ginning fall, 2009. We anticipate appointments
at the rank of Assistant Professor; however, in
the case of exceptionally qualified candidates appointments at any rank may be considered. The
University of Oregon is an AAU research university located in Eugene, two hours south of Portland,
and within one hour’s drive of both the Pacific
Ocean and the snow-capped Cascade Mountains.
The CIS department is housed within the College of Arts and Sciences and part of the recently
dedicated Lorry Lokey Science Complex. The College appreciates the increasing role that computer science plays in other disciplines and supports
our goals of strengthening our ties with the other
sciences. Applicants interested in interdisciplinary research are encouraged to apply. We offer a
stimulating and friendly environment for collaborative research both within the department
and with other departments on campus. The CIS
department is associated with the Cognitive and
Decision Sciences Institute, the Computational
Science Institute, the Neuro-Informatics Center,
and the Computational Intelligence Research
This department recognizes that computer
science is undergoing rapid change as an academic discipline, and accordingly seeks to hire
faculty in emerging areas of computer science
as well as more established areas including distributed computing, data mining, networking,
computational science (visualization, high performance computing), and HCI (usability, accessibility, interfaces).
The CIS department offers B.S., M.S. and Ph.D.
degrees. More information about the department,
its programs and faculty can be found at http://
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committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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and graduate levels. Applicants should send their
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Committee, Dept. of Computer and Information
Science, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403-
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Review of applications will begin January 5,
2009, and continue until the position is filled.
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cultural diversity and compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. We are committed to
creating a more inclusive and diverse institution
and seek candidates with demonstrated potential
to contribute positively to its diverse community.
university of Pennsylvania
Department Of Computer And Information
The University of Pennsylvania invites applicants
for tenure-track appointments in both experimental and theoretical computer science to start
July 1, 2009. Tenured appointments will also be
considered. Faculty duties include teaching undergraduate and graduate students and conducting high-quality research.
The Department of Computer and Information Science has undergone a major expansion,
including new faculty positions and a new building, Levine Hall, which was opened in April 2003.
Over the last few years, we have successfully recruited faculty in artificial intelligence, architecture, databases, machine vision, programming
languages, security and graphics. We are now especially interested in candidates in architecture
and systems, although outstanding candidates in
other areas might also be considered. Successful
applicants will find Penn to be a stimulating environment conducive to professional growth
The University of Pennsylvania is an Ivy
League University located near the center of Philadelphia, the 5th largest city in the US. Within
walking distance of each other are its Schools of
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cultural opportunities, major technology-driven
industries such as pharmaceuticals, finance, and
aerospace, as well as attractive urban and suburban residential neighborhoods. Princeton and
New York City are within commuting distance.
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THE CHINESE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG
Dean of the Faculty of Engineering
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, founded in 1963, aspires to be acknowledged
regionally and internationally as a first-class comprehensive research university.
The University offers a broad spectrum of programmes up to PhD level in various
disciplines organized under eight ( 8) Faculties (viz. Arts, Business Administration,
Education, Engineering, Law, Medicine, Science and Social Science), with a team
of over 2,000 full-time teaching and research staff. In 2007-08, undergraduate and
postgraduate enrolment in publicly-funded programmes stands close to 10,700
and 3,400 respectively ( http://www.cuhk.edu.hk).
The Faculty of Engineering comprises the Departments of Computer Science
and Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Information Engineering, Mechanical
and Automation Engineering, and Systems Engineering and Engineering
Management. The Faculty has about 250 full-time teaching and research staff,
1,550 undergraduate and 430 postgraduate research students. Detailed
information on the Faculty is available at http://www.erg.cuhk.edu.hk/.
The Dean of Faculty will be a member of the University senior management
team reporting to the University Council via the Vice-Chancellor/President or
the Provost. As the academic and executive head of the Faculty, the Dean will
provide academic leadership and discharge administrative responsibilities in
respect of academic, staff, financial and student matters.
Candidates should be academics with established scholarship appropriate for
appointment at professor level in an academic department, with an appreciation
of the breadth of research and educational developments in the fields relevant
to the Faculty. They should have demonstrated capability for academic
leadership and management at an appropriate level in higher education
institutions, long-term vision for the development of the Faculty, and excellent
interpersonal and communication skills.
Salary and fringe benefits for the post will be highly competitive, commensurate
with qualifications and experience.
Please send applications/nominations under confidential cover, to the Search
Committee for the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, c/o Office of the Vice-Chancellor/President, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, N. T.,
Hong Kong [fax: (852) 2603 5230; e-mail: SCDeanship@cuhk.edu.hk]. All
applications/nominations will be treated in strict confidence. The Personal
Information Collection Statement will be provided upon request.
Consideration of applications/nominations will begin in August 2008 and will
continue until the post is filled. The University reserves the right to fill the post