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Senior Research Fellows- Intelligent Media Technologies, Reading, UK

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Senior Research Fellows

(Technical Research Project Management) �

Intelligent Media Technologies

Intelligent Media Systems & Services Research Laboratory www.imss.rdg.ac.uk)

Interactive Pervasive Computing Research Themes

School of Systems Engineering

University of Reading

Pay grade: 7

Pay scale: �33,779 - �41,545 (approx. � 49K- �60K) per annum -subject to annual adjustment in accordance with national agreements)

The University of Reading is one of the top twenty research-intensive universities in the UK. The Intelligent Media Systems & Services Research Laboratory (IMSS, www.imss.reading.ac.uk) is an internationally well-established and dynamic group with a large and expanding portfolio of EU/DTI/MoD/EPSRC-funded research projects in strategic Computer Science and ICT fields and involving close alliances with world-class academic and industrial players in the UK and globally. IMSS Research is pushing forward the frontiers of innovation in advanced model-driven and service-oriented semantic-cognitive architectures as underpinned by agent technologies, middleware, ambient intelligence, and, multi-modal interfaces including virtual/augmented reality to realise and formally validate smart and secure environments.

IMSS is seeking pro-active Technical Research Project Managers (3 posts) to coordinate the work of Research Assistants, audit projects, support technical aspects of projects and attend research project management meetings in the UK and abroad. We are offering to self-motivated individuals with research leadership experience, an exciting career opportunity to work within a highly creative team and enjoy international collaborative research and present their work at centres of excellence in Europe and worldwide.

You will have:

� PhD in Computer Science or a closely associated discipline (or relevant 1st class degree plus extensive technical leadership experience on relevant research projects)

� Strong, clear, concise writing (and presentation) skills both for writing technical reports and scientific papers.

� Specialist R&D working knowledge involving any of the areas listed below (also see person specification as available through the website link given at the end of this document).

- Data Mining, CBR, & Machine Learning

- Natural Language Processing

- Multimedia Computing

- 3D Modelling -Reconstruction

- Natural Algorithms (NN, GAs etc)

- Image & Speech Recognition

- Embedded Systems and Sensor Networks

- Wireless Networks, Telecoms Protocols

- Network Security (IPS/IDS)

- Virtual/Augmented Reality

- Access Technologies-ID Management, RFID

- Digital Rights Management

- Advanced Multi-modal Interfaces Design

- Enterprise Applications J2EE-based

Integration & Client Server Technologies

- Distributed Databases

- Semantic Web, Semantic Grid

- Formal Methods, Simulation

� Successful candidates may have the opportunity to pursue a relevant PhD Programme of Research supported under the University staff fee-waiver framework.

For informal discussion and further information (e.g. further particulars, job and person specification) about the posts please contact the IMSS Director, Atta Badii by email (atta.badii@rdg.ac.uk) or phone 00 44 (0)118 378 7842

The Application Form is available at www.reading.ac.uk/Jobs
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