|Salary:||£36,386 to £51,805 per annum, Grade F|
|Placed On:||9th January 2023|
|Closes:||5th February 2023|
De Montfort University (DMU) is a vibrant, ambitious institution. Characterised by strong leadership and an international outlook, DMU achieved a TEF Gold ranking for its teaching quality and prestigious awards for its #DMUGlobal initiative. This is testament to an ongoing focus on teaching and learning, a research portfolio that is worth millions of pounds and enviable links with the industry. Located within Leicester’s cosmopolitan city centre DMU’s £136 million campus transformation is creating the modern, inspiring environments our students and staff deserve.
Faculty / Directorate
The School of Computer Science and Informatics is based within the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Media. It offers a wide range of courses to other undergraduates and postgraduates in line with emergent demand and the nature of these fast-moving, competitive disciplines. We have a solid track record of ground-breaking research, and in REF2021, nearly 2/3 of the School’s research was considered to be world-leading or internationally excellent. Computer Science at DMU is ranked 151-200 worldwide in the Shanghai Ranking and 201-250 in the THES World University Rankings due to the international nature and high relevance of its research. Alongside the university as a whole, we have huge ambitions for the future in terms of our offering to students and the quality and scale of our research.
The Institute of Artificial Intelligence (IAI) is concerned with one of the three research strands of the School and has contributed some of the most cited publications for the REF2021. The IAI has a strong track record in computational intelligence, data science and its applications to transportation, vision, medicine and game AI. The institute is a world pioneer in fuzzy sets, grey systems, and evolutionary computing.
Excellent teaching is at the heart of our commitment to professional, creative and vocational education. Our passionate and enthusiastic lecturers have earned 18 National Teaching Fellowships, making DMU one of the top universities in the UK on this measure of teaching excellence. It is our goal to become the leading provider of professional and creative education with research that pushes boundaries and improves lives. We wish to attract more talented, professional and creative academics to our campus.
Applicants will be expected to teach modules on courses in the Artificial Intelligence and Games areas. You will be expected to lead, develop and redesign modules to update as required. Your research is expected to contribute to the Institute for Artificial Intelligence (IAI).
The ideal candidate will hold a MSc or higher degree in Computer Science or related discipline. The candidate will have experience of teaching in a computing subject at the higher education level. They will have the ability to work within a team and on their own initiative.
To discuss teaching aspects of the role, please get in touch with Mrs Joanne Bacon, Subject Group Leader for Games, Maths, and Intelligent Systems on firstname.lastname@example.org.
For research, please contact Prof Daniela Romano, Director of the IA on email@example.com.
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