Jobs: 3 faculty positions in Digital Living and Social Computing at Northumbria University

Full Professor and 2 Lectureships
Department of Computer and Information Sciences / Faculty of Engineering and Environment
Northumbria University, Newcastle

Deadlines: November 26 and 23, 2016

Northumbria University has recently invested strongly in multi-disciplinary areas allied to digital living, interaction design and social computing with a number of senior, cross faculty, appointments in this area in the last 12 months.

Currently, we are currently seeking to appoint to THREE new posts in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences: a Full / Associate Professor and two new Senior Lecturers / Lecturers. Details of the posts can be found here:

http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AVB914/professor-associate-professor-in-computer-and-information-sciences/ (for the Professor)

and here:

http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AVB164/senior-lecturer-lecturer-in-computer-and-information-sciences-2-x-posts/ (for the lectureships).

The three posts are open to applications from candidates with expertise in any area relevant to the Department’s activities including Digital Living and Social Computing. Digital Living is a cross-disciplinary research theme at the University led by Professor David Kirk, whilst the newly formed Northumbria Social Computing lab is led by Professor Shaun Lawson.

Applicants with research backgrounds in interaction design, urban informatics, social computing, CSCW, and other relevant areas within HCI and web science are therefore encouraged to apply.

For specific enquiries about fit to Digital Living, Social Computing, or related areas please contact either David Kirk (david.kirk@northumbria.ac.uk) or Shaun Lawson (shaun.lawson@northumbria.ac.uk). For enquiries relating to the posts generally please contact Graham Sexton, Head of Department, g.sexton@northumbria.ac.uk.

Note that deadlines for both posts are tight – 26th Nov 2016 for the Professor and 23rd Nov 2016 for the lecturer posts.

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