Department of Computer Science
The University of Chicago
1100 E. 58th Street, Ryerson Hall
Chicago, IL. 60637-1581
or to: email@example.com
(attachments can be in pdf, postscript, or Word).
Complete applications consist of (a) a curriculum vitae, including a list of publications, (b) forward-looking research and teaching statements.
Complete applications for Assistant Professor and
Instructor positions also require (c) three letters of
recommendation, sent to recommend-080140@
mailman.cs.uchicago.edu or to the above postal
address, including one that addresses teaching
ability. Applicants must have completed, or will
soon complete, a doctorate degree. We will begin
screening applications on December 15, 2008.
Screening will continue until all available positions are filled. The University of Chicago is an
equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
university of notre Dame
The Duda Family Chair in Engineering
Department of Computer Science and
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Notre Dame seeks to
fill the newly-established Duda Family Chair in
Engineering. The inaugural chair holder will have
a distinguished record of achievement at the full
professor level, and will be expected to work with
the other chaired professors and faculty in the
Department to further extend the Department’s
strong research programs, including cross-de-partmental and crosscollege multi-disciplinary
The Department offers a PhD degree as well
as accredited undergraduate programs in Computer Science and Computer Engineering. There
are approximately seventy-five students in the
Ph D program and over one hundred majors in the
undergraduate programs. Currently there are seventeen tenure-track and six non-tenure track faculty. Active areas of research include algorithms,
bioinformatics and computational biology, computer architecture and nanotechnology, data
mining / machine learning, computer vision / image analysis, and networks / systems. The Gates
Foundation recently awarded a $20 million grant
to Biology and CSE faculty in the bioinformatics
area, and the Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) together with the state of Indiana and
the city of South Bend recently announced that
the Midwest Institute for Nanoelectronics Discovery, a nanoelectronics research consortium
led by Notre Dame, has received $25 million in
The University of Notre Dame is a private,
Catholic university with a doctoral research university (extensive) Carnegie classification. Notre
Dame has an enrollment of over 11,000 students,
and it is consistently ranked in USN&WR as a top-twenty national research university. Notre Dame
is located in South Bend, Indiana. South Bend is
part of a metropolitan area of more than 300,000
residents. It has a vibrant and diverse economy
with affordable housing and excellent school
systems. Recreational opportunities in the South
Bend area include professional and collegiate
sports, a thriving arts culture, close proximity to
Lake Michigan and Chicago, and a variety of outdoor activities.
Preferred areas of expertise for the inaugural
holder of the Duda Chair are data mining /ma-chine learning or systems / networks; however,
outstanding applicants and nominees in all areas will be considered. Screening of applications
will begin immediately. Applicants should send a
statement of interest, CV, and list of references in
PDF format to DudaChairSearch@cse.nd.edu.
The University of Notre Dame is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.
universidad Javeriana cali
Tenure track position in Computer Science &
The School of Engineering of Universidad Javeriana Cali is offering tenure track positions in Computer Science and Software Engineering. Annual
Salaries plus benefits are US$40K to US$50K.
For information: Dr. Jorge F Estela, Dean of
the School, at firstname.lastname@example.org
university of oregon
Department of Computer and Information
The CIS department seeks applicants for one or
more full-time tenure-track faculty positions be-
Dean, College of Computing and Informatics
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte invites applications and nominations for the position
of Dean of the College of Computing and Informatics. Reporting to the Provost and Vice Chancellor
for Academic Affairs, the Dean provides leadership for the Departments of Computer Science and
Software & Information Systems, a growing interdisciplinary Bioinformatics program, and six
affiliated research and community engagement units.
The College of Computing and Informatics continues to experience tremendous growth since its establishment in 2000. The College offers
an interdisciplinary Ph.D. program in Information Technology with multiple tracks, including Computer Science, Software and Information
Systems, and Bioinformatics; M.S. degrees in Computer Science and Information Technology; a Professional Science Master’s degree in
Bioinformatics; B.S. and B.A. degrees; and certificate programs.
The College has gained national recognition through research institutes, including the Charlotte Visualization Center, the Diversity in
Information Technology Institute, and the Center for Digital Identity and Cyber Defense Research. The College is designated a National Center
of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Research by the National Security Agency.
The College has taken a leadership role in developing bioinformatics programs in collaboration with the developers of the North Carolina
Research Campus. A billion-dollar, 350-acre research park, less than 20 miles from UNC Charlotte, the N.C. Research Campus was founded to
serve as home to research programs in metabolomics and plant genomics and a large number of biotech companies.
The College is housed in Woodward Hall, which opened in 2005. The Bioinformatics Research Center is scheduled to move in August 2009 to
a new 75,000 sq. ft. building.
UNC Charlotte is the only doctoral-granting institution in a dynamic urban region of 1. 8 million people and offers unparalleled educational
opportunities to a culturally diverse student body of more than 23,000. (University homepage: www.uncc.edu.)
The Dean is responsible for academic leadership, strategic planning, faculty appointments, budgetary and administrative oversight,
development and alumni affairs, and external relations. Academic and community leadership; effective communication with faculty, staff, and
students; consensus building; and fundraising are all part of the day-to-day activities of the Dean.
The Dean should possess an earned doctorate and an outstanding record of scholarly achievement that is appropriate for appointment as a
tenured, full professor at a research university; an established national reputation; a proven ability to attract external funding; demonstrated results at
leading and developing an academic unit and commitment to student success; experience engaging a diverse university community; and a successful
record of establishing relationships within university, business and civic communities, and government agencies.
Charlotte is home to the world headquarters of nine Fortune 500 companies, with Bank of America and Wachovia making it the second
largest banking center in the United States. The Charlotte region is consistently ranked as one of the fastest growing and most affordable regions
in the United States and is home to over 750 foreign-owned firms representing more than 46 countries.
Application Process: Information about the application process and further details on the position and the College of Computing and
Informatics may be found atwww.provost.uncc.edu/Searches/DeanCCIU.
Confidential nominations may be submitted by mail to the Chair of the Search Committee, Dr. Owen Furuseth, Dean Search, c/o Office of
Academic Affairs, UNC Charlotte, 9201 University City Blvd., Charlotte, N.C. 28223, or by email email@example.com.
UNC Charlotte is committed to equality of educational opportunity and is an affirmative action employer. Minorities, women and individuals with
disabilities are encouraged to apply. Finalists are subject to educational and criminal background checks.