Research Post at University of Kent 
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 Research Post at University of Kent

                RESEARCH ASSOCIATE IN ELECTRONICS
                UNIVERSITY OF KENT AT CANTERBURY

Applications are invited for the post of Research Associate in the
Electronic Engineering Laboratory to work on an EPSRC-funded project
entitled `Novel logic based neural network architectures for
Multi-dimensional Data'. The project seeks to apply ideas taken from
Constructive Type Theory and formal logic to the incorporation of
multi-dimensional data within Artificial Neural Network models.
Specifically, the project will seek to build a working model of a practical
problem domain in collaboration with an industrial partner.

Applicants should hold or expect to hold a Ph.D. degree in an engineering/
computing/mathematical discipline preferably with experience in either
Artificial Neural Network design or an area related to Constructive Type
Theory such as Functional Programming. The post is for a period of one year
from 1/1/98.

Salary within the RA1A scale: 15,159 pounds to 16,927 pounds p.a.
Informal enquiries may be made to Dr. Gareth Howells on 01227 823724
(+44 1227 823724 international) or email reply to this article.
Application forms and further particulars are available from: The Personnel
Office, The Registry, The University, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NZ.

Please quote reference number A98/16.

Closing date: 31 October 1997.



Fri, 24 Mar 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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