Lecturer in Engineering

London (Greater) (GB)
06 Jan 2022
End of advertisement period
06 Feb 2022
Contract Type
Full Time

As part of the growth of the Department of Engineering, we are seeking applications for multiple (up to 3) Lectureships in Engineering.

We are creating a vibrant Department that looks to lead innovation in education and research at one of the world’s leading universities. To support our ambition, King’s is investing in new multi-million-pound teaching and research laboratories of more than 3000 sqm for the Department at heart of its Strand campus, which will open in summer 2022.

In moving our ambition forward, we are appointing academics to join us in shaping the future of education and research for King’s Engineering.

We are developing a strong research profile with activities in mechatronics, sensors, signal and information processing, systems engineering, electronics, thermofluids, energy, materials, solid and contact mechanics, and telecommunications.  As we are looking to both strengthen and expand our activities, we are seeking candidates with research in both these areas and broader, with an emphasis on sustainable/smart infrastructure and manufacturing, digital electronics, power (including power electronics, microgrids, e-machines, power systems), engineering for resilience and sustainability, signal processing (including immersive audio technologies).

We have research links in our Faculty of Natural, Mathematical and Engineering Sciences, across the College, and beyond.  King’s is part of the London Centre for Nanotechnology (LCN) with shared research and facilities between King’s, UCL and Imperial.  All of these foster an active, vibrant, and collaborative research environment.

We offer undergraduate and postgraduate education, with a distinctive approach, combining traditional teaching methods with modern, project-based learning, catering for the needs of our students and the industries in which they will work.  It is essential that applicants have the enthusiasm and commitment needed to ensure the success of these programmes.

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This post will be offered on an indefinite contract  

This is a full-time  post - 100% full time equivalent

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