Professor of Practice at Imperial College London

Imperial College London, UK is inviting applicants to apply for a professor position in artificial intelligence. This position is closed on August 26, 2020.



The Department of Management & Entrepreneurship wishes to retain and improve its position as a world-leading research and teaching centre in innovation and now seeks to appoint a Professor of Practice (part-time) with outstanding expertise in artificial intelligence and its applications to critical business sectors such as finance and health, including translational efforts to bring theory into practice. The Professor of Practice will work…

The Department of Management & Entrepreneurship wishes to retain and improve its position as a world-leading research and teaching centre in innovation and now seeks to appoint a Professor of Practice (part-time) with outstanding expertise in artificial intelligence and its applications to critical business sectors such as finance and health, including translational efforts to bring theory into practice. The Professor of Practice will work with programme directors on teaching innovations, contribute to teaching and in-class guest speakers. As Professor of Practice, you will contribute to ‘thought leadership’ and policy debate in innovation, with particular focus on applications of artificial intelligence and big data/analytics in the finance and health sectors. You will also, more broadly, participate in discussion within the government and corporate policy to promote innovation and entrepreneurship supported by analytic disciplines. As Professor of Practice, you will be instrumental in the area of Digital Transformation to serve as a focal point for students, faculty research, and in industry and government collaborations.

For further information on the recruitment process please contact: Maria Monteiro, Senior Appointments and Welcome Service Manager, at m.monteiro@imperial.ac.uk Telephone: +44 (0)207 594 5498

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