University of Glasgow

Senior Lecturer / Lecturer in Optical, Quantum and Computational Imaging

University of Glasgow

Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

University of Glasgow
College of Science & Engineering
School of Physics & Astronomy

Senior Lecturer / Lecturer in Optical, Quantum and Computational Imaging

Salary £43,266 – £50,132 / £51,630 – £58,089 per annum

Vacancy Ref: 025157

The University of Glasgow seeks to appoint two candidates at lecturer or senior lecturer level within the Optics theme in the School of Physics and Astronomy with research interests in the fields of Optical, Quantum and/or Computational Imaging:
• One permanent academic

• One fixed term appointment for initially 5 years, with a possibility for a permanent appointment.

The successful candidates will join a growing community of six academic staff and >40 doctoral and post-doctoral researchers conducting research in quantum optics, imaging and sensing and in computational imaging and their applications in bio-imaging, lidar and non-line-of-sight imaging, photonics and data fusion. Our world-class research in these fields builds upon international academic, biomedical and industrial collaborations and leadership of QuantIC, the EPSRC Quantum-Technology Hub.

The current research environment includes state-of-the-art quantum technologies, microscopy and imaging-technology at wavelengths from the UV to longwave infrared. The successful candidates will carry out independent research in the fields of optical, quantum or computational imaging. The University seeks applicants with a strong commitment to all aspects of the academic mission, including research, teaching at postgraduate and undergraduate levels, securing grant income, outreach and knowledge transfer activities. Applicants at Lecturer level should have a strong publication track record, and a clear vision of how their work would complement our existing research strengths. Applicants at Senior Lecturer level should, in addition, be able to demonstrate scientific leadership and the ability to establish and sustain national and international collaborations.

For further information and enquires, candidates are invited to contact Research Group Leaders in Optical Sciences:,,

Research group webpages can be found at:

As Scottish University of the Year 2018 (‘Good University Guide’), the University of Glasgow is consistently ranked in the top 100 Universities in the world. Founded in 1451, it is the fourth oldest University in the English-speaking world and now has a number of campuses in Glasgow.

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Closing Date: 27 May 2019

Vacancy Ref: 025157

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