Professor James Henderson Naismith

BSc PhD DSc FRSC FRSB FAAS FRS FRSE FMedSci

Academic Background

I grew up in Hamilton, in the west of Scotland attending local state schools. I graduated from Edinburgh in 1989 with a BSc in Chemistry. As a Carnegie scholar I obtained my PhD in Structural Biochemistry from Manchester in 1992. Following a NATO fellowship (1993-1994) in the lab of Steve Sprang in Dallas, I took a lectureship at St Andrews Chemistry in 1995.  

Professor Hamish Scott

M.A. (Edin.); Ph.D. (London); FBA, FRSE, MAE, F.R.Hist.Soc.

Academic Background

I was educated at George Heriot’s School, Edinburgh, was then an undergraduate at the University of Edinburgh, and went on to do postgraduate research at the London School of Economics. I taught at the University of Birmingham (1970-78) and then at that of St Andrews (1979-2009), retiring as Wardlaw Professor of International History. I am a fellow of the British Academy and the Royal Society of Edinburgh, and a member of the European Academy.

Undergraduate Teaching

Early modern European history.

Mrs Sophie Chandler-Millington

BA, BCL

Academic Background

2010-13 BA Law, Oxford

2013-14 BCL, Oxford

2014-15 BPTC

2015-16 Pupillage, Pump Court Tax Chambers

Associate Lecturer at the University of Surrey since January 2017.

Undergraduate Teaching

Trusts law, Land law, European Union law.

Research Interests

My main area of research covers tax law. I am currently focused on small business taxation with a focus on partnerships.

Dr Friederike Otto

Diploma in Physics, PhD in Philosophy

Academic Background

I obtained my degree in Physics at the University of Potsdam in Germany and my PhD in Philosophy of Science at the Free University Berlin.

Undergraduate Teaching

Climatology and meteorology, remote sensing, climate policy.

Postgraduate Teaching

Climatology, climate modelling, climate policy.

Research Interests

Extreme weather events, Loss and damage, quantification of uncertainty, climate modelling.

Non-Stipendiary Junior Research Fellowship in Computer Science

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Salary enhancement sum: currently £2,227 p.a., will be paid.

Jesus College, Oxford invites applications for a Non-Stipendiary Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) in Computer science, tenable for three years from 11 October 2017 or as soon as possible thereafter. The Fellowship is intended for candidates who are at an early stage in their academic career. 

CHEF

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The full time equivalent salary range for this role is between £21,220 p.a. and £25,298 p.a. Starting salaries are usually at the bottom of the band. Progression through the salary band is available through annual increments, assuming satisfactory performance.

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