8 March 2020


£44,674 - £52,701 per annum (Grade 8) £57,279 - £62,823 per annum (Grade 9)


The UCL Department of Information Studies offers postgraduate qualifications for the library and information professions, and collaborates in the delivery of an inter-faculty BSc in Information Management for Business. It also has a strong international reputation for research. 

We are seeking an innovative researcher to appoint to a full-time lectureship/ Associate Professor, beginning in July or September 2020. 

We are particularly interested in applicants who could contribute to ongoing or new research in one or more of the following areas, as they converge with digital humanities: multimodal digitisation, imaging processing and computer vision; digital cultural heritage; cultural analytics, text / data mining and visualisation; code, software and platform studies; digital communities, activism and critical infrastructure studies; data modelling,  representation and simulation; sound studies and interdisciplinary applications of these areas to other research activities within the Department.

For Grade 8, expert knowledge sufficient to undertake advanced level teaching and academic research in one or more of the following areas: digitisation; image analysis and machine vision; data modeling and knowledge representation; text analysis, data mining and visualisation; network analysis; print scholarship and electronic scholarly editing; critical digital humanities; feminist digital humanities; spatial analysis and mapping; graphical approaches to digital humanities, user experience and accessibility; or other related areas. 

For Grade 9, expert knowledge to undertake critical review of existing teaching materials and approaches, to design and implement new topics and new modules and also evidence of academic leadership in research design or implementation. Experience sufficient to develop innovative new curriculum and learning materials would be desirable.


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