[ecoop-info] Lecturer (Assistant Professorship) in Multi-core Computing at The University of Manchester

Mikel Lujan mikel.lujan at manchester.ac.uk
Fri Feb 11 18:50:23 CET 2011

The School of Computer Science at Manchester has a long and 
distinguished track record in research and teaching in core Computer 
Science and across interfaces to adjacent disciplines. The research 
strength of the school is reflected in consistently strong returns in 
assessment exercises (5* in RAE 2000, 2nd in Research Power in RAE 
2008). The school is among the largest in the UK, and thus has been able 
to develop research and teaching profiles that are both broad and deep, 
reflecting critical mass both in core areas of the discipline (e.g. 
computer architecture, computer engineering, information management, 
theorem proving) and in several interdisciplinary fields (e.g. 
computational biology, e-Science, nanotechnology, text mining). The 
school is seeking to strengthen its research and teaching portfolios 
through the appointment of a Lecturer in Computer Architecture.

The focus of the appointment is in the broad area of multi-core 
computing, which covers all aspects of modern multi-core systems 
including, for example, operating systems, compilers, hardware 
architecture, memory hierarchy and chip multiprocessor interconnect.

£31,798 - £45,336 p.a

Application closing date:

For informal inquiries, please contact
Professor Steve Furber steve.furber at manchester.ac.uk

Further information about the post can be found at



Dr Mikel Lujan
Royal Society University Research Fellow
Advanced Processor Technologies
School of Computer Science
The University of Manchester
mikel.lujan at manchester.ac.uk

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