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Department of Computer Science

Professor of Computing

The Department of Computer Science is seeking to appoint a leading researcher as Professor of Computing. The appointment will be expected to have strong and complementary relevance to at least one of the current main research areas of the Department.

The Department is research led, multi-disciplinary and has internationally renowned research. Three main research areas are: Human Computer Interaction, Mathematical Logic & Symbolic Computation and Media Technology.  Interdisciplinary research interests lie in the broad areas of agents and artificial intelligence.

Applicants should show evidence of a world-class research record with a strong track record of leading publications and significant levels of research funding in an area that will reinforce the existing strengths of the Department.

The person appointed will be required to contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in Computer science.

Salary will be determined in the light of the experience and achievements of the successful candidate.

Informal enquiries to Professor P. Johnson, Head of Department, (email:[log in to unmask]; (PA to Head of Dept) Tel +44(0)1225 383214, Fax +44(0)1225 383493). 

More information about the Department can be found at:

Further particulars are available from the Department of Human Resources, University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath BA2 7AY, England (tel: +44 (0)1225 386026; [log in to unmask]) or phone the 24-hour answerphone service on +44 (0)1225 386924, textphone +44 (0)1225 386039, quoting reference: 05/291.
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Closing date for applications:  Friday 23rd September 2005

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