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Two Lectureships in Computer Science

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07 January 2016



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The Department of Computer Science is seeking to appoint 2 Lecturers or Senior-Lecturers in up to two of the following areas: 

- Human-computer interaction and interaction design.
- Programming languages (language design and implementation).
- Software verification and validation.
- Algorithms in the context of large-scale data.

At least one of the two successful candidates will have significant expertise in cyber-security aspects of one of the above areas and will be expected to help shape the development of cyber-security teaching in our degree programmes.

In addition, the department would like to recruit an applicant who can also support and develop those aspects of our degree programmes concerned with programming and software engineering.

Ideal candidates will demonstrate the ability to carry out research of the highest international standard in one or more of the above areas and have the ability to attract funding and to develop an independent research programme. They will have demonstrated excellence in teaching computer science at undergraduate and graduate levels, including the ability to contribute to course development and innovation.

The appointments will be from 1st September 2016 or as soon as possible thereafter.

Further details and application process