dates for several faculty positions in Biomedical Engineering, Bioinformatics, and Computational Biology. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science or in a closely
related field. Candidates with an established research program and a strong record of extramural
funding are preferred and invited to apply for senior positions. Exceptional junior candidates will also
be considered. Qualified candidates should have
strong commitment to research and teaching. We
have established a strong record of recruiting outstanding junior faculty and in providing them with
a nurturing and stimulating environment for career
development. Several of our faculty, for example,
has received the NSF Early CAREER Award. As a
part of the growth and to complement our existing Ph.D. program, we have developed an exciting
new interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Medical
Informatics in collaboration with the College of
Nursing, College of Health Sciences, School of Information Studies and School of Business Administration at our university and the Medical College
of Wisconsin. Additional information about the
new doctoral program can be found at http://
www.medinf.uwm.edu/ Applicants should send a
hard copy of a vita by post or by Fax, along with a
statement of plans for research and teaching. We
also request that at least three references be asked
to send letters to: Faculty Recruitment Coordinator for Biomedical Engineering, Department of
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, PO Box 784, Milwaukee, WI 53201-0784; Fax:(414) 229-6958.
Evaluation of applicants will begin January 15,
2008, and will continue until the position is filled.
Women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Additional information about
the Computer Science Program can be found at
http://www.cs.uwm.edu/ UWM is an equal opportunity institution committed to diversity.
Utah State University
Applications are invited for multiple faculty positions at the Assistant/Associate Professor levels, for employment beginning Fall 2008. Applicants must have completed a PhD in
computer science by the time of appointment.
The positions require demonstrated research
success, a significant potential for attracting external research funding, excellence in teaching
both undergraduate and graduate courses, the
ability to supervise student research, and excellent communication skills. Candidates for Associate Professor must have demonstrated productivity. The department is interested in
strengthening its focus in the following areas:
Software Testing/Engineering, Parallel and Distributed Systems, Security, Broadening Participation in Computing, Computational Sci-ence/Biology, and Intelligent Agent Systems.
The department has 250 undergraduate majors, 70 MS students and 25 PhD students with
17 full time faculty. The BS degree is ABET accredited. USU is a Carnegie Research Doctoral
extensive University of over 20,000 students.
Applications must be submitted using
USU’s online job-opportunity system. To access this job opportunity directly and begin
the application process, visit https://jobs.usu.
The review of the applications will begin
on January 3, 2008.
Washington University in
Department of Computer Science and
Washington University in Saint Louis Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Faculty Positions The School of Engineering
and Applied Science at Washington University has embarked on a major initiative to expand its programs and facilities. As part of this
initiative, the Department of Computer Science and Engineering is seeking outstanding
faculty in the broad area of digital systems and
architecture, including embedded computing,
advanced multi-core architectures and hybrid
computing systems. We have a special interest in candidates seeking to develop multi-disciplinary collaborations with colleagues in related disciplines. On the applications side, this
may include collaborations in systems biology,
neural engineering and genetics. On the technology and basic science side, it may include
collaborations in electrical engineering, materials and physics. Successful candidates must
show exceptional promise for research leadership and have a strong commitment to high
quality teaching at all levels.
Our faculty is engaged in a broad range of
research activities including hybrid computing architectures, networking, computational
biology, robotics, graphics, computer vision,
and advanced combinatorial optimization.
The department provides a supportive environment for research and the preparation of
doctoral students for careers in research. Our
doctoral graduates go on to positions of leadership in both academia and industry. The department values both fundamental research
and systems research with the potential for
high impact, and has a strong tradition of successful technology transfer. Limits on undergraduate enrollments and the universities
growing popularity allow us to offer small
classes and close personal attention to a diverse
student body of exceptional quality. A faculty
known for its collegiality provides a supportive environment for new arrivals. A progressive administration reaches out to academic
couples seeking to co-locate, and promotes
policies that reward research, teaching, and innovative new initiatives.
Washington University is one of the nations
leading research universities and attracts top-ranked students from across the country and
around the world. It is a medium-sized institution, with roughly 6,000 full-time undergraduates and 6,000 graduate students, allowing it to provide both a strong sense of
community and a broad range of academic opportunities. Its six professional schools provide
advanced education in engineering, medicine,
social work, business, law, architecture and art.
It has exceptional research strengths in the life
sciences and medicine, creating unmatched opportunities for interdisciplinary collaborations
for faculty in computer science and engineering. It has one of the most attractive university campuses anywhere, and is located in a
lovely residential neighborhood, adjacent to
one of the nation’s largest urban parks, in the
heart of a vibrant metropolitan area. St. Louis
is a wonderful place to live, providing access
to a wealth of cultural and entertainment opportunities, while being relatively free of the
everyday hassles and pressures of larger cities.
Applicants should hold a doctorate in Computer Engineering, Computer Science or Electrical Engineering. Qualified applicants
should submit a complete application (cover
letter, curriculum vita, research statement,
teaching statement, and names of at least three
references) electronically to recruiting@cse.
wustl.edu Other communications may be directed to Dr.
Jonathan Turner, firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be considered as they are received.
Applications received after January 15,
2008 will receive limited consideration.
Washington University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Wayne State University
Department of Computer Science
Tenure-Track Faculty Position
The Department of Computer Science of
Wayne State University invites applications
for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant/Associate Professor level. Continuing
our recent growth, we are seeking applicants
in the areas of Software Engineering and
Bioinformatics. Outstanding applicants in
other areas will also be considered.
Candidates should have a Ph.D. in computer science or a related area. The successful
candidate will have a strong commitment to
both research and teaching, a strong publication record and potential for obtaining external research funding. Senior applicants should
have strong publication and funding records.
Currently, the department has 19 faculty, 78
Ph.D. and 120 M.S. students. The Department’s total annual R&D expenditures average
between $2-3 million in research areas, includ-