an outstanding educator and researcher who
designs systems, implements systems, and/or
performs rigorous empirical laboratory or
qualitative field studies. The candidate must
be able to significantly advance research and
theory in his/her own field and HCI.
Review of faculty applications will begin December 15. Your application should include
your CV, webpage URL, a statement of your research and teaching interests, copies of 1-3 representative papers, and the names, positions, and
email addresses of three or more individuals who
may be asked to provide letters of reference. Indicate your U.S. citizenship or describe your current visa status. Please send to Faculty Search
Carnegie Mellon is an affirmative action/equal
opportunity employer and we invite and encourage applications from women and minorities.
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Trinity College and
Computer Science Department
The CTW Consortium (Connecticut College,
Trinity College and Wesleyan University) announces a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in
Computer Science funded by the Andrew W.
Mellon Foundation to begin in August 2008.
The reduced teaching load of one course per semester ensures ample time for research. Applicants should have received a Ph.D. in Computer
Science or related field in the last 5 years. Responsibilities will include conducting research,
preparing new courses, giving seminar talks,
and involving undergraduates in research. Review of applications will start immediately.
Candidates should send a letter describing their
teaching and research interests, a current vita,
and three letters of reference to Professor Gary
Parker at: email@example.com. All three institutions are Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employers. For further information
Department of Computer Science
Drexel University's Department of Computer
Science ( www.cs.drexel.edu) invites applications for tenure-track faculty positions at all
levels. The preferred interest is ARTIFICIAL
INTELLIGENCE and MULTI-AGENT SYSTEMS, although exceptional applicants in
other areas will be considered. The department
has expanding graduate research and education
programs in software engineering, graphics
and vision, information assurance and security,
human-computer interaction, high-performance computing and symbolic computation.
We specialize in interdisciplinary and applied
research and are supported by several major
federal research grants from NSF, DARPA,
ONR, DoD, DoE and NIST, as well as by private sources such as Intel, Nissan, NTT, and
Lockheed Martin. The department offers BS,
BA, MS, and Ph.D. degrees in computer science as well as BS and MS degrees in software
engineering. Drexel is a designated National
Security Agency (NSA) Center of Academic
Excellence in Information Assurance Education. The department has over 425 undergraduate and over 100 graduate students, with annual research expenditures in excess of $4M.
Several of the Computer Science faculty are recipients of NSF CAREER or Young Investigator Awards. Review of applications begins im-
Max Planck Institute for Software Systems
Applications are invited for tenure-track and tenured positions in all areas related to the design, analysis and engineering of software systems, including programming languages, formal methods, security, distributed, networked and embedded systems,
databases and information systems, and human-computer interaction. A doctoral degree in computer science or related areas
and an outstanding research record are required. Successful candidates are expected to build a team and pursue a highly visible research agenda, both independently and in collaboration with other groups. Senior candidates must have demonstrated
leadership abilities and recognized international stature.
The institute offers a unique environment that combines the best aspects of a university department and a research laboratory:
• Successful candidates receive generous base funding to build and lead a team of graduate students and post-docs. They enjoy
full academic freedom and publish their research results freely.
• They have the opportunity to teach courses and supervise doctoral students, and have the flexibility to incorporate teaching
into their research agenda.
• They are provided with outstanding technical and administrative support facilities as well as internationally competitive compensation packages.
Over the next decade, the institute will grow to a strength of about 17 tenured and tenure-track researchers, and about 100 doctoral and post-doctoral positions. Additional growth is expected through outside funding. We maintain an open, international and
diverse work environment and seek applications from outstanding researchers regardless of national origin or citizenship. The
working language is English; knowledge of the German language is not required for a successful career at the institute.
The institute's locations in Kaiserslautern and Saarbruecken, Germany, offer a high standard of living, numerous cultural attractions and beautiful surroundings in the center of Europe, as well as a stimulating, competitive and collaborative work environment. In immediate proximity are the MPI for Informatics, Saarland University, the Technical University Kaiserslautern, the
German Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), and the Fraunhofer Institutes for Experimental Software Engineering and for
Qualified candidates should apply online at http://www.mpi-sws.org/application.
The review of applications will begin on January 14, 2008, and applicants are strongly encouraged to submit applications by that
date; however, applications will continue to be accepted until February 29, 2008.
The Max Planck Society is committed to increasing the representation of minorities, women and individuals with physical disabilities in Computer Science. We particularly encourage such individuals to apply.
The recently founded MPI for
Software Systems joins a network of almost eighty Max
Planck Institutes (MPI),
Germany's premier basic research facilities. MPIs have an
established record of world-class, foundational research in
the fields of medicine, biology,
chemistry, physics, technology
and humanities. Since 1948,
MPI researchers have won 17
Nobel prizes. The new MPI
aspires to meet the highest
standards of excellence and
international recognition in its
research in software systems.