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Durham University seeks assistant professor in computer science (digital humanities)

The Durham University Department of Computer Science is seeking an assistant professor in computer science (digital humanities).

The successful candidate will work within the department’s Artificial Intelligence and Human Systems research group (AIHS). Research themes of the AIHS include artificial intelligence, bias in AI, Explainable AI, data analytics, natural language processing, digital humanities, human-centred computing, data science, ML, and deep learning.

Applicants must demonstrate research and teaching excellence in the field of computer science. They should have a PhD in computer science or a related subject.

The ideal start date for the position, based at Durham University in Durham, England, is September 1, 2022. Applications must be received by January 27, 2022.

All applicants are asked to apply online. Applications require the submission of a CV, cover letter, an Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) values statement, two significant pieces of written work, as well as references.

View the full job posting.

For questions, please contact Professor Alexandra I. Cristea, Head of the AIHS Research Group, Deputy Head of Department, at

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