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Research vacancies at UCL

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Benjamin Heydecker <[log in to unmask]>

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Benjamin Heydecker <[log in to unmask]>

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Sun, 14 Jun 2009 23:25:28 +0100

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RESEARCH VACANCIES NOW AVAILABLE AT UCL


05/06/2009


Applications are invited for seven new research posts funded by the 
EPSRC, GLA ECONOMICS and JISC.


Vacancies attached to the research projects listed below are 
currently available. Further information on each of the posts, 
including full job description and person specification, is available 
in PDF format.


Ref CASA/09/06/SCALE1
*RESEARCH ASSOCIATE: SCALE PROJECT
*This post is based in CASA and focusses on land use transportation 
models. Programming expertise is required.
Download full information pack 
<http://www.casa.ucl.ac.uk/jobs/0906/CASA-09-06-SCALE1.pdf>. Appendix 
1 (Word Doc) <http://www.casa.ucl.ac.uk/jobs/0906/CASA0906SCALE1_EO.doc>


Ref CASA/09/06/SCALE2
*RESEARCH ASSOCIATE: SCALE PROJECT
*This post is based in UCL Centre for Transport Studies and focusses 
on dynamic spatial interaction and transport flow models. Programming 
expertise is required.
Download full information pack 
<http://www.casa.ucl.ac.uk/jobs/0906/CASA-09-06-SCALE2.pdf>. Appendix 
1 (Word Doc) <http://www.casa.ucl.ac.uk/jobs/0906/CASA0906SCALE2_EO.doc>


Ref CASA/09/06/SCALE3
*PhD STUDENTSHIP: SCALE PROJECT
*A 3-year fully funded EPSRC PhD studentship on network science in 
transport is available commencing 1st September 2009.
Download full information pack 
<http://www.casa.ucl.ac.uk/jobs/0906/CASA-09-06-SCALE3.pdf>.


Ref CASA/09/06/TOTEM1
*RESEARCH ASSOCIATE: TOTeM Project
*Candidates should have a background in computer science, 
human-computer interaction, interaction design or similar 
disciplines. Experience in RFID technologies, social computing, user 
experience, and knowledge of serverside and clientside programming is 
advantageous.
Download full information pack 
<http://www.casa.ucl.ac.uk/jobs/0906/CASA-09-06-TOTEM1.pdf>. Appendix 
1 (Word Doc) <http://www.casa.ucl.ac.uk/jobs/0906/CASA0906TOTEM1_EO.doc>


Ref CASA/09/06/TOTEM2
*RESEARCH TECHNICIAN: TOTeM Project
*Candidates should have a background in computer science, 
human-computer interaction, interaction design or similar 
disciplines. Experience in RFID technologies, social computing, user 
experience, and knowledge of serverside and clientside programming is 
advantageous.
Download full information pack 
<http://www.casa.ucl.ac.uk/jobs/0906/CASA-09-06-TOTEM2.pdf>. Appendix 
1 (Word Doc) <http://www.casa.ucl.ac.uk/jobs/0906/CASA0906TOTEM2_EO.doc>


Ref CASA/09/06/JISC
*RESEARCH ASSOCIATE: National e-Infrastructure for Social Simulation Project
*The successful candidate will primarily be involved with programming 
the various technologies to achieve the aims of the project and 
therefore substantial knowledge and programming experience is required.
Download full information pack 
<http://www.casa.ucl.ac.uk/jobs/0906/CASA-09-06-JISC..pdf>. Appendix 
1 (Word Doc) <http://www.casa.ucl.ac.uk/jobs/0906/CASA0906JISC_EO.doc>


Ref CASA/09/06/GLA
*GLA ECONOMICS RESEARCH FELLOW IN URBAN SYSTEMS
*We are seeking a person to further develop our work in GIS and 
databases for land use-transport modelling which currently is 
focussed on an integrated assessment of climate change for Greater 
London and the Thames Gateway as part of the Tyndall Centre's Cities Theme.
Download full information pack 
<http://www.casa.ucl.ac.uk/jobs/0906/CASA-09-06-GLA.pdf>. Appendix 1 
(Word Doc) <http://www.casa.ucl.ac.uk/jobs/0906/CASA0906?GLA_EO.doc>


*How to Apply


*To be considered for these positions, please submit the following 
documents by the closing date which is *Tuesday 7th July 2009* for 
all positions:


    * a letter of application outlining your suitability to this post
      and your reasons for applying.
    * a CV listing education history (institution name, start and end
      dates of courses, qualification gained), details of membership of
      any professional organisations, details of current or most recent
      employer (name and address of current organisation, job title,
      salary and duties), details of previous employment and how your
      knowledge, skills, and abilities meet the job requirements, plus
      the names and addresses of two referees one of whom should be your
      most recent employer.
    * if relevant and possible, a sample of your work, in the form of
      papers, or related material which indicates your expertise and
      previous projects
    * In addition, UCL requires applicants applying with a CV to provide
      standardised monitoring information; please complete and return
      the last 3 pages of this document (or to obtain this form in Word
      format, please click the *Appendix 1 link next to the advert you
      are interested in*)



Please email applications to [log in to unmask] clearly stating the 
post reference number in the subject line.


___________________________________________________________________________

Benjamin Heydecker
Professor of Transport Studies
Centre for Transport Studies
University College London
Gower Street
LONDON  WC1E 6BT
England

Phone:    020-7679 1553
Fax:      020-7679 1567

e-mail:   [log in to unmask] 


www.cts.ucl.ac.uk

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