[robotics-worldwide] Lecturer Position at the University of Lincoln
tduckett at lincoln.ac.uk
Sun Oct 10 10:29:27 PDT 2010
Lecturer in Computer Science, School of Computer Science, University of
Closing date: 1st November 2010.
The post is located in the School of Computer Science at the University
of Lincoln's main Brayford Pool Campus. The School has successfully
implemented a research-informed teaching strategy resulting in excellent
results from the recent RAE (85% of outputs at International quality or
better). The School is now consolidating that success and moving forward
with ambitious plans for future growth.
The School has research centres in Vision and Robotics (CVARR) and
Social Computing (LiSC), and research groups in Digital Content Analysis
and Computer Education. Approximately 450 students follow a range of
undergraduate and postgraduate computing programmes that inform and are
informed by that research activity
The post holder will be required to make a significant contribution to
one of the research centres or groups showing sufficient strength and
potential to be entered into the REF. He or she will also be required to
contribute to the preparation, delivery and assessment of taught
programmes across a range of both standard computer science and
specialist topics, and to assist with administrative duties. The post
holder may also contribute to outreach activities in relevant areas.
For further information, please refer to the job advert:
School of Computer Science:
Centre for Vision and Robotics Research:
Dr. Tom Duckett
Reader in Computer Science
University of Lincoln
Phone: +44 1522 837113
Fax: +44 1522 886974
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