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Professor in Operational Research and Computer Science

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  • Uwe Aickelin
    Professor in Operational Research and Computer Science University of Nottingham - School of Computer Science Salary will be within the Professorial range,
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 12, 2012
      Professor in Operational Research and Computer Science
      University of Nottingham - School of Computer Science

      Salary will be within the Professorial range, minimum £55,908 per annum
      depending on skills and experience.

      This is an exciting opportunity to play a key role in the £13m LANCS
      initiative which brings together four British universities - Cardiff,
      Lancaster, Nottingham and Southampton Universities - to develop
      world-leading research and teaching in the field of Operational Research

      The LANCS initiative, supported by a Science and Innovation Award from
      the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council UK (EPSRC), will
      bring about a significant expansion of the national research base in OR
      and will build significant new research capacity to ensure that UK
      industry competes effectively in the global market.

      An outstanding candidate is required to drive forward Nottingham's
      contribution to the LANCS initiative working in the Automated Scheduling
      Planning and Optimisation (ASAP) Research Group. The successful
      candidate will play a key role in the consortium and will be expected to
      lead the initiative's international scientific outreach and industrial
      co-ordination programmes.

      After the completion of the grant the successful applicant will continue
      this leadership role at the interface between Operational Research and
      Computer Science.

      Candidates should have a proven record of publications in high quality
      international academic journals. A history of successful winning of
      significant research funding is also essential.

      The successful candidate will be expected to undertake a research
      leadership role, both within the School and also as part of major
      University-wide initiatives. The candidate will also contribute to the
      development of teaching and learning within the School.

      Informal enquiries regarding LANCS may be addressed to Professor S
      Petrovic, tel: +44 (0)115 9514222 or Email:
      sanja.petrovic@.... Other informal enquiries may be
      addressed to Professor U Aickelin, tel +44 (0)115 9514215 or Email
      uwe.aickelin@.... Please note applications sent directly to
      these email addresses will not be accepted. Further information about
      the School of Computer Science is available at:

      For more details and/or to apply on-line please access:
      http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/Jobs/CurrentVacancies/ref/JK08561. If you
      are unable to apply on-line please contact the Human Resources
      Department, tel: 0115 951 5206.

      Please quote ref. JK08561.

      This post will close on Monday 6 August 2012.

      For all our vacancies and more about working at the University of
      Nottingham see: http://jobs.nottingham.ac.uk/.

      Provisional interview date 22 and 23 October 2012
      Professor Uwe Aickelin
      School of Computer Science - Intelligent Modelling & Analysis (IMA)
      The University of Nottingham, Jubilee Campus,
      Nottingham, NG8 1BB, UK.

      Phone: +44 (0)115 95 14215
      Email: uwe.aickelin@...
      web: http://ima.ac.uk/aickelin

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