- Employer University of Manchester
Lecturer in Nano Engineering / Computer Engineering
School of Computer Science
Closing date: 07/01/2011
The School of Computer Science wishes to appoint a Lecturer to work at the interface between its world leading nanotechnology and computer engineering research activities. The Nano Engineering and Storage Technologies Group has research interests in nano fabrication for data storage and advanced sensors applications. This post stems from the collaboration of the group with by Andre Geim and Kostya Novoselov who discovered graphene, and who have just been awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics. An illustrative example of the type of activity envisaged would be the use of Graphene in smart sensors or sensor networks, where both Graphene sensors and information processing are involved.
Applicants should be educated to PhD level, have a good publication record appropriate to their experience, and show evidence of being able to develop a portfolio of research activities in a multidisciplinary environment. New lecturers will be supported in their academic development in both teaching and research, through participation in our internationally recognised research groups and staff development activities.
Information about the School of Computer Science can be found at http://www.manchester.ac.uk/cs.
Salary – £32,620 – £35,646 p.a. / £36,715 – £45,155 p.a.
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