Department of Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at Duke
University invites applications and nominations for faculty positions at all levels, to begin August 2008. We are interested in strong
candidates in all active research areas of computer science, both core and interdisciplinary
areas, including distributed systems, computer architecture, networking, security, database systems, algorithms, artificial intelligence, machine learning, image analysis, and
The department is committed to increasing
the diversity of its faculty, and we strongly encourage applications from women and minority candidates.
A successful candidate must have a solid
disciplinary foundation and demonstrate
promise of outstanding scholarship in every respect, including research and teaching. Please
refer to www.cs.duke.edu for information
about the department.
Applications should be submitted online at
www.cs.duke.edu/facsearch. A Ph.D. in computer science or related area is required. To
guarantee full consideration, applications and
letters of reference should be received by January 7, 2008.
Durham, Chapel Hill, and the Research Triangle of North Carolina are thriving, family-friendly communities. Duke and the many
other universities in the area offer a wealth of
education and employment opportunities for
spouses and families.
Duke University is an affirmative action,
equal opportunity employer.
Florida International University
School of Computing and
Applications are invited for multiple tenure-
track or tenured faculty positions at the levels
of Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor. A
Ph.D. in Computer Science or related areas is
required. Outstanding candidates are sought
in areas of ( 1) Software and Computer Secu-
rity; ( 2) Software and Computer Systems; ( 3)
Bio/Medical/Health Informatics; ( 4) Data
Mining; and ( 5) Human-Computer Interface
(HCI). Exceptional candidates in other areas
will be considered as well. Candidates with the
ability to forge interdisciplinary collaborations
will be favored. Candidates for senior positions
must have a proven record of excellence in research funding, publications, teaching, and
professional service, as well as demonstrated
ability for developing and leading collaborative research projects. Outstanding candidates
for the senior positions will be considered for
the endowed Ryder Professorship position.
Successful candidates are expected to develop
a high-quality funded research program and
must be committed to excellence in teaching
at both graduate and undergraduate levels.
Florida International University (FIU), the
state university of Florida in Miami, is ranked
by the Carnegie Foundation as a comprehensive
doctoral research university with high research
activity. FIU offers over 200 baccalaureate, masters and doctoral degree programs in 21 colleges
and schools. With over 38,000 students, it is
one of the 25 largest universities in the United
States, and boasts a new and accredited Law
School and the newly created College of Medicine. US News & World Report has ranked FIU
among the top 100 public universities, and
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine ranked
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at
Oregon State University invites applications for up to three
tenure-track positions in Computer Science. The School of
EECS strongly encourages teamwork and collaboration within
the School, and with other departments and universities. We are
particularly interested in candidates who can contribute richness
and depth to our Graphics/Visualization, End-User Software Engineering and Machine Learning groups. The following areas
are strong possibilities for collaboration with these groups: Computer Vision; Human Computer Interaction; Natural Language
Processing; Parallel and Distributed Computing (including multi-core and data center computing); Programming Languages;
Software Engineering; and Theoretical Computer Science (
including algorithms and optimization). Applicants should have an
earned doctorate in Computer Science/Computer Engineering
and demonstrate a strong commitment to high-quality undergraduate and graduate teaching and the development of a vi-brantresearch program. OSU is one of only two American
universities to hold the Land Grant, Sea Grant, Sun Grant, and
Space Grant designation and is the only Oregon institution recognized for its “very high research activity” (RU/VH) by the
Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. With a
faculty of 45,the School of EECS enrolls 1300 undergraduate
and 300 MS/PhD students.For more information, including in-
structions for application, visit http://www.eecs.oregonstate.edu.
OSU is an AA/EOE.
of Computer and
Located in Philadelphia, the 5th-largest city in the U.S., Temple
University is a comprehensive Carnegie Research I Institution that
serves more than 34,000 students. The CIS Department has two
undergraduate degree programs, one in Computer Science and one in
Information Science and Technology; a master's program in CIS; and a
PhD program in CIS. It has undergone considerable growth in research
in the past 7 years, during which research funding, publication rates
and the number of PhD students have more than doubled.
Applicants are expected to have outstanding research
accomplishments in computer and information sciences and a
commitment to quality undergraduate and graduate programs and
instruction. Applications from candidates with significant
interdisciplinary interests are encouraged, and administrative
experience at any academic level is an asset. Candidates from an
industry with a strong record of research and administrative leadership
are also encouraged.
Applications consisting of curriculum vitae; a statement of recent
achievements, research and teaching goals; up to three
representative publications; a vision statement; and names and
addresses of at least three references should be submitted online at
Review of candidates will start on February 1, 2008 and will continue
until the position is filled.
For further information, please visit the Department of Computer and
Information Sciences Web site at www.temple.edu/cis or e-mail to
Dr. Longin Jan Latecki, Chair, Department Chair Search Committee:
Temple University is an equal opportunity, equal access, affirmative
action employer committed to achieving a diverse community.