Senior Research Associate Salary Range, Grade 9, £41,526 - £52,559
The Department of Computer Science and Technology (also known as the Computer Laboratory) is an academic department within the University of Cambridge that encompasses Computer Science, along with many aspects of Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
With the recent generous donation to the Department from a major philanthropic donor for 'Advancing AI in Scientific Research', there is an exciting opportunity for researchers to develop their own independent research in Machine Learning or Data Science with application to science subjects over the course of a five year Research Fellowship.
The department will be building a cohort of DECAFs to continue its own growth in research in Machine Learning and Data Science, and to increase its uptake in other scientific disciplines across the University. Fellows will enhance their research leadership and teaching skills via project supervision and small group teaching.
The five-year appointment will allow fellows to apply for research funding as a Principal Investigator, supervise PhDs and collaborate with industry.
Essential requirements for the role include:
This is a fixed term appointment and funds for the post are initially available for 5 years.
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The closing date for applications is before midnight (GMT) on 30th June 2020. Invites to interview will be made shortly after the shortlisting exercise and we are expecting remote online interviews to be held between 8th - 17th July 2020.
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Please quote reference NR23157 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
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