Fargo is a clean, growing metropolitan area
of 250,000 that consistently ranks near the top in
national quality-of-life surveys. We have low levels
of crime and pollution, excellent schools, short
commutes, and proximity to the Minnesota lake
country. The community has a symphony, an opera, a domed stadium, a community theater, three
colleges, a research technology park and many
other amenities. See http://www.cs.ndsu.nodak.
edu/ positions.htm for more information. NDSU is
an equal opportunity institution. Job closing will
be March 15, 2008 or until position is filled.
university of arkansas, Little Rock
Department of Information Science
UALR Department of Information Science seeks
tenure track Assistant Professor. Specialization:
Web science, technology & development. Solid
research and teaching expected. See Job #623 at
university of Central florida
School of Electrical Engineering &
UCF School of Electrical Engineering and
Computer Science is looking for exceptional
tenure-track faculty, primarily at the assistant
professor level. EECS is specifically interested
in hiring up to six candidates with research in
the following three areas.
Software Engineering: Software processes
and workflows, secure and reliable software architectures, software tools and development
environments, program comprehension and
visualization, software economics, engineering
embedded and real-time software, ubiquitous
and pervasive computing, empirical studies, and
Space Systems: small satellites, space weather, sensors, embedded systems, imaging systems,
communications, command and data management, power and propulsion.
Energy: Renewable energy research and technology, including photovoltaic applications,
distributed electrical power generation and distribution, integrated power networks, renewable
energy systems and storage, renewable power system control, computational methods for energy
systems, and applications of power electronics in
energy conversion systems.
EECS offers a competitive salary and start-up
package, and UCF provides generous benefits.
New faculty members have graduate student support and significantly reduced teaching loads.
Applicants should have a Ph.D. in a related
area to EECS disciplines by the start of the appointment and a strong commitment to the
academic process, including teaching, scholarly
publications and sponsored research. Successful
candidates will have a record of high-quality publications and be recognized for their potential.
EECS at UCF is the oldest Ph.D. granting CS
program in the state of Florida and has a rapidly
growing educational and research program with
nearly $12 million in research contracts and over
500 graduate students and 2,000 undergraduates.
UCF is strongly committed to continuing the
buildup of strength in EECS, including a move in
late 2006 to a new, state-of-the-art building: the
Harris Corp. Engineering Center.
Research sponsors include NSF, NASA, DOT,
ARO, ONR, PEOSTRI, RDECOM and other agencies of the DOD. Industry sponsors include Adapt-ec, ATI, Boeing, Canon, Electronic Arts, Harris,
Honeywell, IBM, Imagesoft, Intel, Lockheed Martin, Lucent, Oracle and Sun Microsystems as well
as local high-tech start-ups.
UCF has over 50,000 students and is among
the nation’s top- 10 largest universities. Located
in Orlando, EECS and UCF are at the center of
the I- 4 High Tech Corridor with an excellent
industrial base in telecommunications, computer systems, semiconductors, defense, space,
lasers, simulation, software and the world-renowned entertainment/theme park industry.
Adjacent to UCF is a thriving research park that
hosts many high-technology companies and the
Institute for Simulation and Training. UCF also
has a new medical school. Exceptional weather,
easy access to the seashore, one of the largest
convention centers in the nation and an international airport that is among the world’s best
are just a few features that make the UCF/Or-lando area ideal.
To submit an application, please go to: http://
UCF is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Women and minorities are particularly encouraged to apply.
THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHARLOTTE
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
The Department invites applications for the position of Department
Chair. Candidates for the position must have a Ph.D. in Computer
Science or a closely related field, a record of scholarly research and
publication commensurate with that of Full Professor, evidence of
a commitment to excellence in teaching, and strong administrative
skills. Computer Science is the largest department within the
College of Computing and Informatics, and offers B.S., B.A. and
M.S. programs in Computer Science, and a Computer Science track
within the IT Ph.D. program. Currently, the Department has 60 Ph.D.
students, 130 M.S. students, and more than 30 faculty with areas
of expertise which include Visualization and Management of Data,
Networking, Robotics, Knowledge Discovery, Game Design, and
Computer Vision. The University is located on a 1000-acre campus
in Charlotte and has over 23,000 students, with an enrollment of
35,000 expected by 2020. The Chair is expected to bring energy
and enthusiasm to the continued development of the Department
and its role in one of the most rapidly growing universities in the
country. Applications must be made electronically at https://
jobs.uncc.edu (position #1912) and must include a CV, a list of 4
references, and statements on research, teaching, and leadership/
management style. Informal inquiries can be made to the Search
Committee Chair, Lawrence Mays, at email@example.com.
Review of applications will begin in immediately and continue until
the position is filled. All inquires and applications will be treated
as confidential. The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is
an EOE/AA employer and an ADVANCE Institution. For additional
information, please visit our website at http://www.cs.uncc.edu
Senior Faculty Position
Department of Computer and Information Sciences in the
College of Science and Technology at Temple University
Applications are invited for the position of a senior faculty at Associate or
Full Professor level in the Department of Computer and Information
Sciences in the College of Science and Technology at Temple University.
Applicants are expected to have outstanding research accomplishments, a
record of funded research in computer science/engineering, and a commitment to quality undergraduate and graduate programs and instruction.
Applications from candidates with significant systems research are
encouraged, and interdisciplinary/multidisciplinary research track records
are a plus. Candidates from industry with a strong record are also encouraged. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to,
• Large-Scale Distributed Computing Systems
• Wired and Wireless Networks
• Trustworthy and Reliable Computing Systems
Applications consisting of curriculum vitae, a statement of recent achievements and visions for research and teaching, up to three representative
publications, and the names and addresses of at least three references
should be submitted online at
Review of candidates will start on February 15, 2009 and will continue
until the position is filled. For further information, check http://www. temple.edu/cis or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Temple University is an equal opportunity, equal access, affirmative action
employer committed to achieving a diverse community (AA, EOE, M/F/D/V).
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