University of Illinois at
Computer Science Department
The Computer Science Department at the University of Illinois at Springfield (UIS) invites applications for a beginning assistant professor,
tenure track position to begin August 2008.
Please note that a Ph.D. in Computer Science
or closely related field is required at the time of
hire. The position involves graduate and undergraduate teaching, supervising student research,
and continuing your research. Many of our
classes are taught online. All areas of expertise
will be considered. Review of applications will
begin November 1, 2007 and continue until the
position is filled or the search is terminated.
Please send your vita and contact information
for three references to Chair Computer Science
Search Committee; One University Plaza; UHB
3100; Springfield, IL 62703-5407.
Located in the state capital, the University
of Illinois at Springfield (UIS) is one of three
campuses of the University of Illinois. The UIS
campus serves over 4,000 students in 19 graduate and 20 undergraduate programs. The academic curriculum of the campus emphasizes
a strong liberal arts core, an array of professional programs, extensive opportunities in experiential education, and a broad engagement
in public affairs issues of the day. The campus
offers many small classes, substantial student-faculty interaction, and a technology enhanced
learning environment. Its diverse student body
includes traditional, non-traditional, and international students. UIS faculty are committed
teachers, active scholars, and professionals in
service to society. You are encouraged to visit
the university web page at http://www.uis.edu
and the department’s page at http://csc.uis.edu
. UIS is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer with a strong institutional commitment to recruitment and retention of a diverse and inclusive campus community.
Women, minorities, veterans, and persons with
disabilities are encouraged to apply.
University of Iowa
Computer Science Department
The Computer Science Department seeks appli-
cations for one tenure-track assistant professor po-
sition commencing August 2008. Applications
from all areas of computer science and informat-
ics are invited. We also welcome applicants do-
ing research at the frontiers of computing in con-
nection with other disciplines. The Department
offers BA, BS, and PhD degrees in Computer Sci-
ence, and in Fall 2007 added BA and BS degrees
in Informatics (see http:// www.cs.uiowa.edu/In-
formatics. Candidates must hold a PhD in com-
puter science, informatics, or a closely related dis-
cipline. Applications received by January 15,
2008, are assured of full consideration. Applications should contain a CV, research, and teaching
statements. Please have three letters of recommendation sent directly to us (pdf email preferred). Apply: Via the Web at http://www.cs.
uiowa.edu/hiring/Or by email to cs_hiring@
cs.uiowa.edu Or by U.S. mail to: Faculty Search
Committee Computer Science Department University of Iowa 14 MacLean Hall Iowa City, IA
52242-1419 The University of Iowa is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. The
Department and the College of Liberal Arts and
Sciences are strongly committed to diversity and
maintain ties to programs on campus that provide a supportive environment for women and
minorities, such as the Women in Science and
Engineering program. The strategic plans of the
University, College, and Department reflect this
commitment to diversity.
University of Kansas
Faculty Position in
The Center for Bioinformatics ( www.bioinfor
matics.ku.edu) and the Department of Electri-
cal Engineering and Computer Science (http://
www.eecs.ku.edu) at The University of Kansas
invite applications for a tenure-track assistant
professor position expected to begin August 18,
2008. The Bioinformatics initiative is part of a
major expansion in Life Sciences and comple-
ments existing strengths in information tech-
nology, structural biology, computational chem-
istry, biophysics, proteomics, developmental and
molecular genetics, and drug design. Duties: to
establish and maintain an externally-funded re-
search program, to participate in teaching, and
to provide service. Required Qualifications:
Ph.D. in a discipline related to Bioinformatics
or Computer Science expected by start date of
appointment; potential for excellence in research
in Bioinformatics; and commitment to teaching
bioinformatics and computer science courses;
strong record of research accomplishments in at
least one of the following areas: biomolecular
networks modeling, bioinformatics databases,
and computational modeling of biomolecular
systems. For the full position announcement,
refer to: http://www2.ku.edu/~clas/employ-
ment/ FY09_Index.htm and click the Bioinfor-
matics/EECS download button. E-mail applica-
tion as a single file, including CV, letter of ap-
plication, statement of past and future research
and teaching interests and philosophy to:
email@example.com. Have at least three letters of
reference sent separately to: Dr. Robert F.
Weaver, Professor and Associate Dean, College
of Liberal Arts and Sciences, c/o Anne Sawyer,
The University of Kansas, 1450 Jayhawk Blvd,
200 Strong Hall, Lawrence, KS 66045-7535.
Initial review of applications begins January 15,
2008 and will continue until the position is
filled. EO/AA Employer.
University of Kentucky
Department of Computer Science
The University of Kentucky Computer Science Department invites applications for a
tenure-track position beginning August 15,
2008 at the assistant professor level. Candidates should have a PhD in Computer Science.
Review of credentials will begin on January
15, 2008, and will continue until a suitably
qualified candidate is found.
We are especially interested in candidates
with expertise in computer vision, image
recognition, visualization, multimedia, 3-D
reconstruction of environments, computer
graphics, and the intersection of databases/
data mining with visualization. A successful
candidate will have an opportunity to be a
member of The Center for Visualization & Virtual Environments, which was established in
2003 with funding from the Kentucky Office
of the New Economy and has grown to include
15 associated faculty, with upwards of $17
million in grants and contracts to date.
The University of Kentucky Department of
Computer Science awards B.S., M.S., and
Ph.D. degrees. The Department has 23 faculty
members committed to excellence in education, research and service. It has about 200 undergraduate and 150 graduate students.
The Department has strong research programs in distributed computing, computer
networks, computer vision and graphics, artificial intelligence, scientific computing, cryptography, and information-based complexity.
To apply, a UK Academic Profile must be
submitted at www.uky.edu/ukjobs using job
#SP519818. Questions should be directed to
HR/Employment (phone 1-859-257-9555
press 2 or email firstname.lastname@example.org), or
Diane Mier ( email@example.com) in the Computer Science Department.
We are accepting applications now. The application deadline is March 1, 2008, but may
be extended as needed. Upon offer of employment, successful applicants must undergo a
national background check as required by
University of Kentucky Human Resources.
The University of Kentucky is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from minorities and women.
University of Louisiana at
Computer Science Department
Applications and nominations are invited for a
tenure track position at the assistant professor