Dear colleagues,

 There are multiple openings in Computer Science at Queen's University
Belfast, Belfast, United Kingdom, at the levels of   *Lecturer/Senior
Lecturer/Reader *(equivalent to Assistant Professor to Associate Professor)
in the areas (clusters) of  High Performance and Distributed Computing
(HPDC), Knowledge and Data Engineering (KDE), or Speech,Image & Vision
Systems (SIVS).

 I would encourage outstanding candidates in the areas of distributed
computing and algorithms to apply. The department is rapidly growing along
with the rapidly growing technology sector of Belfast.

The closing date for applying in January 3rd, 2014 and interviews are
expected on January 31st, 2014.

More details and application at:

Queen's University's School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and
Computer Science (SEEECS) is among the top universities in the UK for
these disciplines for both research and teaching.  As a result, the
School currently attracts staff and students from over 70 countries
worldwide. Queen's EEECS is a member of the Power Academy, comprising
the top 7 UK universities for Electric Power Engineering. The School
is also the location of the  £30m Centre for Secure Information
Technologies (CSIT), which is the UK Centre of Excellence for research
in this area. The School's research is well supported by research
grants from the EU, UK Research Councils and local government. Queen's
is one of the most exceptional universities in the UK.  It is a member
of the *Russell Group,* a select band of the top 24 research-intensive
academic institutions, which includes universities such as Oxford and
Cambridge.  As the 9th oldest university in the UK, Queen’s proud
academic tradition and influence far transcend its geographical


Amitabh Trehan


Dr. Amitabh Trehan
Lecturer (Asst. Professor)

 Tel:+44 (0)28 9097 5494

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 What you can do, or dream you can do, begin it;
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