university of california, santa Barbara
Veeco Endowed Chair in
Scanning Probe Techniques
UC Santa Barbara is now accepting applications
and nominations for the inaugural holder of the
Veeco Endowed Chair in Engineering and the Sciences. Candidates for the endowed chair must
hold a Ph.D. in a field that has benefited from
nanoscale characterization, including but not
limited to Materials Science, Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Energy, Multidisciplinary
Nanoscience or related discipline. Candidates
with a research emphasis on scanning probe technologies, and who have developed new scanning
probe methodologies to advance the state of the
art in their field, are strongly encouraged to apply.
The holder of the Veeco Chair may be appointed
at a senior, tenured level, with an anticipated start
date of July 1, 2009, either in the College of Engineering or in the Division of Mathematical, Life,
and Physical Sciences. For more details, please
All applicants and nominees will be held in
confidence by the Search Committee. Please send
CV, a statement of research and teaching interests, and a representative recently published paper to Dean Matthew Tirrell, attn: Veeco Endowed
Chair Search, College of Engineering, Universityof
California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106, or to Veeco-
Chair@engineering.ucsb.edu. Applications will
be shared with appropriate campus departments
in the sciences and engineering fields. Apply by
March 31, 2009 for primary consideration; however, position will remain open until filled.
An EO/AA Employer.
university of california, san Diego
Tenured or Tenure-track Faculty Positions
The UCSD Department of Computer Science and
Engineering (CSE) seeks to fill multiple faculty
positions at tenured or tenure-track positions.
We invite applications at all levels in all areas of
computer science and computer engineering,
with particular interest in the areas of algorithms
and theory, bioinformatics, and graphics. Faculty
positions in other than the tenured/tenure-track
series are also available. Exceptional candidates
in all areas will be given serious consideration.
The department is looking for applicants with
outstanding research credentials. Successful applicants are expected to lead a vigorous research
program and to have a strong commitment to
teaching. A Ph.D. in computer science or a related
area is desired. Salary and rank will be commensurate with qualifications in conformance with
University of California policies. CSE is home to
over 50 faculty and 300 graduate students who together span a range of research areas in computer
science, computer engineering, and bioinformatics. In addition, the department works closely
with the Center for Networked Systems (CNS), the
California Institute for Telecommunications and
Information Technology (Calit2), the San Diego
Supercomputer Center (SDSC), and the Center
for Wireless Communications (CWC), which provides unique opportunities and resources to our
members. Finally, the department has recently
occupied a newly constructed facility that provides significant space resources for a wide range
of research activities. More information about the
department can be found on the Web at http://
For details on how to apply click here
Closing Date: We encourage candidates to apply
online by clicking on the URL listed above. Review
of applications will begin on January 7, 2009 and
will continue until positions have been filled.
Applicants are asked to include a personal
statement summarizing teaching experience.
Please highlight any leadership efforts, and/or
contributions to promotion of diversity in the
UCSD is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer with a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and
diversity among its faculty and staff. Women and
minority applicants, veterans and persons with
disabilities are encouraged to apply.
For applicants with interest in spousal/part-ner employment, please see our Website for the
UCSD Partner Opportunities Program.
university of central oklahoma
Tenure Track Assistant Professor of
John T. Beresford Endowed Chair
The University of Central Oklahoma, College of
Mathematics and Science, Department of Computer Science is seeking a full-time tenure track
assistant professor for the John Taylor Beresford
endowed chair. This endowment includes funds
to be used for research. The requirements of the
position include teaching undergraduate computer science courses, performing research with
assistance from undergraduate students, and
serving on department/college/university committees. The successful candidate should have an
earned Ph.D. in Computer Science as of August 1,
2009. Preference will be given to applications with
a background which includes computer graphics,
software engineering, or computer gaming. The
successful candidate should have experience in
teaching and in research.
Applications are being accepted online https://
jobs.uco.edu. Refer to position #A000443. Open
until filled. Preference given to applications received before February 16, 2009.
university of colorado at Boulder
Faculty Positions in Computational Biology
The University of Colorado at Boulder invites applications for two tenure-track faculty positions
in the broad areas of computational biology and
bioinformatics, under the auspices of the Colorado Initiative in Molecular Biotechnology (cimb.
Individuals with interests in developing and
applying computational or mathematical methods to biological systems are encouraged to apply.
CIMB is a program that integrates faculty
from the departments of Applied Mathematics;
Chemical & Biological Engineering; Chemistry
& Biochemistry; Computer Science; Ecology and
Evolutionary Biology; Integrative Physiology;
Mechanical Engineering; Molecular, Cellular &
Developmental Biology; and Physics. A successful candidate may be rostered in any one of these
departments. The positions are at the Assistant
Professor level, although outstanding senior
candidates at higher ranks may be considered.
Candidates must have a Ph.D. degree and a demonstrated commitment to teaching at undergraduate and graduate levels, and will be expected to
develop an internationally recognized research
Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae,
statements of research and teaching interests,
and arrange to have three letters of reference electronically to: https://www.jobsatcu.com, posting
#805756. Review of applications will begin on or
about December 1, 2008 and will continue until
the position is filled. For more information or assistance in submission of materials, contact Janice McClintock ( Janice.Mcclintock@colorado.
edu). The University of Colorado is sensitive to
the needs of dual career couples, and is committed to diversity and equality in education and employment. See www.Colorado.edu/ArtsSciences/
Jobs/ for full job description.
university of Denver
Professor and Department Chair
The Department of Computer Science (CS) at the
University of Denver (DU) is seeking a dynamic
and visionary individual from business or academia to lead the department during this expansion phase of the School of Engineering and Computer Science. Through its strategic planning,
the faculty of our CS department have identified
Software Engineering, Game Development, and
Cyber Security as the key focus areas for the department. Our CS department benefits from a top
quality faculty, strong partnership with industry,
strong collaborations with other colleges within
DU and internationally. The CS department offers
degrees in both traditional and contemporary areas such as undergraduate degree in gaming, and
graduate degree in Computer Science Systems
Engineering. The primary focus of this new department chair will be on both educational and
research programs at graduate and undergraduate levels. DU is a private university with a strong
history of academic excellence, small classes, and
emphasis on student engagement at all levels. DU
is the oldest university in Colorado and its campus is located in the Denver metro area.
Individuals with a strong record of research,
scholarship and excellence in teaching are encouraged to apply by sending their resume, statement of interest, and a list of five references to
www.dujobs.org. PhD or PhD candidate in computer science or related areas and some level of
leadership experience are required. The University of Denver is an AA/EOE.
university of north carolina
Department of Software and
DICyDER Center Director
The Department of Software and Information
Systems at UNC Charlotte seeks to hire a tenure-track faculty member at the associate level
to serve as Director of the recently established