Wednesday, March 2, 2016

[DMANET] Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor positions in Data Science (University of Warwick)

Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor positions in Data
Science at the University of Warwick

Three academic positions at the University of Warwick connected with the
Alan Turing Institute (all levels)

Departments: Computer Science, Statistics, and Mathematics (joint
appointments would be considered)

Three enthusiastic individuals are sought to be part of the Warwick
involvement in the newly created Alan Turing Institute (ATI;, of which Warwick is a founding partner (with
Cambridge, Edinburgh, Oxford and UCL).

You will have expertise regarding the current issues in data science and
the drive to address them at a fundamental level while being part of a
collaborative team from researchers across the mathematical sciences at
Warwick and more widely within the ATI. Applicants for senior positions
will have an excellent publication record and proven ability to secure
research funding.

This is an opportunity to join one or more of the world's most prominent
and most research-active departments in the Mathematical Sciences and to
be part of the Alan Turing Institute (ATI). The ATI is the new data
science institute, with a mission to undertake world-leading data
science research at the intersection of computer science, mathematics,
statistics and systems engineering, and to act as a magnet for leaders
in academia and industry from around the world to engage with the UK in
data science and its applications.

Informal enquires can be addressed to:
Professor Stephen Jarvis (, Computer Science,
or to any senior member of the Warwick departments involved.

Closing date: 25 March 2016.

Applicants are asked to include a research statement which outlines how
their research (past and future) fits with the ATI mission and research
at Warwick. Applicants at Assistant/Associate levels should ensure that
their referees send a letter of reference by 25 March to

More details and links to the application forms:

Further information about the University of Warwick:

Further information about the Alan Turing Institute:

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