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Lecturer in Computer Science – 14537

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< img src=" "class=" ff-og-image-inserted" > The Department of Computer Science at Brunel University London is seeking to hire a Lecturer in Computer Science who can add to mentor and research study within our successful and helpful department. The Department of Computer Science just recently renewed its Athena Swan Bronze award and is keen to additional boost the percentage of women in the department.

Brunel’s Computer Science department provides undergraduate programmes in Computer Science and Business Computing and postgraduate taught programs in Artificial Intelligence, Data Science & & Analytics and Digital Service (UX) Design. Successful candidates will play a considerable role in the shipment of mentor across one or more of these programs and provide specialist support for final-year projects and/or masters dissertations. The department welcomes applicants with teaching knowledge relevant to any area of our program curricula and especially motivates applicants with the capability to contribute towards mentor in cybersecurity.

Research in Computer Science at Brunel is internationally recognised, Our research study is ranked 3rd by discipline in the UK by efficiency ranking of scientific papers and 1st for average citations and H-index (NTU, 2020). Our department has particular strengths within the following research areas:

  • Computing Methodologies (Intelligent data analysis, AI, simulation and modelling)
  • Human Centred Computing (HCI and interactive multimedia systems)
  • Software Engineering
  • Computational Biology

The effective appointee will have the prospective to contribute high quality research study that improves a minimum of one of above department research study areas, through journal publication, research income generation and engagement with stakeholders. For among our readily available functions the department particularly welcomes candidates who can contribute to more structure our strengths in Computational Biology, including Bioinformatics, Computational Systems Biology and/or Computational Synthetic Biology.

The department strongly supports interdisciplinarity and a number of university-wide research study centres supply interesting chances to work collaboratively on essential societal challenges. Computer technology staff will also benefit from co-location with the university’s new Artificial Intelligence Living Lab which is being established to supply world class centers, combining computer scientists, health scientists, social researchers and engineers.

Working at Brunel offers the following benefits:

  • Campus environment in west London, near to Heathrow airport and major transport hubs, with onsite health and fitness facilities, stores, cafes and hotel.
  • Decreased mentor load for probationary personnel throughout the first 2 years of visit with support to develop mentor and research abilities.
  • 30 days of yearly leave plus public holidays and university closure dates (presently 12 days extra discretionary days in overall).
  • Household friendly policies.
  • Benefits program including awards for quality and access to a range of discount rates.

Informal queries regarding this post needs to be made to the Head of Computer Science, Professor Kate Hone by email to!.?.! [email protected]!.?.! Closing date forapplications: 12 th June 2022 For more details and to apply please see It is prepared for that interviews will be hung on 4 th & 5 th July. Brunel University London is completely dedicated tocreating and sustaining a completely inclusive labor force culture. We support flexible working. We welcome candidates from all backgrounds and& communities, we especially welcome candidates who are presently under -represented in our workforce. Click Here to Apply For The Job



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