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AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Lectureship in theoretical computer science, Bristol (U.K.)


The University of Bristol would like to appoint a talented individual to join the Department of 
Computer Science. We are interested in outstanding candidates for appointment as Lecturer 
(Assistant Professor) in Computer Science whose research interests lie in the areas of Algorithms 
and Theoretical Computer Science ("Track A").

You will have an excellent track record of publications in international conferences and journals 
including, for example, ICALP/SODA/STOC/FOCS. You will also be willing to engage in teaching at 
both undergraduate and Masters levels.

This post is offered initially on a 4 year fixed term basis. However, the Faculty will undertake 
to review the status of the appointment near the end of the initial term and look to offer an 
open-ended contract where possible.

Informal enquiries can be made to Dr Raphael Clifford +44 117 331 5147, email 
Raphael.Clifford@bristol.ac.uk  or Dr Neill Campbell Neill.Campbell@bristol.ac.uk 0117 954 5151.

More details are available by following the link in the News section of 
http://www.cs.bris.ac.uk/Research/Algorithms/ .