Computer Science Department
Tenure-Track Faculty Position
Carleton College invites applications for a tenure-
track position in computer science, in any area of
specialization, to begin September 1, 2010. More
details on this position can be found at
Carleton is a highly selective liberal arts college
with outstanding, enthusiastic students. We seek
an equally enthusiastic computer scientist committed to excellence in teaching, curriculum design,
ongoing research, and undergraduate research
advising. To apply, send cover letter, CV, brief statements describing teaching philosophy and research
agenda, graduate transcript, and three reference letters, at least one of which addresses your teaching,
to email@example.com. Electronic submissions
(pdf) are preferred, or write to: Tenure-Track Search
Committee, Computer Science Department, Carleton College, One North College Street, Northfield,
MN 55057. Applications completed by January 1,
2010 will receive full consideration.
Carleton College is an affirmative action/
equal opportunity employer. We are committed
to developing our faculty to better reflect the diversity of our student body and American society.
Women and members of minority groups are
strongly encouraged to apply.
Department of Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at Duke University invites applications and nominations for faculty positions at an assistant professor level, to begin
August 2010. We are interested in strong candidates
in all active research areas of computer science,
both core and interdisciplinary areas, including algorithms, artificial intelligence, computational economics, computer architecture, computer vision,
database systems, distributed systems, machine
learning, networking, security, and theory.
The department is committed to increasing
the diversity of its faculty, and we strongly encourage applications from women and minority
A successful candidate must have a solid disciplinary foundation and demonstrate promise of
outstanding scholarship in every respect, including
research and teaching. Please refer to www.cs.duke.
edu for information about the department and to
www.provost.duke.edu/faculty/ for information
about the advantages that Duke offers to faculty.
Applications should be submitted online at
www.cs.duke.edu/facsearch. A Ph.D. in computer
science or related area is required. To guarantee
full consideration, applications and letters of reference should be received by January 3, 2010.
Durham, Chapel Hill, and the Research Triangle of North Carolina are vibrant, diverse, and
thriving communities, frequently ranked among
the best places in the country to live and work.
Duke and the many other universities in the area
offer a wealth of education and employment opportunities for spouses and families.
Duke University is an affirmative action, equal
illinois institute of technology
Department of Computer Science
Applications are invited for a tenure-track assistant
professor position in Computer Science beginning
Fall 2010. Highly qualified candidates from all areas of computing will be considered. Applicants
from experimental and systems areas are especially encouraged. Excellence in research, teaching
and obtaining external funding is expected.
The Department offers B.S., M.S., and Ph.D.
degrees in Computer Science and has research
strengths in distributed systems, information
retrieval, computer networking, intelligent information systems and algorithms. The Department
has strong connections to Fermilab and Argonne
National Laboratories and local industry.
IIT, located within 10 minutes of downtown
Chicago, has entered an exciting ne w era of prominence in science, technology, and engineering
and has hired several top administrators to help
build on the university’s reputation, excellence
in research and education, and diversity. IIT is an
Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer.
Evaluation will start December 1, 2009 and
continue until position is filled. Applicants
should send a detailed curriculum vita, a statement of research and teaching interests, and the
names and email addresses of at least four references to:
Computer Science Faculty Search Committee
Department of Computer Science
Illinois Institute of Technology
10 W. 31st Street
Chicago, IL 60616
max Planck institute for software
systems (mPi-s Ws)
Applications are invited for tenure-track and
tenured faculty positions in all areas related to
the design, analysis and engineering of software
systems, including programming languages, formal methods, security, distributed, networked
and embedded systems, databases and information systems, and human-computer interaction.
A doctoral degree in computer science or related
areas and an outstanding research record are
required. Successful candidates are expected to
build a team and pursue a highly visible research
agenda, both independently and in collaboration
with other groups. Senior candidates must have
demonstrated leadership abilities and recognized international stature.
MPI-SWS, founded in 2005, is part of a network of eighty Max Planck Institutes, Germany’s
premier basic research facilities. MPIs have an
established record of world-class, foundational
research in the fields of medicine, biology, chemistry, physics, technology and humanities. Since
1948, MPI researchers have won 17 Nobel prizes.
MPI-SWS aspires to meet the highest standards of
excellence and international recognition with its
research in software systems.
To this end, the institute offers a unique environment that combines the best aspects of a university department and a research laboratory:
a) Faculty receive generous base funding to build
and lead a team of graduate students and post-docs. They have full academic freedom and publish their research results freely.
b) Faculty have the opportunity to supervise doctoral theses, teach graduate and undergraduate
courses, and have the flexibility to incorporate
teaching into their research agenda.
c) Faculty are provided with outstanding technical
and administrative support facilities as well as internationally competitive compensation packages.
Funds have been committed to grow the institute to a strength of 17 tenured and tenure-track
faculty, and about 100 doctoral and post-doctoral
positions. Additional growth through outside
funding is expected. We maintain an open, international and diverse work environment and
seek applications from outstanding researchers
regardless of national origin or citizenship. The
working language is English; knowledge of the
German language is not required for a successful
career at the institute.
The institute is located in Kaiserslautern and
Saarbruecken, in the tri-border area of Germany,
France and Luxembourg. The area offers a high
standard of living, beautiful surroundings and
easy access to major metropolitan areas in the
center of Europe, as well as a stimulating, competitive and collaborative work environment. In
immediate proximity are the MPI for Informatics,
Saarland University, the Technical University of
Kaiserslautern, the German Center for Artificial
Intelligence (DFKI), and the Fraunhofer Institutes for Experimental Software Engineering and
for Industrial Mathematics.
Qualified candidates should apply online at
http://www.mpi-sws.org/application. The review
of applications will begin on January 4, 2010, and
applicants are strongly encouraged to apply by
that date; however, applications will continue to
be accepted through January 2010.
The institute is committed to increasing the
representation of minorities, women and individuals with physical disabilities in Computer Science. We particularly encourage such individuals