G735 - Professor of Urban Data Analysis
 

Closing Date: 28th November 2016

The School of Architecture, Landscape and Planning (SAPL) is seeking to appoint a Professor of Urban Data Analysis to be based in its Global Urban Research Unit (GURU). Critically engaging the world of big and open data and new, innovative and experimental strategies, techniques and technologies in a digital context, this exciting new post will lead and develop urban data analysis in GURU as part of a new £2m ‘Spatial Analysis and Modelling at Newcastle’ (SAM@NEWCASTLE) initiative.   Central to the role will be the mapping, modelling and visualising of urban data in order to conceptualise, theorise and explain the spatial differentiation and inequalities of cultural, economic, environmental, political and social phenomena at a range of geographical scales. Candidates with expertise in the analysis of housing, education, employment and/or health data will be particularly welcome. 

Applicants should have an outstanding record of research, together with a track record of successful research supervisions and income generation.  

Informal enquires about the post can be made to Professor Roger Burrows, Professor of Cities, Tel +44 (0)191 208 6070. 
 
The post is available from a mutually agreed date.

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Faculty/Services
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Unit
Architecture, Planning & Landscape
Sub Unit
Architecture, Planning & Landscape
Staff Category
Professorial
Contract Type
Open Ended
Hours of Work
Full Time
Location
Newcastle upon Tyne
 
Closing Date: 28th November 2016

The School of Architecture, Landscape and Planning (SAPL) is seeking to appoint a Professor of Urban Data Analysis to be based in its Global Urban Research Unit (GURU). Critically engaging the world of big and open data and new, innovative and experimental strategies, techniques and technologies in a digital context, this exciting new post will lead and develop urban data analysis in GURU as part of a new £2m ‘Spatial Analysis and Modelling at Newcastle’ (SAM@NEWCASTLE) initiative.   Central to the role will be the mapping, modelling and visualising of urban data in order to conceptualise, theorise and explain the spatial differentiation and inequalities of cultural, economic, environmental, political and social phenomena at a range of geographical scales. Candidates with expertise in the analysis of housing, education, employment and/or health data will be particularly welcome. 

Applicants should have an outstanding record of research, together with a track record of successful research supervisions and income generation.  

Informal enquires about the post can be made to Professor Roger Burrows, Professor of Cities, Tel +44 (0)191 208 6070. 
 
The post is available from a mutually agreed date.

Click here for further details.