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university at Buffalo, the state
university of new York
Faculty Position in Computer Science
The CSE Department invites excellent candidates
in all core areas of Computer science and Engineering, especially experimental and systems
areas, to apply for an opening at the assistant professor level.
The department is affiliated with successful
centers devoted to biometrics, bioinformatics,
biomedical computing, cognitive science, document analysis and recognition, high performance
computing, and information assurance.
Candidates are expected to have a Ph.D. in
Computer Science/Engineering or related field by
August 2010, with an excellent publication record
and potential for developing a strong funded research program.
Applications should be submitted by December 31, 2009 electronically via http://recruit.cse.
The University at Buffalo is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Recruiter.
university of hartford
(West hartford, connecticut)
ing) and Computational Life Sciences (biomedical
image analysis, bioinformatics, biometrics, graphics). The Department’s research is the epitome of innovation, mixing advances in core computer science
areas with pace-setting multi-disciplinary programs
in computational medicine, biology, and psychology. The combination of fundamental research and
innovations has led to numerous local, national and
international collaborations, the strongest of which
are with the Texas Medical Center.
The University of Houston, one of the largest
in the nation with over 36,000 students, is located
in one of the most vibrant metropolitan areas.
Houston, the 4th largest U.S. city, is the epicenter
of the energy industry, features the largest medical center in the world, and hosts the Johnson
Space Center. The Department’s research laboratories have joint programs with laboratories from
the local medical schools and hospitals, NASA,
and the high-tech industry.
The ideal Department Chair candidate should
be an established leader in his/her field and widely known in the computer science community and
beyond. S/he should have proven managerial and
marketing skills running another department or
a major lab. S/he should also have excellent people skills and be privy to the academic, fund-rais-ing, and publicity system’s inner workings in the
United States. The Chair’s designated mission
would be to further accelerate the department’s
ascendancy to top ranking positions.
Qualified applicants need to apply on-line at
http://www.cs.uh.edu/chair-search. A CV, at least
six recommendation letters, and a vision statement
are required. In the vision statement the applicants
should clearly describe their vision for the growth
of the department and how their track record will
support the University mission. The deadline for
submission of all documents (including recommendation letters) is January 31, 2010. However,
screening of applications and interviews will be
ongoing and applicants are encouraged to apply as
soon as possible. Interested applicants may further
inquire with the Chair of the Search Committee,
Prof. Pavlidis at firstname.lastname@example.org , 713-743-0101.
The University of Houston is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution. Minorities,
women, veterans and persons with disabilities
are encouraged to apply.
university of notre Dame
The Department of Computer Science
Assistant or Associate Professor
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Notre Dame invites
applications for positions at the rank of Assistant
or Associate Professor. Exceptional candidates in
all areas of specialization will be considered, and
the area of bioinformatics is an especially high
priority for us this year.
The Department offers a PhD degree as well as accredited undergraduate Computer Science and Computer Engineering degrees. There are approximately
seventy-five students in the PhD program and over
one hundred majors in the undergraduate programs.
Our faculty are engaged in cutting-edge and highly
visible research in algorithms, bioinformatics and
computational biology, computer architecture and
nanotechnology, computer security, data mining /
The Departments of Computer Science and Multimedia Web Design and Development at the University of Hartford (West Hartford, Connecticut)
seek applications for a joint assistant professor
tenure-track position. Candidates must have an
earned doctorate (ABD will be considered) in a
field that addresses theoretical and applied issues
in computer science and information technology.
Review of applications will begin November 1,
2009. For more information, please visit http://
university of houston
Department of Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Houston ( www.cs.uh.edu) is looking for a
new Department Chair. The department is a highly
dynamic place on an ascending trajectory with 256
undergraduates, 310 graduate students out of which
88 are PhD students. The University of Houston is
located in one of the most vibrant metropolitan
areas in the nation. Currently, the Department has
22 tenure-track faculty members, slated to expand
to 30 faculty members within the next four years. In
FY2009, the department received over $6 M in competitive research funding from federal, state, and
corporate sources. All our recently recruited faculty
members have federal support for their research,
and three are recipients of the prestigious CAREER
Award from the National Science Foundation.
The Department has strong research programs
in Computer Systems (high performance computing,
networks, real-time systems, security), Data Analysis
(information retrieval, data mining, machine learn-