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Subject:

3 paid PhD + teaching fellowships in Computer Science at Keele University

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Alastair Channon <[log in to unmask]>

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Alastair Channon <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 4 Jun 2009 16:39:19 +0100

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Dear Evolutionary Computing Community,

Keele University is seeking to appoint three teaching fellows who will 
register for PhDs in Computer Science (see advert text below).  Teaching 
Fellow activities will average 14 hours per week, leaving the rest of 
your time free to work on your PhD.  We would very much welcome 
applications from individuals with an interest in pursuing PhDs within 
Artificial Life, Computational Intelligence, Evolutionary and Adaptive 
Systems, Natural Computation or a related field.  Details of Keele's 
Computational Intelligence and Cognitive Science (CICS) group’s research 
can be found in the posts' further particulars (see below) and on our 
website at http://www.scm.keele.ac.uk/research/ci_and_cognitive_science/

To be eligible for one of the posts you will have (or expect to receive 
this summer) an undergraduate degree in Computer Science or a related 
subject (minimum 2:1 or equivalent) and an ability to teach and assess 
in Higher Education.  Please note that the closing date for applications 
is 16 June 2009: less than two weeks away!  Initially the posts are 
fixed term for four years, with a starting salary of £28,839 pro rata 
with the Teaching Fellow time (40%).  In addition PhD tuition fees will 
be waived at the Home/EU rate.

Keele University was founded in 1949 and is situated in a very
beautiful and spacious campus in the middle of England, in the county of
Staffordshire.  Keele places a high value on excellent research and we
support nationally and internationally competitive expertise throughout
the Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Health and Humanities.

Best wishes,
Alastair.

-- 
Dr Alastair Channon
Computational Intelligence and Cognitive Science Research Group
Programme Director: Computer Science (Single and Dual Honours),
Information Systems, Creative Computing and Smart Systems.
School of Computing and Mathematics, Keele University
Staffordshire, ST5 5BG, UK. www.scm.keele.ac.uk/staff/a_channon

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KEELE UNIVERSITY

FACULTY OF NATURAL SCIENCES

SCHOOL OF COMPUTING AND MATHEMATICS

TEACHING FELLOW IN COMPUTER SCIENCE (THREE POSTS)
With registation for a PhD (part-time)

FIXED TERM (FOUR YEARS)

Starting salary: Grade 6b £28,839 (pro-rata) 0.4FTE

We invite applications for three part-time (40%) teaching fellowships in 
Computer Science. Post holders will have the opportunity to register 
part-time for a Ph.D. Ph.D tuition fees will be waived by the University 
at the Home/EU rate. Teaching Fellow activities will average 14 hours 
per week but will be variable through the year, with a greater 
commitment expected during teaching weeks.

As a teaching fellow you will contribute to teaching and assessment 
activities across the undergraduate curriculum, including lectures, 
practical classes and tutorials.

You will have (or expect to have) a minimum 2:1 (or equivalent) 
undergraduate qualification in Computer Science or a related subject and 
an ability to teach and assess in Higher Education. The post requires 
strong organisation skills and excellent team working and communication 
skills.

Details of the Computing Research carried out in the School, within the 
Software Engineering and Computational Intelligence & Cognitive Science 
groups, are available on the School’s web page 
http://www.scm.keele.ac.uk/ and in the posts’ further particulars. 
Applicants with research interests in Empirical Software Engineering, 
Evolutionary Computing or Robotics/Intelligent Systems are particularly 
encouraged to apply.

Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Pearl Brereton 
([log in to unmask]) or through the School Office (Tel: 01782 
733075)

Please quote post reference: OR09/12

Closing date for applications: 16 June 2009

Promoting Equality. Valuing Diversity.

Further Particulars, application information and form:
http://www.keele.ac.uk/depts/uso/hr/Furthpart/OR09-12.doc
http://www.keele.ac.uk/depts/uso/hr/Furthpart/Living%20and%20Working%20at%20Keele.doc
http://www.keele.ac.uk/depts/uso/hr/Furthpart/Electronic%20Application_Form-1.doc

Interviews will take place on: 14 July 2009

Please note: when completing the application form you should give an 
outline of your intended research area in the “Supporting Statement”.

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