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40 New TCD Assistant Professor Jobs

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40 New TCD Assistant Professor Jobs


Tuesday, October 20, 2015 




40 New TCD Assistant Professor Jobs

Trinity College Dublin is to begin a global recruitment campaign for 40 new associate professors next month.

The Ussher Assistant Professors are being funded entirely by non-exchequer sources with €16 million allocated for their recruitment.

The 40 academic posts will support the delivery of the College’s new Strategic Plan 2014-19. The newly appointed professors will take up their positions in September 2016. It is the second time that Trinity has created a distinct set of professorships with the Ussher name to foster early career academics. The latest wave of professorships reflects the success of the first programme.

“The recruitment of these new posts across the university will build academic capacity to develop new educational programmes,” said Professor Linda Hogan, Vice Provost of TCD, Chair of the recruitment process, and Chief Academic Officer.

“We have identified the posts most crucial to executing our mission, and attracting talented people from around the world who will foster global engagement in education and research.”

The 40 Assistant Professor positions will be in the following areas:

Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences:

  • Assistant Professor in Sonic Arts
  • Assistant Professor in Children’s Literature
  • Assistant Professor in Medieval and Early modern literature
  • Assistant Professor in Medieval History
  • Assistant Professor in Environmental history
  • Assistant Professor in Information technology law
  • Assistant Professor in Literary translation
  • Assistant Professor in Irish speech and language technology
  • Assistant Professor in Abrahamic religions
  • Assistant Professor in Development economics
  • Assistant Professor in Global politics
  • Assistant Professor in Early modern philosophy

Faculty of Health Sciences:

  • Assistant Professor in Ageing
  • Assistant Professor in Genomics
  • Assistant Professor in Vascular biology
  • Assistant Professor in Translation oncology radiation therapy and chemotherapy
  • Assistant Professor in Translational nanomedicine
  • Assistant Professor in Digital integrated health
  • Assistant Professor in Intellectual disability nursing
  • Assistant Professor in Midwifery
  • Assistant Professor in Pharmaceutical chemistry of nanocarrier drug delivery systems

Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics and Science:

  • Assistant Professor in Immunometabolism
  • Assistant Professor in Molecular therapeutics
  • Assistant Professor in Chemical energy system
  • Assistant Professor in Future cities and the Internet of Things
  • Assistant Professor in Future networks
  • Assistant Professor in Content analytics and semantic modelling
  • Assistant Professor in Software in high performance embedded computing
  • Assistant Professor in Data science
  • Assistant Professor in Biomedical engineering (next generation medicinal devices)
  • Assistant Professor in Energy and sustainable international development
  • Assistant Professor in Energy systems for smart cities
  • Assistant Professor in Media Signal Processing
  • Assistant Professor in Genome analysis
  • Assistant Professor in Number theory and cryptography
  • Assistant Professor in Numerical analytics
  • Assistant Professor in Smart and sustainable urbanism
  • Assistant Professor in Nanominerology
  • Assistant Professor in Science of energy
  • Assistant Professor in Ultramicroscopy

The job specifications will be available on the Trinity College Dublin vacancies website here in November 2015, as part of the international recruitment campaign.

Source: tcdnews.ie

The CareersPortal Team