Five Lectureships at King's College London

Five Lectureships at King's College London

Department Of Computer Science 
School Of Physical Science And Engineering 

As part of a major new initiative, the Department of Computer Science
is seeking to fill FIVE new lectureships.

Candidates who are able to show a strong research orientation and a
commitment to teaching are invited to apply for these positions.

The Department currently has four strong research groups: 

     Algorithm Design: design, analysis and engineering of algorithms
in a variety of combinatorical settings including bioinformatics,
musicology and operations research.

     Software Engineering: including analysis of programming
languages, object-orientated notations and tools, semantics,
specifications, logic, artificial intelligence.Applications within
legal-reasoning, business processing, e-commerce.

     Logic and Computation: logics, artificial intelligence, reasoning
and deduction, proof systems.

     Natural Language Processing: logical foundations of computational
semantics, computational syntax and grammar development, dialogue
interpretations and management systems.

The appointments will be made on an appropriate point of either the
Lecturer A scale (currently  19,585 to  26,327 per annum) or
Lecturer B scale (currently  27,337 to  34,349 per annum), which
includes  2,134 London Allowance.

For an applicaton form and further details, please contact Ebony
Kenton, Personnel Department, King?s College London, Strand, London
WC2R 2LS or email ebony.kenton@kcl.ac.uk quoting reference

The closing date for receipt of applications is 31 January 2002. 

For further information please contact Professor Tom Maibaum by email
only at tom@dcs.kcl.ac.uk

Equality of opportunity is College policy 

David Clark, room 9DA, Department of Computer Science, 
King's College London, The Strand, London, WC2R 2LS, UK. 
ph: +44 20 7848 2472