[Comp-neuro] Computer science lecturerships at Bristol University.

Conor Houghton conor.houghton at bristol.ac.uk
Mon May 26 03:12:27 CEST 2014


The department of computer science at the University of Bristol is seeking
to appoint two lecturers or senior lecturers in computer science.

One is an open ended post and the other is a fixed term post for 3 years in
the first instance. Both posts are full time.

http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AIU651/lecturers-or-senior-lecturers-in-computer-science-2-posts/

These jobs are open across all areas of computer science; this includes
computational neuroscience. Computational neuroscience is listed in the job
advert as an established research interest of the department and, for
example, the department is involved in the Wellcome Trust Neural Dynamics
PhD program.  The University as a whole has a particular strength in
neuroscience, both basic and clinical, and, because of the Neural Dynamics
PhD program, the Elizabeth Blackwell Institute, the Centre for Decision
Making and the Bristol Center for Complexity Sciences there is a tradition
of interaction between experimental and computational neuroscientists.
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