The Department of Chemistry is one of the largest and most successful departments at York, renowned internationally for our research. We strive to conduct research at the cutting edge of the chemical sciences and therefore seek to appoint to a lectureship an individual with a proven research interest in applying machine learning / big data methods to chemical problems. We are open to applications in any area of chemistry and expect the individual to make strong research connections with other research groups across the department.
As a department, we strive to provide a working environment that allows all staff and students to contribute fully, to flourish, and to excel. We are proud of our Athena SWAN Gold Award.
We particularly welcome and encourage applications from female candidates, and candidates from minority ethnic backgrounds, who are under-represented within the academic staff group in the Department of Chemistry. Flexibility is offered and the role can be undertaken part-time by agreement.
We welcome interest from talented academics with an impressive research profile and a collegiate approach to their work. They should have a strong background in chemistry but be advancing machine learning / big data methods in their research
Main activities include:
Interview date: to be confirmed
For informal enquiries: please contact Deputy Head of Department, Professor Mat Evans (email@example.com)
The University strives to be diverse and inclusive – a place where we can ALL be ourselves.
We particularly encourage applications from people who identify as Black, Asian or from a Minority Ethnic background, who are underrepresented at the University.
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