Monash University: Research Fellow or Sr Research Fellow in Information Technology [Suzhou, China]
Seeking an individual passionate about undertaking research in an area of Information Technology (IT), being one of Software Engineering and Cybersecurity, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, or Human-Centred Computing, as well as multidisciplinary research through the application of IT to problems, and to be responsible for conducting research in this area of IT.
At: Monash University
Location: Suzhou, China
Position: Research Fellow or Senior Research Fellow in Information Technology
Monash University is honoured to be the first Australian university to receive a licence to operate in China, one of the world's largest and fastest-growing economies, via the partnership at Suzhou with the Southeast University (SEU), one of China’s key national universities as well as establishment of Monash Suzhou. The SEU-Monash partnership consists of the Joint Research Institute (JRI) and the Joint Graduate School (JGS), and will produce postgraduates and researchers with ideas to change people’s lives in the region and the world for the better.
The JRI conducts multi-disciplinary research projects in areas of strategic importance to industry in Australia and China. To facilitate the collaboration, Monash established The Monash Suzhou Science and Technology Research Institute (MSSTRI) and currently has five priority research themes that address strategic issues of mutual interest, including:
- Advanced computation in science and engineering;
- Advanced materials and manufacturing;
- Energy and environment;
- Future cities; and
- Life sciences
We are seeking an individual passionate about undertaking research in an area of Information Technology (IT), being one of Software Engineering and Cybersecurity, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, or Human-Centred Computing, as well as multidisciplinary research through the application of IT to problems in one or more of the five research themes above. You will be responsible for conducting research in this area of IT.
This role will also be required to contribute to the teaching effort in the JGS. Desirable teaching interests include Mobile and Distributed Computing Systems, Enterprise and Internet Applications Development and Network Protocols and Network Security.
To be successful in this position you will have completed a doctoral qualification in Computer Science or a related discipline area together with subsequent research and teaching experience; a record of publications and high-level technical skills and abilities.
An appropriately qualified appointee will be offered an honorary adjunct appointment as a Adjunct Lecturer or Adjunct Senior Lecturer with the Faculty of Information Technology of Monash University, to be held conjointly with the appointment as Monash Suzhou Science and Technology Research Institute (MSSTRI).
With excellent, high-quality students, a vibrant research environment, and through the deep engagement with Monash Australia and it’s researchers, this is an opportunity to collaborate with experts across IT within a world top 100 University, enabling multi-disciplinary research collaborations and enhancing your future career prospects. If this is an opportunity that piques your interest, apply today!
This role is a full-time position; however, flexible working arrangements can be negotiated.
Your application must address the key selection criteria.
Professor John Grundy, Senior Deputy Dean, Faculty of Information Technology, Monash University
Sunday 21 July 2019, 11:55 pm AEST
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