|Location:||London, Work from home|
|Placed On:||22nd November 2022|
|Closes:||2nd January 2023|
About us UCL is one of the top-rated research institutions in the world, and currently the top recipient of Horizon 2020 funding in Europe. As of 2021, 30 Nobel Laureates and 3 Fields Medalists were UCL affiliates. At UCL Computer Science, we are committed to supporting and promoting equity, diversity and inclusion. We believe in inspiring, empowering and engaging people from all backgrounds, cultures, identities and abilities and creating fair opportunities for all our students and staff members. Equity, diversity, and inclusion is a central pillar of our department’s ethos, and we take active measures to promote the value of different identities, create an organisational culture that is respectful and inclusive, and recognise and remove barriers to opportunities so that everyone can thrive in our environment.
About the role The main purpose of this new role is to support the growth of the Computer Science Department and the Inverse Problems area through conducting research, teaching, outreach and entrepreneurial activities in areas related to Vision and Imaging Science. The applicant will have a PhD in Computer Science, Mathematics, Engineering, Physical Sciences or a related field by the start of the appointment. They will have an outstanding international reputation in inverse problems with an appropriate track record in publication and other dissemination activities, graduation of PhD students, and in attracting funding in competitive bids.
About you An appointment at Professor (grade 10) level will be determined by depth of experience and track record. You will show sustained and repeated contributions to the subject area or body of knowledge, and a sustained publication record, which demonstrates the potential to produce significant contributions to the discipline. All research outputs are available through Open Access wherever possible. You will demonstrate widespread connections across national and/or international subject community, including active collaborations/contact with leading figures in subject area; regular collegiate engagement with colleagues from distinct disciplines on cross-disciplinary issues; network of collaborators or advice-seekers in industry, health-care or policy organisations (or similar, depending on discipline context); contacts and networks both domestic and international. You are expected to demonstrate sustained excellence in all aspects of academic life. Y! ou will d emonstrate successful delivery of outstanding contributions to a subject area or body of knowledge, demonstrating both the ability to sustain your own research and to be successful against research competition in ways appropriate to the discipline. Your network and reach include key funders, government agencies, industry or other external agencies.
What we offer As well as the exciting opportunities this role presents we also offer some great benefits some of which are below: - 41 Days holiday (including 27 days annual leave 8 bank holiday and 6 closure days) - Hybrid Final Salary Pension Scheme Cycle to work scheme and season ticket loan On- - Site nursery - On-site gym Enhanced maternity, paternity and adoption pay - Employee assistance programme: Staff Support Service Discounted medical insurance
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