(OT) Lecturing job in Interactive Media Design, Scotland

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Chris Hand
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(OT) Lecturing job in Interactive Media Design, Scotland

Post by Chris Hand » Wed Aug 04, 2004 9:59 am

We have a lecturing position (equivalent to assistant professor)
going here in Dundee, Scotland. See details below.

In the IMD studio we make extensive use of iCubeX and Max/MSP
for prototyping interactive environments and artefacts.

Feel free to forward this to anyone who might be interested.



Chris


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http://www.jobs.ac.uk/jobfiles/YN261.html


Interactive Media Design Lecturer

School of Design/Division of Applied Computing


Faculty of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design
Faculty of Engineering & Physical Sciences

Interactive Media Design Lecturer (GBP 27,989 - GBP 35,883)
Permanent contract (with probationary period)

The University of Dundee has established two new cross disciplinary
BSc degrees in Interactive Media Design (IMD) and Innovative Product
Design (IPD). These programmes are unique in the UK in the way they
cross boundaries between design and technology; products and media;
software and product. The two degrees are proving extremely popular
and we now wish to appoint a new Lecturer to work on the development
and delivery of the Interactive Media Design programme.

You should be a committed interaction designer/design educator with a
good understanding of commercial design practice. You will have a first
degree in a relevant subject and ideally a postgraduate qualification.
An understanding of how knowledge can be developed through research is
essential. You should be enthusiastic and experienced at working across
the design - technology spectrum with clear ideas for research in these
emerging areas.

The University has committed significant funds to the establishment
of an Interaction Design Lab to serve as a focus for research activity
in the areas of interactive media, product and space design methods
and practice. The successful applicant will play a key role in this
development helping us combine a commitment to exploring real world
design problems with a playful and experimental approach.

For informal enquiries please contact Professor Tom Inns at the School
of Design on 01382 345290, email t.g.inns@dundee.ac.uk .

To request an Application Pack contact Personnel Services, University
of Dundee, DD1 4HN, Tel: 01382 344817 (answering machine). Please
quote Reference: DJ/404/WW

Closing date : 27 August 2004

The University is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes
applications from all sections of the community.

http://www.dundee.ac.uk/

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