Again, on behalf of Yvonne Lawrie and colleagues at Edinburgh Napier University...
Dear UTSG member
A position has become available for a Lecturer or an Associate Professor in Transport Engineering at TRI, within the School of Engineering and the Built Environment .
Our School of Engineering & the Built Environment has a long history of innovative applied research, working with both industry specialists and the government on cutting edge projects that are internationally renowned and world leading. This is a fantastic opportunity if you are looking for career progression from lecturer to associate professor or you are currently at associate professor level and looking for a new exciting challenge. You will have the opportunity to work overseas contributing to the international academic reputation of Edinburgh Napier University.
See link below for more details and how to apply:
The closing date is 22nd October.
Bryan Matthews CMCILT
Senior Research Fellow
Institute for Transport Studies and Centre for Disability Studies
University of Leeds
Tel: +44 113 3435341
Please note, my normal working days are Mon-Thurs
Recent Articles and Presentations
Matthews B (2016) Mobility Benefits and the Benefits of Mobility: What can welfare economics tell us about the economics of welfare? Presented at the Lancaster Disability Studies Conference, Lancaster, September 2016.
Matthews B (2015) Sharing Some Thoughts on Shared Space and the Equality Act, PTRC Training News, available at:
Edwards SJ, Partington D, Matthews B, and Blythe P (2015) Technology to support independent travel in the UK, MUNICIPAL ENGINEER (PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS) V168 pp140-149
Szczerbinska-Speakman K, Matthews B (2014) Retrofitting an accessible highway: a user-led approach, MUNICIPAL ENGINEER (PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS) V167 pp207-213.