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Professor/Reader/Senior Lecturer/Lecturer positions in Computer Science, University of Surrey, UK

The Department of Computer Science at the University of Surrey, is looking for new faculty members at all academic career levels.

We are looking for people in the following areas: machine learning, distributed systems, cloud computing, programming-languages principles, robotics, and the intersection of security and AI, as well as the established areas of cyber security and AI research within the Department. The posts also provide an opportunity to expand our research in new directions including Dev Ops and human factors. 

The Department has an ambitious growth strategy and very strong student numbers. We are looking to attract talented individuals who will inspire, lead, and make a significant impact in their research and to student experience. The Department is part of a School with the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. The post also provides opportunities to create links with the research centres across the School and the wider University.

With respect to the senior positions there is an opportunity for some of the lecturer/senior lecturer posts to support those appointments. We encourage candidates seeking senior positions to engage in discussions with the Department on their vision for leading research. The senior posts will also provide leadership in the Department.

CountryUnited Kingdom
LabGuildford, Surrey
Duration/PeriodPermanent posts
Deadline05/01/2020 23:00
Keywordsmachine learning; distributed systems; cloud computing; programming-languages principles; robotics; and the intersection of security and AI;

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