Four positions in Computer Science
- Two in any area of CS
- One in theory and algorithms
- One in HCI
You will have demonstrated that you are on track to become an outstanding researcher, carrying out innovative research to complement that currently being pursued in the Department. You will have already achieved international recognition and have a significant number of high quality publications in top venues. Our strategy is to grow our research portfolio and you will be expected to take a major role in achieving that goal.
In addition, you will be expected to take an active role in providing high quality and innovative teaching in areas of Computer Science according to your experience. We are looking to enhance our teaching in core computer science; both theoretical aspects (such as formal methods, complexity, information theory, theory of programming languages, automated theorem proving/protocol analysis), as well as engineering aspects (such as programming languages, operating systems, distributed computing and software engineering). Interest in developing innovative ways of integrating teaching and research, and linking our teaching with the general computing industry, is particularly welcomed. The Department operates a reduced teaching load policy for new staff to enable their research activities to be established.
Please include in your CV and covering letter two one page statements; One on your research plans and how they will impact on the research profile of the Department and one on the contributions that you can make to teaching in the Department, especially in respect of innovation in delivery and content.