Lectureships in Statistical Inference & Multi-Modal Interaction
The Department of Computing Science of the University of Glasgow invites applications for three Lectureships in Statistical Inference, Multi-Modal Interaction, and Formal Methods. The post in Statistical Inference will be of particular interest to candidates with strong track records and interests in Bayesian methodology and Statistical Machine Learning.
[A Lectureship is roughly equivalent to a US Assistant Professor]
University of Glasgow
Faculty of Information and Mathematical Sciences Department of Computing Science
3 Lecturer Posts
Salary: £31,513-£35,469 (grade 7)/£38,757 – £44,930 (grade 8)
Computing Science at Glasgow was rated as one of the top 10 departments for research in the UK in the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise. For further information about the Department’s research strengths see http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/research/ and for more information about SICSA see http://www.sicsa.ac.uk/. The Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA) aims to create a world-leading Computer Science research community across the universities in Scotland. As part of this initiative, the Department of Computing Science is seeking to appoint three lecturers to undertake research and to develop and teach undergraduate or postgraduate courses within the following areas:
Inference, covering statistical inferential methodology, computational statistics and statistical machine learning. We would welcome applicants working in the area of Bayesian Inference, especially those whose research focus is on probabilistic modelling and inferential methodology applied to themes in Multimodal Interaction and Modelling & Abstraction.
Ref: 00023-1 Informal enquiries can be directed to Professor Mark Girolami,
email: girolami (a) dcs.gla.ac.uk; tel: 0141 330 1623, www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/inference
Multimodal Interaction, in particular applicants whose research focus is on the application of machine-learning or inference in context evaluation, location-aware, gestural interaction or information retrieval settings of interaction design.
Ref: 00022-2 Informal enquiries can be directed to Professor Stephen Brewster
email: stephen (at) dcs.gla.ac.uk; tel: 0141 330 4966
Formal modelling, theory and analysis, in particular applicants working in the areas of theory and practice of formal modelling, automated analysis and reasoning, complex and concurrent systems, model checking or type theory.
Ref: 00021-1 Informal enquiries can be directed to Professor Muffy Calder,
email: muffy (at) dcs.gla.ac.uk; tel: 0141 330 4969
The posts are available at either grade 7 or grade 8 depending upon knowledge/qualifications and experience. For an application pack, please see our website at www.gla.ac.uk/jobs/vacancies.
Applications should be submitted to the Human Resources Department (Recruitment Section), University of Glasgow, G12 8QQ, not later than 17 April 2009.