Job: Faculty Position in HCI, University of Lincoln, UK (game friendly)

Lecturer in Human Computer Interaction
School of Computer Science
University of Lincoln (UK)

We are currently looking to recruit a full-time permanent Lecturer in Human Computer Interaction (HCI). Applicants should hold a PhD (or very nearly completed it), and should be able to demonstrate an excellent existing track record in HCI, or related, research fields commensurate with experience. The post holder is expected to join the Lincoln Social Computing (LiSC) research centre, to develop their own research portfolio, to publish their work in the highest quality outlets (including CHI) and to contribute to the School’s teaching activity at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in areas aligned with HCI. The School is now the highest ranked ‘new’ (post 1992) computer science department in the country.

LiSC conduct a broad range of HCI, social computing and games-related research and we are interested in applied areas such as health and wellbeing, digital civics and activism, sustainability and the digital economy. Our work is currently funded by sources including EPSRC, ESRC, AHRC and TSB. The group will host the British HCI conference in 2015. For more information see

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Deadline is Monday 05 January 2015

For more information contact either: David Cobham (Head of School, or Shaun Lawson (Director of LiSC,

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