[DL] Lecturer position at University of Manchester
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Thu Dec 18 14:21:24 CET 2003
Lecturer in Semantic-Based Information Systems
Department of Computer Science
University of Manchester
The Department of Computer Science's Information Management Group at the
University of Manchester is seeking applications for a Lecturer in the
area of Semantic-based Information Systems and Applications. The group
has an international reputation in the technologies for the Semantic
Web, e-Science and the Grid, and their practical application to
scientific and business problems, in particular in bio-medicine.
Manchester is a world leader in these subject areas, and a pioneer in
the new hybrid research area, the Semantic Grid.
The successful applicant should have a background in knowledge, ontology
and metadata technologies and their practical deployment in
applications. They will be expected to open up new areas of opportunity
as well as actively contribute to the group's current extensive
programme of research in e-Science, the Grid and the Semantic Web.
Applicants for the post will be expected to have a good honours degree
and preferably a PhD in Computer Science or related area. They will also
possess a good research track record of publications and grant activity,
and preferably demonstrate experience in international collaboration.
Informal enquiries should be made to Professor Carole Goble (email:
carole at cs.man.ac.uk , tel: +44 161 275 6195). Further details on the
activities of the IMG are available from http://img.cs.man.ac.uk .
The appointment will be on the Lecturer scale £22,191 to £25,451 per
annum on Lecturer Grade A or up to £27,339 per annum on Lecturer Grade B
The following are available in pdf format:
Further particulars - ref 952/03
Application form - academic & related
Equal opportunities monitoring form
For further information on the University see http://www.man.ac.uk/
Application forms and further particulars are also available from the
Office of the Director of Personnel,
The University of Manchester,
Manchester M13 9PL.
Tel: +44 (0)161 275 2028; fax: +44 (0)161 275 2471; email:
personnel at man.ac.uk
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