflect your experience is essential. Teaching is important to us and we expect candidates to be committed teachers, with appropriate experience. We have a growing portfolio of Masters level courses and welcome those who have an interest in contributing to their development.
Candidates interested in this post are welcome to informally contact the Head of School (Alan Dearle) to discuss the opportunity.
Ref No: SK8461
Closing Date: 27 July 2011
Further Particulars: SK8461 FPs.doc