puter science with systems and machine learning
being high-priority areas.
Faculty members are expected to be outstanding scholars and to participate in teaching at all
levels from undergraduate to doctoral.
New appointees will be offered competitive
salaries and startup packages, with affordable
housing within a short walking distance of the
department. New York University is located in
Greenwich Village, one of the most attractive residential areas of Manhattan.
The department has 34 regular faculty members and several clinical, research, adjunct, and
visiting faculty members. The department’s current research interests include algorithms and
theory, computational biology, computer vision,
cryptography, distributed and parallel computing, graphics and multimedia, machine learning,
natural language processing, networking, scientific computing, and verification and programming languages.
Collaborative research with industry is facilitated by geographic proximity to computer science activities at AT&T, Google, IBM, Bell Labs,
NEC, Siemens and Telcordia.
Please apply online at http://webern.cs.nyu.
To guarantee full consideration, applications
should be submitted no later than Jan. 2, 2009;
however, this is not a hard deadline, as all candidates will be considered to the extent feasible, until all positions are filled. Visiting positions may
also be available.
New York University is an equal opportunity/
affirmative action employer.
north carolina state university
Department of Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at NC State
University (NCSU) seeks to fill multiple tenure
track faculty positions starting August 16, 2009.
Successful candidates must have a strong commitment to academic and research excellence,
and an outstanding research record commensurate with the expectations of a major research
university. Required credentials include a doctorate in Computer Science or a related field. While
the department expects to hire faculty primarily
at the Assistant Professor level, candidates with
exceptional research records are encouraged to
apply for senior positions.
Exceptional candidates in all areas of Computer Science will be considered, but of particular
interest are candidates specializing in Computer
Games and in Software Engineering. New Games
faculty will play an active role in the Digital Games
Research Center. New Software Engineering faculty will play an active role in the Center for Open
Software Engineering and in the Secure Open Systems Initiative.
The Department is one of the largest and oldest in the country. It is placed in the NCSU’s College of Engineering, which has recently received
significant increases in private and public funding, faculty positions, and facilities that will assist
the Department in attaining its goals. The department’s research expenditures and recognitions
are growing steadily. For example, we have one of
the largest concentrations of the prestigious NSF
Early Career Award winners ( 18 total).
NCSU is located in Raleigh, capital of North
Carolina, which forms one vertex of the world-famous Research Triangle Park (RTP). RTP is an
innovative environment, both as a metropolitan
area with one of the most diverse industrial bases
in the world, and as a center of excellence promoting technology and science. The Research Triangle area is routinely recognized in nationwide
surveys as one of the best places to live in the U.S.
We enjoy outstanding public schools, affordable
housing, and great weather, all in the proximity of
the mountains and the seashore.
Applications will be reviewed as they are
received. The positions will remain open until
suitable candidates are identified. Applicants
will receive consideration starting December 15,
2008. Applicants should submit the following
online at http://jobs.ncsu.edu (reference position number 04-69-0808): cover letter, curriculum
vitae, research statement, teaching statement,
and names and complete contact information of
four references, including email addresses and
phone numbers. Candidates can obtain information about the department and its research programs, as well as more detail about the positions
advertised here at http://www.csc.ncsu.edu/jobs.
Inquiries may be sent via email to: facultyhire@
North Carolina State University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. In addition, NC State University welcomes all persons
without regard to sexual orientation. Individuals
with disabilities desiring accommodations in the
application process should contact the Department of Computer Science at (919) 515-2858.
Windows Kernel Source and Curriculum Materials for
Academic Teaching and Research.
The Windows® Academic Program from Microsoft® provides the materials you
need to integrate Windows kernel technology into the teaching and research
of operating systems.
The program includes:
• Windows Research Kernel (WRK): Sources to build and experiment with a
fully-functional version of the Windows kernel for x86 and x64 platforms, as
well as the original design documents for Windows NT.
• Curriculum Resource Kit (CRK): PowerPoint® slides presenting the details
of the design and implementation of the Windows kernel, following the
ACM/IEEE-CS OS Body of Knowledge, and including labs, exercises, quiz
questions, and links to the relevant sources.
• ProjectOZ: An OS project environment based on the SPACE kernel-less OS
project at UC Santa Barbara, allowing students to develop OS kernel projects
These materials are available at no cost, but only for non-commercial use by universities.
For more information, visit www.microsoft.com/WindowsAcademic
or e-mail email@example.com.
northern arizona university
Advanced Engineering Design
The College of Engineering, Forestry, and Natural Sciences at Northern Arizona University in
Flagstaff, Arizona invites applications for one
( 1) tenure-track faculty position in the areas of
Sustainable Systems and/or Advanced Engineering Design. This is a new position created to
support our recently implemented Master of Science Engineering (MSE) program. The successful candidate will start his or her duties at the
beginning of the fall 2009 semester in August.
Minimum qualifications are an earned doctorate in civil engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, environmental engineering,
or mechanical engineering; or a closely allied
engineering or computational science field.
Preferred qualifications include experience or
demonstrable interests in: teaching courses
related to design processes, interdisciplinary
approaches, and sustainable systems engineering; a research agenda compatible with the MSE
themes that supports the research and funding
needs of MSE students; supporting one or more
of our existing engineering and computer science undergraduate programs; collaborating
across the disciplines of the College; and working with diverse populations. Previous experience in industry, consulting, non-governmental
organizations, or the public sector is also desirable. Please see http://www.nau.edu/hr for full
position announcement. NAU is an AA/EEO/
M WDV Employer.