Lecturer in Medical Engineering

Location
Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
Salary
£29,799 to £38,833 per annum
Posted
06 Jul 2018
End of advertisement period
05 Aug 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Lecturer in Medical Engineering

Reference:     FS0372
Campus:     Hull
Faculty/Area:     Faculty of Science and Engineering
Department:     Medical Engineering - School of Engineering and Computer Science
Salary:     £33,519 to £38,833 
Post Type:     Full Time
Closing Date:     Sunday 05 August 2018​

The School offers MEng/BEng and BSc programmes in Medical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science and has a long history of accreditation through IET, IMechE, IPEM, IChemE and BCS.  As an integrated School, staff and students benefit from shared facilities including biomechanical and biomaterials laboratories, mechanical workshops, microscopy suite, FabLab (3D printing lab), HIVE (mixed reality development studio) and robotics laboratories.  The School’s research interests and facilities are aligned to a number of key themes - biomedical engineering, virtual environments and human-computer interaction, robotics and autonomous systems, digital manufacturing, advanced materials and manufacturing, bio-based materials and biofuels, and dependable intelligent systems.  Supported by significant investment, the School is focused on an exciting growth plan aiming to double its size over the next 5 to 10 years.  In addition to increasing its current activities, further expansion is planned through the introduction of new undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Cyber Security, Civil Engineering and Digital Engineering (Mechanical Design and Manufacture), Degree Apprenticeships and Engineering Management. The School of Engineering and Computer Science (SoECS) at the University of Hull is recruiting a Lecturer in Medical Engineering.  Over the past few years the School has undergone significant growth and this post is aimed at supporting a thriving core discipline in the School. Applications are sought from candidates with a strong teaching background in Medical Engineering, in particularly in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. 

Please upload a CV with a list of your publications/conference presentations and a forward-looking research plan.  The plan should include a funding strategy, publication plan and research agenda for the next five years. 

To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Michael J FaganHead of Medical Engineering, email M.J.Fagan@hull.ac.uk