(1) Delivering up to two10 week modules each academic year per full-time equivalent (FTE) at the Weihai campus;
(2) Complementing the internationally-leading research output of the Department;
(3) Engaging with the administration and day-to-day running of the Department.
You will be passionate about digital electronics and/or imaging research, with a clear track record of delivering internationally-leading research outputs in your field, and will be a committed and reflective educator, with a desire to learn from others, innovate in teaching practices, and contribute to the collegial atmosphere in the Department.
Engineering is a strategically important area of investment for Lancaster University. An ambitious £50M, ten-year, plan is in place to develop our successful Engineering Department toward a world leading School of Engineering. Phase 1 concluded in 2015 with the opening of an award-winning £13 million new Engineering building, providing a world-class environment and facilities for teaching and research. Phase 2 is in progress and aims to deliver a second state of the art engineering building in 2022.
The Engineering Department is recognised for international excellence and world-leading research. The Department is ranked highly in national league tables; in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework, 91% of research and 100% of impact in General Engineering was assessed as internationally excellent and world leading. The Department is 8th in the UK and 112th in the world for paper citations in QS World Ranking 2018. The Department has strong links with industry nationwide and works with a portfolio of hundreds of SMEs in the north-west of England alone, supported by the in-house Lancaster Product Development Unit (LPDU). We are open to candidates in any areas of digital electronics that complement the research and teaching strengths of the Department, but there could be a particular opportunity for the successful candidate to develop a research program in the area of Imaging or Intelligent Control, a topic that is at the heart of many application domains.
We are committed to family-friendly and flexible working policies on an individual basis, as well as the Athena SWAN Charter, which recognises and celebrates good employment practice undertaken to address equality in higher education and research.
Potential candidates are warmly encouraged to contact Professor Claudio Paoloni firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance. For information about the Engineering Department please visit http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/engineering/.
We welcome applications from people in all diversity groups.
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