Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader in Thermal Energy/Multiscale Materials


£35,845 to £59,135 per annum (Grade 7-9)

Salary: Grade 7/8/9 £35,845 – £40,322/£44045 – £51,034/£52,560 – £59,135 per annum

We are now seeking to fill a position for a successful academic to join the Division of Systems, Power and Energy Engineering in:

the broad area of Thermal Energy Conversion and Storage Systems. The field includes thermal engineering solutions to decarbonize heating and cooling. For more information about this position please contact Professor Gioia Falcone, email: gioia.falcone@glasgow.ac.uk.


Multiscale Materials Modelling. The position offers a unique opportunity to provide valuable new insights into the integration of advanced manufacturing, including additive and digital manufacturing, with structure – processing – property relations through multiscale modelling, from atomistic to the nanoscale, to realize improved processes and new products and applications. For more information about this position please contact Professor Sandy Cochran (sandy.cochran@glasgow.ac.uk).

The post holder will join a vibrant environment with world leading groups in Energy and Sustainability; Materials and Manufacturing; Space and Exploration Technologies; Medical and Industrial Ultrasound; and Communications, Sensing and Imaging. The Division of Systems, Power and Energy hosts fundamental research with the ambition to lead to high impact industrial and academic outcomes. We expect the successful applicant to complement existing activities and to develop a network of collaborations across the James Watt School of Engineering, the University and external collaborators, as well as to work with industry to translate their research to the highest impact.

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Closing Date: 25th April 2021

It is the University of Glasgow’s mission to foster an inclusive climate, which ensures equality in our working, learning, research and teaching environment. The James Watt School of Engineering strongly endorses the principles of Athena SWAN, including a supportive and flexible working environment, with commitment from all levels of the School in promoting gender equality.

We would therefore particularly welcome applications from women and other groups who are currently underrepresented in these positions in JWSE.

Details of JWSE’s­ Athena SWAN Award and activities can be found here: www.gla.ac.uk/schools/engineering/athenaswan

The School’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Group is happy to answer questions from applicants on gender equality in representation, progression and success (Professor Cindy Smith: Cindy.Smith@glasgow.ac.uk or Debbie Goldie: Debbie.Goldie@glasgow.ac.uk).

The University of Glasgow, charity number SC004401.

Please apply here.