[FOM] University of Bath Prize Fellow - 21/5 deadline approaching

Alessio Guglielmi web.alessio.guglielmi at gmail.com
Thu May 10 05:11:13 EDT 2012


I would like to advertise the following positions 
at the University of Bath. In particular we are 
looking for applicants in the area `Software 
verification and correctness´.



Software verification and correctness

We aim to build on the existing strengths within 
the Mathematical Foundations group in the 
Department of Computer Science. The group 
comprises Prof Guy McCusker and Dr Jim Laird 
(semantics), Dr Alessio Guglielmi (proof theory), 
Dr John Power (category theory) and Prof James 
Davenport (computer algebra).

We seek to strengthen its activities via the 
appointment of a Prize Fellow in software 
verification & correctness, to be understood 
broadly, to complement existing expertise; it 
would also be desirable to strengthen connections 
with other groups in the department, particularly 
with Dr Marina De Vos and Dr Julian Padget in the 
Intelligent Systems group. The Fellow would be 
coming into a well-resourced, lively group that 
runs a weekly seminar series, which once a month 
is jointly held with Swansea's Proofs, Complexity 
and Verification seminar.

The Math Foundations group belongs to the Wessex 
Theory Seminar, comprising the Computer Science 
Departments of Bath, Oxford, Southampton, 
Cambridge, Imperial College, Queen Mary, Sussex 
and Swansea. The group has a good track record of 
nurturing early career researchers.

For informal inquiries contact Prof Guy McCusker: G.A.McCusker AT bath.ac.uk


Prize Fellow - Department of Computer Science
Salary:   Starting from £37,012, rising to £44,166
Closing Date:   Monday 21 May 2012
Interview Date:   See advert
Reference:  JK1000

To further enhance our academic base, we are 
making a strategic investment in recruiting 
University of Bath Prize Fellows across all 

This is an opportunity for outstanding 
post-doctoral researchers to develop their 
academic career in a supportive and 
well-resourced research environment.

In the Faculty of Science we will appoint a total 
of six Fellows to further strengthen and develop 
areas of existing research excellence.

In the Department of Computer Science we invite applications in the areas of:

* Machine Learning
* Software Verification and Correctness
* Modelling Behaviour Transmission
Details of these priority areas and the 
Faculty-wide appointment process can be found 

The Fellows will be expected to pursue an 
independent programme of research, including 
publishing in top quality journals and securing 
external research grants.

The initial appointment will be to a fixed-term 
Research Fellow post with the expectation of 
transfer to a permanent lectureship at the end of 
year two, or exceptionally at the end of year 

Applicants should upload a CV and a 2-page 
outline of their research plans over the next 3-5 
years, showing how these complement and enhance 
existing research within the relevant priority 

Interviews will take place on Friday 29th June or Monday 2nd July 2012.

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