|Title: Lectureship in Interactive Systems||Posted: April 18, 2016|
|Company/Institution: Lancaster University|
|Location: Lancaster, UK|
|Department: School of Computing and Communications |
Description: School of Computing and Communications
Salary: £33,574 to £46,414
Closing Date: Saturday 30 April 2016
The School of Computing & Communications at Lancaster University wishes to appoint a Lecturer in the Interactive Systems research group. We are looking for an individual who has outstanding competences in any area of relevance to interactive systems that is complementary to our existing portfolio. Areas of interest specifically include machine learning and/or computer vision for interactive systems, intelligent user interfaces, and data science for HCI.
Interactive Systems is a vibrant research field in the School in which we draw on multidisciplinary expertise to develop new knowledge and enabling technology for HCI. The group has strong roots in mobile and ubiquitous computing, long-standing experience in sensors and devices for interaction with the new landscapes of ‘computers’ in different sizes, shapes, contexts and embodiments, and new interests especially in human interaction with data and media at unprecedented scales.
In line with the School ethos, the lectureship requires excellence in research and teaching. You will be expected to help expand our research including securing research funding, and to deliver high-quality teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Application Instructions: Full details on the vacancy are available at
You are strongly encouraged to contact Professor Hans Gellersen to discuss research fields and to learn more about the Interactive Systems research group and the School’s research environment – email email@example.com