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Darek Kowalski <[log in to unmask]>
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Darek Kowalski <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 21 Dec 2012 21:00:16 +0000
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University of Liverpool

The School of Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Computer Science

Appointments to various academic grades depending on research experience and vision

Salary: Various

Closing Date: 1st February 2013

The School brings together the disciplines of Computer Science and 
Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Since the formation of the School, 
posts have been created to develop new research activities as well as 
supporting existing core and interdisciplinary activities. There is a need 
to continue with our investment to strengthen and broaden our research 
activities in order to take full advantage of the developing research 
horizon. Therefore, we welcome applications from ambitious academics from 
all academic grades who would like to make significant contribution to the 
School and to play a major role in leading and shaping the research 
direction and who can make a contribution to the existing research 

The School has existing research themes in the following areas: 
Multi-Agent Systems; Complexity Theory and Algorithms; Logic and 
Computation; Economics and Computation; Sensors, Diagnostics and 
Biomedical devices; Information and communications, and Energy Technology. 
There are also interdisciplinary research themes across the University to 
which the School is making a contribution (e.g. Computational Biology, 
Autonomous Systems, molecular electronics, risk and uncertainty, energy 

Recruitment is not restricted to existing research themes and candidates 
within the Computer Science and Electrical and Electronic Engineering 
research disciplines are welcome and encouraged to apply. The emphasis 
will be on selecting candidates who can demonstrate their existing 
research quality and who wish to develop it further and on candidates 
early on in their careers but who can demonstrate research potential.

The information on how to apply are available at


(for professorial chairs)



(for lecturers, senior lecturers, readers - corresponding to assistant and 
associate professors).

Informal enquiries can be made to Professor J W Spencer, Head of School, 
by telephone 0151 794 4524 or email [log in to unmask], or to
Professor L Gasieniec, Head of Department of Computer Science, by 
telephone +44 151 7954290, or email [log in to unmask]

Informal enquires concerning the research areas below should be directed to:

- Algorithms, distributed computing, networks and systems: Dr Darek 
Kowalski, email [log in to unmask]

- Economics and Computation, game theory: Dr Piotr Krysta, email 
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