Under new leadership, the Department of Computing is investing in its research and teaching capacity with a goal of making a substantial submission to the Computer Science and Informatics Unit of Assessment in REF 2020.
We have particular strengths in Networking and Security, Software Engineering, People and Technology, Smart Interactive Technologies, Data Analytics, and Technology Enhanced Learning. The Department supports interdisciplinary research, with staff collaborating in areas such as healthcare, games design, cultural heritage applications, IT and International Development and the Centre of Excellence in Terrorism, Resilience, Intelligence and Organized Crime Research (CENTRIC).
Now are looking for Lecturers/Senior Lecturers across computing and a Reader in Informatics and Security. These are exciting opportunities to make a contribution to both the department and/or CENTRIC.