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Department of Chemistry
Loughborough University is a fantastic place to work, with acclaimed research and teaching placing us at 13th in The Complete University Guide 2015. Our attractive single-site campus provides an environment that is stimulating and supportive, offering first-rate facilities for both students and staff.
We are seeking a Professor of Chemistry to lead multi-disciplinary research in a range of collaborations as part of our Centre for Data Science Initiative. We are most interested to hear from you about your interests in the Data Science Space with emphasis in one or more for the following themes: Computational modelling/simulations; Mathematical modelling; and/or Multi-variate methodologies associated with, metallomics and metabolomics. Applicants will want to share their approaches to teaching and inspiring undergraduate and post graduate students and to demonstrate their readiness, and preparedness, to undertake significant leadership roles within the Department, School of Science and university.
Interviews will be held on 07 July 2015.
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