position in Bioinformatics starting no later than
September 1, 2009. Appointment will be at the Assistant Professor level, with primary appointment
in Computer Science, and equal responsibility in
A Ph.D. in Computer Science, Computational
Science, Biology, or related fields is required and
post-doctoral or equivalent experience is desirable. Applicants should have experience in Bio-informatics, and be keen to do interdisciplinary
work between the departments. Applicants should
possess a strong research record with outstanding
promise for future research, and be able to demonstrate the potential for excellent undergraduate
and graduate teaching in Bioinformatics.
Memorial University is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from
qualified women and men, visible minorities,
aboriginal people and persons with disabilities.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply;
however, Canadians and permanent residents will
be given priority.
Closing date for applications will be January
15, 2009. Details and information on the application procedure may be found at http://www.mun.
ca/computerscience/employment/ (Reference #
north carolina state university (ncsu)
Teaching Faculty Positions
The Department of Computer Science at North
Carolina State University (NCSU) invites applications from outstanding committed teachers for
Teaching Assistant Professor position(s) and Lecturer position(s) starting August 2009.
Candidates for Teaching Assistant Professor
must have an earned doctorate in an appropriate
discipline by August 15, 2009. The ideal candidate
for this renewable, non-tenure-track position is
someone whose career goals are focused on the
development and delivery of excellent and innovative undergraduate Computer Science education. Successful candidates will interact with the
regional and national community, and must be
student-centered with excellent communication
skills. They will also be expected to contribute to
department efforts in scholarship and service.
Participation in high quality research activities
centered on teaching, learning and Computer
Science related pedagogy is also expected.
Candidates for Lecturer must have earned
at least an M.S. in Computer Science or closely
related discipline by August 15, 2009, and have
at least two years teaching experience. Primary
responsibilities will include teaching undergraduate Computer Science courses, with initial
focus on lower-division courses; development of
course materials; and management of introductory course sequences – including supervision of
Teaching Assistants and development of curricular materials, classroom demonstrations, and
For more details on the department and its
programs, the university, and the area, see http://
Applications will be reviewed as they are received. The positions will remain open until suitable candidates are identified, although appli-
cants are encouraged to apply by December 31,
2008. Applicants for either position should submit
cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching statement,
research and/or service statement, and names and
complete contact information of four references,
including email addresses and phone numbers.
Additional materials, especially evidence of teaching quality and innovation, are encouraged. Application materials should be submitted online
in PDF form to http://jobs.ncsu.edu (reference
either position number 04 69 0810 for Teaching
Assistant Professor or 04 69 0811 for Lecturer).
Candidates can obtain more detail about the positions advertised here at http://www.csc.ncsu.edu/
employment. Inquiries may be sent via email to
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.
northern michigan university
Mathematics / Computer Science /
Position Type: Department Head, Tenured, Full
Department: Mathematics and Computer Science
Description/Requirements: Visit HigherEdJobs.
Com or call (906) 227-2020
Annual Salary: Competitive
Application Deadline: Screening will begin December 15, 2008, and continue until the position
is filled. NMU is an AA/EOE.
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.
Department of Electrical Engineering and
Faculty Opening in Computer Engineering and
Systems at All Professorial Ranks
The Department of Electrical Engineering and
Computer Science at Northwestern University
invites applications for a tenure track faculty
position in computer engineering and systems.
Candidates at all levels will be considered. An
earned Ph.D. in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or a related field is required, as is demonstrated success within computer engineering
research and/or experimental computer systems
research. More specific areas of interest include
embedded systems, parallel systems, high performance computing, distributed systems, operating systems, compilers, power aware systems
and sensor networks. Successful candidates will
be expected to carry out world class research, collaborate with other faculty, and teach effectively
at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Compensation and start-up packages are negotiable
and will be competitive.
Northwestern EECS consists of over 50 faculty
members of national prominence whose interests span a wide range. The Computer Engineering and Systems division, with 17 faculty members, is likely to provide a particularly stimulating
collaborative environment for successful candidates. Northwestern University is located in the