OFFER DEADLINE16/10/2020 18:30 - Europe/Brussels
EU RESEARCH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMMEH2020 / Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions
LOCATIONUnited Kingdom, EDINBURGH
ORGANISATION/COMPANYEdinburgh Napier University
DEPARTMENTSchool of Computing
LABORATORYIntelligence-Driven Software Engineering Research Group
We are looking for excellent researchers to place an application for Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships | Call ID: H2020-MSCA-IF-2020 (Deadline 9/09/2020).
Edinburgh Napier University is one of the largest higher education institutions in the UK with over 20,000 students from 109 countries. The research in its School of Computing (SOC) is recognised as world or international leading in UK’s REF. SOC has significant collaborations on pervasive computing (IoT), AI, and data science. It helps to explore not just the technology but how people interact with it and how it impacts on society. SOC has led many projects with EU, UK research councils, international funders and clients across all industry sectors. SOC has registered dozens of patents and spun out 10+ companies. It has a distinguished record in training researchers: a vibrant PhD programme, a number of CPD and Postdoc training programmes.
Prof Xiaodong Liu is an international leading researcher in IoT, pervasive systems, Cyber-Physical Systems and intelligence-driven software engineering. He published 140 papers, 5 book chapters and registered 1 patent. He organised a number of international conferences as the programme or general chairs, e.g. IEEE COMPSAC’05-’20 and SEKE’07-‘20. He edited 3 research handbooks and serves as associate editor or board member for 4 international journals. He is an IEEE Senior Member. He led 12 funded research projects as PI including MSCA Fellowship projects.
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