Professor of Critical Systems
University of York
York, United Kingdom
5d ago

Role Description

The University of York is one of the UK's leading higher education institutions and a member of the prestigious Russell Group of universities.

The Department of Computer Science is renowned internationally for its high impact research, combined with a dedication to high-

quality teaching and excellent student satisfaction, as well as strong industrial links, making us one of the UK's top Computer Science departments.

The Role

We welcome applications from candidates with a track record as a leader in Critical Systems, from academia or industry. You will collaborate within and outwith the Department, supporting and mentoring early career researchers and postgraduate students, whilst contributing to the academic leadership of the Department.

You will focus on leading the development of Critical Systems research and teaching, actively engaging with the wider Department and University to help to create a distinctive and positive working environment that emphasises excellence.

Critical Systems research at York is world leading, covering real-time systems, high-integrity systems, autonomous systems and software engineering for critical systems.

Critical systems research is supported by the , which is a £10m investment by Lloyds Register Foundation; and also the Global Initiative for Safe Autonomy, a £35m new facility funded by the University, UKRPIF and partners.

Key requirements :

  • PhD in Computer Science, or a related discipline
  • Outstanding and internationally recognised knowledge of Critical Systems
  • Ability to consistently publish academic work that is recognised as internationally leading
  • Ability to work with external and non-academic organisations for research impact and CPD
  • Substantial publication record in leading peer-reviewed journals
  • Significant and sustained success in accessing research grants and other external funding
  • Self-motivated, dedicated and creative
  • We particularly encourage applications from female candidates, who are currently under-represented within the Department at these levels.

    Salary will be commensurate with experience on the professorial scale, current minimum £64,986

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