versity is building a program in bioengineering, including computational approaches to
biology. As part of this multidisciplinary initiative, tenure track openings are available at
the Assistant, Associate and Full Professor levels in the School. Background, experience, and
interest will determine the departmental affiliation of successful applicants.
Within this initiative, the Department of
Computer Science is seeking faculty members
who can establish strong research and teaching programs in the area of computational biology, bioinformatics, and biometrics. Minimum qualifications include a Ph.D. in
Computer Science, Bioinformatics, or a closely
related field, demonstrated potential for excellence and productivity in research applying
computational approaches to address fundamental questions in biology or medicine, and
a commitment to high quality teaching. Candidates for a senior position must have a strong
record of external research support.
The School has more than 100 full-time faculty members, with over 40 in the CS Department. The research interests of the CS department includes artificial intelligence, algorithms,
computational biology and bioinformatics, computer graphics, computer vision, databases, data
mining, image processing, security, knowledge
engineering, parallel and distributed systems,
performance evaluation, real-time systems, robotics, software engineering, visualization, and
wireless and mobile computing. The department
has several collaborative research and teaching activities in computational biology and bioinformatics with other Mason units. For more information, visit our Web site: http://cs.gmu.edu/.
For full consideration please submit application and application materials on-line at
http://jobs.gmu.edu (position number F9086z).
To apply online you will need a statement of
professional goals including your perspective on
teaching and research, a complete CV with publications, and the names of four references. The
review of applications will begin immediately
and will continue until the positions are filled.
George Mason University is a growing, innovative, entrepreneurial institution with national distinction in several academic fields.
Enrollment is 30,000, with students studying
in over 100 degree programs on four campuses
in the greater Washington, DC area. Potential
interactions with government agencies, industry, medical institutions, and other universities
abound. GMU is anequal opportunity/affirma
tive action employer that encourages diversity.
of Assistant Professor beginning Fall 2008.
We are seeking a faculty member who can
establish strong research and teaching programs in the area of computer game development. Applicants must have a research focus
in an area in computer games technology —
for example, in artificial intelligence, computer graphics, real-time animation, simulation and modeling, distributed and multi-agent systems, or software engineering, as
applied to computer games. Minimum qualifications include a Ph.D. in Computer Science
or a related field, demonstrated potential for
excellence and productivity in research, and a
commitment to high quality teaching.
The department currently offers a graduate
certificate in Computer Games Technology, and
is adding a concentration in Computer Game
Design to its undergraduate program. The
Computer Game Design concentration is being
UCL Department of Computer Science
2 Faculty Positions
The Department of Computer Science at University College
London (UCL) seeks applications for two faculty positions in
the areas of networks, systems and ubiquitous computing,
at the rank of Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, or Reader (the first
equivalent to Assistant Professor and the latter two
equivalent to Associate Professor in the US system),
commensurate with qualifications. Areas of interest include
network protocols, network architectures, wireless
networks, mobile and ubiquitous systems, defences against
network attacks, distributed systems, computer system
security, and operating systems, all with an emphasis on
Applicants must hold an earned PhD in Computer Science
or a closely related field by the time they begin their
appointment. They will be evaluated chiefly on the
significance and novelty of their research to date, and their
promise for leading a group in a fruitful programme of
research. They must also demonstrate an enthusiasm for
teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels.
Further details about UCL CS, the posts, and how to apply
may be found at:
All application materials must reach UCL by the 15th of
George Mason University
Department of Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at
George Mason University invites applications
for a tenure-track faculty position at the rank
Questions about these positions may be directed to
Professor Anthony Finkelstein, email@example.com or
Professor Mark Handley, firstname.lastname@example.org