The Bartlett Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis



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Lecturer / Associate Professor (Teaching) in Geocomputation

The post-holder will undertake education and research activities in the broad area of Geocomputation, with a particular focus on urban issues. To carry out associated enterprise, external engagement and institutional citizenship duties to support the department, faculty and institution. 

CASA’s taught postgraduate programmes are structured around a core urban spatial science theme with specialisms in smart cities and policy, analytics and visualisation, modelling and simulation and connected environments. We would expect the post-holder to contribute to existing and new modules in our portfolio and work with the wider team to develop our postgraduate offering and current and future undergraduate modules. Supervising research at Masters and PhD levels will also be required.

We seek highly-motivated individuals with a PhD (or nearing completion) in a relevant discipline, ability to deliver high quality teaching and foster a positive learning environment, and experience of teaching programming skills using languages such as Python and/or R.

To find out more and apply, visit the UCL Jobs website.

Deadline: 7 July 2021, 23:59 PM

Lecturer in Artificial Intelligence for Urban Geospatial Systems

We are looking to appoint a leading scholar in the emerging sub-discipline of geospatial artificial intelligence. This person will have substantive research interests that align with some or all of CASA’s – broadly urban planning and policy, urban analytics and city science, spatial modelling and visualisation, and the emergence of smart cities and digitally connected environments within these places. We have researchers working in areas such as transportation and mobility, urban economics, health and wellbeing, inequalities, population and demographics, as well as the more technical end of what could be termed the ‘smart city’ such as sensor networks and the Internet of Things – although we also welcome applications from those with interests that complement our current departmental research themes and align with some of the strategic Bartlett Faculty research initiatives around the climate crisis, race and social justice, sustainability and how AI may be used as a tool for change in urban contexts.

We seek highly-motivated individuals with a PhD in a relevant discipline, with high quality academic research and publication record relevant to the work carried out in CASA, and experience of teaching and assessment at undergraduate and/or postgraduate levels, particularly in relation to technical subjects.

To find out more and apply, visit the UCL Jobs website.

Deadline: 14 July 2021, 23:59 PM