Environmental Sciences, Geophysics, and Environmental Earth System Science (proposed).
Further information about the School of Earth
Sciences and this search can be found at
Stanford University is an equal opportunity
employer and is committed to increasing the
diversity of its faculty. It welcomes nominations of and applications from women and minority groups, as well as others who would
bring additional dimensions to the universitys research, teaching and service missions.
Please apply online in electronic format (.pdf
only) with the following application material:
cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement out-
lining research and teaching experience and
interests, and the names and addresses of four
addressed to Computational Geosciences
Search Committee. Applications received by
January 31, 2008 will receive full considera-
tion, though the position will remain open un-
til the appropriate applicant is identified.
Stevens Institute of Technology
Computer Science Department
The Computer Science Department at Stevens
Institute of Technology invites applications for
one or more faculty positions in the following
areas: machine learning (with applications that
would complement our current strengths in vi-sion/graphics, security/privacy, programming
languages, and networking); secure systems and
cryptography; computational systems biology;
experimental software engineering; and networking. Outstanding applicants in other areas
may also be considered. Hiring is likely to be
at the assistant professor level, although outstanding candidates at other levels may be considered. Applicants are expected to have a Ph. D.
in Computer Science or a closely related field.
Stevens Institute of Technology is a private
university located in Hoboken, New Jersey.
The 55-acre campus is on the Hudson river
across from midtown Manhattan within a few
minutes from NYC via public transportation.
Hoboken is a small upscale urban city, the res-
idence of New Jersey's governor, and the res-
idence of choice for many professionals work-
ing in NYC. Faculty live in Hoboken, NYC,
and in bucolic suburban communities in
Northern New Jersey along commuter train
lines to Hoboken and NYC. Stevens' location
offers excellent opportunities for collabora-
tions with nearby universities such as NYU,
Princeton, Columbia, and Rutgers/DIMACS
as well as industrial research
laboratories such as Bell Labs, AT&T Labs,
IBM Research, Google New York, Siemens,
and the Sarnoff Corporation.
Applications should be submitted electron-
ically at http://www.cs.stevens.edu/Search.
Applications should include a curriculum vitae, teaching and research statements, and contact information for three references. Candidates should ask their references to send letters
directly to the search committee. Text or PDF
are strongly preferred for all application materials and reference letters. Further information is provided at the web site.
Review of applications will begin on January 15, 2008. Stevens is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.
State University of New York at
Department of Computer Science
The Thomas J. Watson School of
Engineering and Applied Science
Applications are invited for a tenure-track position at the Assistant/Associate Professor level beginning in Fall 2008. Salary and startup packages are competitive. We are especially interested
in candidates with specialization in (a) Embedded Systems and Compilers or (b) Ubiquitous
Computing/Information Access or (c) Information Security or (d) Areas related to systems development. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in
Computer Science or a closely related discipline
by the time of appointment. Strong evidence of
research capabilities and commitment to teaching are essential. We offer a significantly reduced
teaching load for junior tenure track faculty for
at least the first three years.
Binghamton is one of the four Ph.D. granting University Centers within the SUNY system and is nationally recognized for its academic excellence. The Department has well-established Ph.D. and M.S. programs, an accredited B.S. program and is on a successful and
aggressive recruitment plan. Local high-tech
companies such as IBM, Lockheed-Martin,
BAE and Universal Instruments provide opportunities for collaboration. Binghamton borders
the scenic Finger Lakes region of New York.
Submit a resume and the names of three references to the url address:
First consideration will be given to applications that are received by March 1, 2008.
Applications will be considered until the positions are filled.
Binghamton University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Computer Science Department
Applications are invited for a tenure track assis-
tant professor position (pending administrative
approval) and for a one year leave replacement po-
sition at the assistant professor level. Both posi-
tions begin August 2008. Swarthmore College is
a small, selective liberal arts college located in a
suburb of Philadelphia. The Computer Science
Department offers majors and minors in computer
science at the undergraduate level. The teaching
load is 2 courses per semester.
Applicants must have teaching experience and
should be comfortable teaching a wide range of
courses at the introductory and intermediate level.
For the tenure track position we will consider
all areas of CS that complement our current offerings, particularly applied algorithms. Candidates
should additionally have a strong commitment to
involving undergraduates in their research. A
Ph.D. in CS by or near the time of appointment
is required. We expect to begin interviewing in
late January 2008.
For the leave replacement position, all areas of
CS will be considered. Depending on administrative approval, the leave replacement position could
be a multi-year appointment. A Ph.D. in CS is
preferred (ABD is required). We expect to begin
interviewing in mid February 2008.
See http://cs.swarthmore.edu/jobs for application submission information and more details
about both positions. Swarthmore College is an
equal opportunity employer. Applications from
women and members of minority groups are encouraged. Applications will be accepted until the
positions are filled.
Department of Computer Science
The Computer Science Dept has an opening for a
tenure-track Asst Professor, starting 8/1/2008.
PhD in CS or closely related area required. Must
demonstrate potential to effectively teach CS core
areas and to effectively direct students in our Internet Computing MS program. All areas of research considered, but preference will be given to
candidates with expertise in distributed computing. Excellent communications skills required.
Must have a commitment to the continued improvement of teaching, utilizing research-based
practices. Submit TTU faculty application (http://
copies of graduate transcripts (official transcripts
required upon hire), 3 current reference letters to:
Faculty Search, Computer Science Dept, Tennessee Technological University, P.O. Box 5101,
Cookeville, TN 38505. Email: search@csc.
tntech.edu. Screening begins 2/1/2008; open until filled. AA/EEO
The Chinese University
of Hong Kong
Department of Systems Engineering and
THE CHINESE UNIVERSITY OF HONG
KONG, Department of Systems Engineer-
ing and Engineering Management invites