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AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Research Associate/Fellow in Intelligent Modelling & Analysis, U of Nottingham


Research Associate/Fellow in Intelligent Modelling & Analysis

Reference : SCI530X3
Closing Date : 09 October 2009

This post will be offered on a fixed-term contract for a period of three years.

The researcher will work closely with Prof Aickelin on some of the projects he is currently engaged on. There is flexibility in the exact research to be undertaken, as long as it is within the scope of Prof Aickelin's advanced fellowship.

More information about the Prof Aickelin's fellowship project can be found at http://ima.ac.uk/aickelin

Candidates should hold, or be close to completion of, a PhD (or equivalent) in a relevant subject. Salary, depending on qualifications and experience, will be within the range:

Research Associate scale: 24,152  26,391 per annum.
Research Fellow scale: 27,183 - 35,469 per annum.

You can access the online application form here: http://jobs.nottingham.ac.uk/vacancies.aspx?cat=160#j6098

If you have any specific questions about the vacancy, please email uwe.aickelin@nottingham.ac.uk

Best wishes, Uwe Aickelin