Lectureships at Glasgow
UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW
Lectureships in Computing Science
We invite applications for two Lectureships in the Department of
Computing Science. The Department is dedicated to excellence in both
teaching and research, and currently has the highest possible research
rating of 5. Applicants must possess the ability and enthusiasm to
fit into this environment.
Applications are invited both from persons with excellent track
records in the academic or industrial sectors, and from younger
persons who show outstanding promise in teaching and research.
Applicants should preferably possess expertise in one or more of the
following areas: databases, distributed systems, human-computer
interaction, information retrieval, multimedia, and software
engineering. Outstanding applicants in other areas that match
departmental interests are also encouraged. [Needless to say, type
theory is one such area!]
The Department is a thriving, vigorous and friendly place. There are
around 33 academic staff, including five professors (plus a sixth
about to be appointed), supported by excellent secretarial, technical,
and programming staff, as well as state-of-the-art computer systems.
We teach over 1000 students (400 full-time equivalents). Our course
structure is in a phase of rapid development: we plan new courses at
both undergraduate and advanced MSc level. The new lecturers would be
expected to contribute to the teaching and administration of the
Glasgow is an exciting city to live in. It is large and cosmopolitan,
with spectacular Victorian architecture alongside modern developments,
and it is a major centre for the arts, conferences and exhibitions.
The Highlands and western seaboard are within easy reach.
Both appointments will be on the Lecturer scale (13,601 - 25,107
pounds p.a.), at points determined by age, experience, and ability.
Further particulars may be obtained from the Academic Personnel
Office, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ, Scotland.
Applications (eight copies of CV, a covering letter, and names and
addresses of three referees) should be lodged by 13th May 1994,
quoting reference number TG/8251.
Informal enquiries are welcomed. Contact the Head of Department, Dr
David Watt (tel. 041 330 4470, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org).