New chair of Computer Science at Birmingham University UK

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25 Nov 90 22:36:10 GMT

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From: Aaron Sloman <>
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Organization: School of Cognitive & Computing Sciences, Sussex Univ. UK
Date: 25 Nov 90 22:36:10 GMT

Birmingham University (which I shall be joining from 1st August 1991) wishes
to appoint another professor in the School of Computer Science.

Only candidates with an established research and publications record and
potential for attracting research students will be considered.

Applicants from any area of Computer Science will be considered, and the
primary requirement is academic distinction, though because there is already
one professor with interests in AI/cognitive science, applicants from other
fields will have preference, other things being equal.

The post will be on the professorial scale (minimum 27013 pounds p.a.)

Full details are available from

        Mr. P.J.F. Scott,
        Director of Staffing Services
        University of Birmingham
        Birmingham B15 2TT

        Phone +44 (0)21-414-3841
        FAX +44 (0)21-414-4802

Applications (ten copies for UK applicants, one copy for overseas
applicants) should be in by 14 December, though late applications will be
considered. It is hoped that short-listed candidates will be interviewed on
19th March.

Further enquiries about the nature of the job to
        Prof Peter Jarratt
        School of Computer Science
        University of Birmingham
        Birmingham B15 2TT

        Phone +44 (0)21-414 3711

The university is located on a large park south of the centre of Birmingham,
with academic buildings at one end, student halls at the other and a lake in
between. Substantial resources have recently been made available for
developing computer science and cognitive science.


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