The Bristol Programming Languages Research Group  is seeking a new Lecturer in Programming Languages and Compilers.
As a Lecturer, you will contribute your research expertise, with a specific focus on compilers, aligning with the group’s diverse interests. Embracing a broad interpretation of compilers, you will explore code generation, optimisation, static analysis, code translation, correctness, safety, and security. Your valuable insights will shape the future of this exciting field.
In addition, you will have the opportunity to inspire and educate the next generation of computer scientists. Your role will involve teaching a range of Computer Science subjects at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. With a particular emphasis on programming, languages, compilers, software verification, and computer architecture, you will have the chance to shape the curriculum and empower students in their educational journey.
If you are a passionate researcher and educator, eager to contribute to cutting-edge research and thrive in a supportive and stimulating academic environment, we invite you to apply.
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Informal enquiries can be directed at Mike Fraser (Head of School, email@example.com) or Meng Wang (Head of Research Group, firstname.lastname@example.org).