|Salary:||£37,505 to £40,766 per annum|
|Placed On:||12th March 2020|
|Closes:||12th April 2020|
Located in a modern £300M campus in the heart of Birmingham, the School of Computing and Digital Technology is a thriving, vibrant, and inspiring learning community committed to excellence in research, high quality teaching and impactful industrial engagement. Building on continuous success in student growth and in sustained advancement of research activities, the school has embarked on a programme of extensive expansion funded by substantial long-term investments.
Our growing teams are teaching, exploring and practising in some of the most exciting areas in the field of computing and the processing of digital media. Our research groups include the DMT Lab (who specialise in research around augmented/virtual reality systems, accessibility and assistive technology, multimodal interfaces, future networks, and audio/music information retrieval); data science and big data analytics, and cybersecurity and digital forensics.
We are a practice-based school, making our teaching and research relevant to the evolving market for computer skills by partnering with local and global enterprise in areas such as smart cities, medical applications, the media production industry, and IoT applications. We work in a collaborative and cross disciplinary culture, where interacting freely across the school and with colleagues is encouraged to gain a unique insight into impactful problem domains.
We invite applications to join our integrated teaching and research teams in the DMT centre. For this role we are particularly seeking applicants who bring skills in Broadcast Systems, Communication Systems and Telecommunications applied to broadcast including signal processing, transmission and compression formats.
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For an informal discussion of the post, please contact Dr Ian Williams on +44 (0)1213315458.
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