Applicants are welcome in any area of Computational Intelligence
(including computational/theoretical neuroscience, neural networks,
evolutionary computation, machine learning etc) to ‘Lecturer in Computing Science‘ post, University of Stirling, Scotland, U.K.

Salary £36,533 – £43,622 p.a.
As a part of the Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA), a lectureship is available in Computing Science for candidates with research interests in Computational Intelligence (to fit within the Modelling and Abstraction theme of SICSA). Full details of the post can be found at:
This post is suitable for someone with a PhD in a relevant discipline,
plus some postdoctoral experience and a good publication record. The
lecturer will be expected to actively contribute to research and will
be ably to apply for research funding in their own right, from the
U.K. research councils and elsewhere. Interaction with related groups
in the other universities in Scotland will be actively encouraged.
Further details of the Department of Computing Science & Mathematics
at the university of Stirling can be found at:
and the Computational Intelligence research group at:
Further details of SICSA can be found at:
Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Leslie S. Smith at
l.s.smith(at)cs(dot)stir(dot)ac(dot)uk (please quote reference number 15911/6812)
Closing date for applications is Monday 28th September, 2009.
The lecturer will hopefully be in post before 1st April, 2010.

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