Jobs at King's College London
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Tue Nov 9 20:11:40 PST 1999
Department of Computer Science
King's College London
LECTURESHIPS / SENIOR LECTURESHIPS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
The Department of Computer Science is seeking to fill four
posts with further expansion to follow. Candidates with a
strong research orientation are invited to apply for these
positions. The Department currently has three research groups:
ALGORITHM DESIGN: design, analysis and engineering of
algorithms, application of algorithmic techniques in
bio-informatics, musicology and operations research.
INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND SOFTWARE ENGINEERING: human-computer
interaction, systems design, notations, distributed World
Wide Web based applications, especially health informatics
and musicology. Theories of specification, formal methods,
design of reactive and real-time systems, automated reasoning
in support of software engineering, semantics of object-oriented
LOGIC AND COMPUTATION: logics, AI, reasoning and deduction,
Preference will be given to candidates whose research interests fit
within the Department's current structure. One of the posts is
associated with the appointments of Professor Tom Maibaum and Dr
Kevin Lano whose work is in the application of sound mathematical
techniques in software engineering. Further details about the
Department and these posts can be found on the Department's
World Wide Web site http://www.dcs.kcl.ac.uk/.
The appointments will be made, depending on qualifications and
experience, on an appropriate point of the Lecturer A scale
from 19,372 pounds to 24,713 pounds, or the Lecturer B scale
from 25,655 pounds to 32,199 pounds, or the Senior Lecturer
scale from 33,697 pounds to 37,804 pounds per annum, all of which
include 2,134 pounds London Allowance per annum. Applicants
applying for the post at the Senior Lecturer level will be
expected to demonstrate a strong research record and significant
For an application form and further details please contact
Hillia Holland, School Personnel Officer, School of Physical
Sciences and Engineering, King's College London, Strand,
London WC2R 2LS; email Hillia.Holland at kcl.ac.uk. The closing
date is 7 December and interviews will be held mid January 2000.
Please quote reference A3/CCS/49/99.
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