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Lectureships at Cambridge University

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for three University Lectureships. They should have a proven record of scholarship in experimental and/or theoretical research involving Engineering Materials, Solid Mechanics, Mechanics of Biological Materials or Computational Mechanics. The lecturers will be expected to contribute directly to the research and teaching of the Mechanics, Materials and Design Division of the Engineering Department. This Division enjoys an international reputation for high-quality, innovative research in materials design and characterisation, including novel micro-architectured materials, bulk high-temperature superconducting materials, and increasingly in biological materials.

The posts will involve contributing to the teaching of the undergraduate course in Engineering, leading to the BA and MEng degrees. The successful candidates will take up the appointments 1 October 2006 or as soon as possible thereafter. The appointment will be for 5 years in the first instance with the possibility of reappointment to the retiring age subject to satisfactory performance. The current pensionable scale of stipends is in the range of £25,565-£39,303 per annum.

Further particulars and an application form may be obtained from the Personnel Office, Department of Engineering, Trumpington Street, Cambridge CB2 1PZ, UK (tel +44 (0) 1223 332615, fax +44 (0) 1223 766364, email personnel-appointments@eng.cam.ac.uk).

Applications should be sent to this address no later than by Friday 9 June 2006 and include a completed form, a curriculum vitae, a list of publications, and a one-page statement of research interests and future plans. Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Norman Fleck (telephone +44 (0)1223 332650 or email mj@eng.cam.ac.uk). The University is committed to equality of opportunity

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