Computational Modelling Group

Imperial College London: non-clinical Lecturers for Faculties of Engineering, Medicine and Natural Sciences

Apply by
4th January 2011
Density functional Theory, Materials
Petrina Butler

Imperial College London intends to appoint a significant number of non-clinical Lecturers to our Faculties of Engineering, Medicine and Natural Sciences, with outstanding ability and potential.

Our aim is to extend and consolidate our existing research interests, and also to embark upon new areas that fit within our academic strategy.

With this in mind, we are seeking applications from candidates with a background in disciplines within, or complementary to, science, technology and medicine.

We are looking to appoint those who will contribute to the College's mission, who will enhance our international reputation and who have the potential to become academic leaders.

Imperial is a partner in the Thomas Young Centre (TYC), the London Centre for Theory and Simulation of Materials, which provides an outstanding environment for research with particular strength in first-principles electronic structure calculations.

A list of academic staff associated with the Thomas Young Centre at Imperial may be found at:

and prospective applicants are encouraged to contact the person working in the area closest to them or the TYC Director Prof. Mike Finnis before submitting an application.

For more information about these positions please visit

The closing date is 4th January 2011.