Saturday, April 21, 2018

[DMANET] Faculty Openings at Loughborough Computer Science: Professor in Theoretical CS, Asst. Professor in Networks

Department of Computer Science, Loughborough University is recruiting for
the following:

*1. Professor in Theoretical Computer Science (Deadline: 25th May, 2018)*

* For detals and application, please see
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*2. Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Networks (Deadline: 10th May, 2018)*

* For detals and application, please see

*Further Details:*

*1. Professor in Theoretical Computer Science *

Loughborough University's School of Science is looking to appoint a
Professor in Theoretical Computer Science to support, and provide
supportive leadership to research, teaching and enterprise across the
School of Science.

Computer Science research at Loughborough is spread across three research
themes. This appointment will work within our Theoretical Computer Science
theme, including algorithms, coding theory, combinatorics on words,
cryptography, database theory, decidability, distributed computing, formal
languages and automatatheory, game theory, graph theory, (algorithmic)
learning theory, mathematicallogic, scheduling.

This is an exciting time for the School of Science as we look to recruit to
this role. The School is passionate about driving its success to new
heights and look for exciting candidates to help us do that

*2. Lecturer in Computer Science (Networks): *

The Department of Computer Science is part of the School of Science at Loughborough. The Department is looking
to expand its strengths in the areas of *networking, internet, cloud
computing and cybersecurity.* Successful candidates will be able to work
alongside existing researchers in these areas at Loughborough and will
contribute to the learning and teaching of computer science and support
Loughborough's already established excellent student experience.

Candidates should possess a degree in Computer Science, have an emerging
track record of outstanding research with impact and the potential to
attract external funding. They will initiate and participate in
collaborative activity with School members and across the University.

The appointment will be on a full-time, open-ended contract, commencing as
soon as possible.

For informal discussions about this role please contact Dr Iain Phillips,
Acting Head of Computer Science and Director of Academic Staffing for the
School of Science,

What you can do, or dream you can do, begin it;
Boldness has genius, power and magic in it.
-- John Anster, from a "very free translation" of Goethe's *Faust*

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