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PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 1996 12:25 pm    
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#14 Job: Lecturer at University of Bath


School of Electronic & Electrical Engineering


I n f o r m a t i o n S y s t e m s E n g i n e e r i n g

The Information Systems group in the Department of Electronic and
Electrical Engineering is one of the world's leading centres for
research into signal and image coding. The new lecturer will be
expected to contribute to research in information processing and to
participate in the teaching of undergraduate and MSc programmes in
information systems, particularly those areas concerned with digital
signal processing and software engineering. Essential qualifications
are a first degree with significant mathematical content and a PhD
earned in either signal or image processing. A postdoctoral record
including grants earned and publications achieved is considered

The position of Lecturer does not map directly onto terminology used
in other countries. The nearest match is that Lecturer A is similar to
Assistant Professor, and Lecturer B is similar to Associate Professor.

Salary Lecturer Grade A GBP 15,154 - GBP 19,848
Lecturer Grade B GBP 20,677 - GBP 26,430

These salaries should be considered in relation to the lower cost of
living in the United Kingdom. For futher information please e-mail
Professor D M Monro on For advice on the
suitability of a cv for this appointment, please e-mail it to the
above address, or send it by Fax to (+44) 1225 826073.

This is an opportunity to join a world class research effort which is
increasingly attracting industrial support and exploitation, with good
opportunities for supplementation of salary through consultancy and
licensing income.
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