lectureship in cognitive science (Martin Cooke )

Subject: lectureship in cognitive science
From:    Martin Cooke  <M.Cooke(at)DCS.SHEFFIELD.AC.UK>
Date:    Tue, 23 Feb 1993 12:54:29 GMT

To Dan: thanks, and all the best for the auditory list. To the list: a job possibility Martin ------------------------------ LECTURESHIP IN COGNITIVE SCIENCE University of Sheffield, UK. Applications are invited for the above post tenable from 1st October 1993 for three years in the first instance but with expectation of renewal. Preference will be given to candidates with a PhD in Cognitive Science, Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Psychology, Computer Science, Robotics, or related disciplines. The Cognitive Science degree is an integrated course taught by the departments of Psychology and Computer Science. Research in Cognitive Science was highly evaluated in the recent UFC research evaluation exercise, special areas of interest being vision, speech, language, neural networks, and learning. The successful candidate will be expected to undertake research vigorously. Supervision of programming projects will be required, hence considerable experience with Lisp, Prolog, and/or C is essential. It is expected that the appointment will be made on the Lecturer A scale (13,400-18,576 pounds(uk) p.a.) according to age and experience but enquiries from more experienced staff able to bring research resources are welcomed. Informal enquiries to Professor John P Frisby 044-(0)742-826538 or e-mail jpf(at)aivru.sheffield.ac.uk. Further particulars from the director of Personnel Services, The University, Sheffield S10 2TN, UK, to whom all applications including a cv and the names and addresses of three referees (6 copies of all documents) should be sent by 1 April 1993. Short-listed candidates will be invited to Sheffield for interview for which travel expenses (within the UK only) will be funded. Current permanent research staff in Cognitive Science at Sheffield include: Prof J P Frisby (visual psychophysics), Prof J E W Mayhew *(computer vision, robotics, neural networks) Prof Y Wilks (natural language understanding, from June 93) Dr P D Green (speech recognition) Dr J Porrill (computer vision) Dr P McKevitt (natural language understanding) Dr P Scott (computer assisted learning) Dr R I Nicolson (human learning) Dr P Dean (neuroscience, neural networks) Dr M P Cooke (auditory modelling) Dr G J Brown (auditory modelling) Mr A J Prescott (neural networks, comparative cog sci)

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