related field. (A) Applicants to the tenured senior
position in security must currently have well-funded research programs, must be a recognized
scholar in the research community, and must be
prepared to take on a leading research role within
the department and in the field. (B and C) ABD
candidates may apply for the Assistant Professor
rank, but they must complete their Ph.D degree
by August 15, 2010. Applicants for the Assistant
Professor rank must demonstrate a potential for
developing an advanced research program and
for attracting significant research funding. Applicants for the Associate Professor rank must have
well-established and well-funded research programs. All applicants must have demonstrated
teaching excellence or potential at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
The George Washington University is the largest academic institution in the nation’s capital
with close access to many Federal funding agencies and research laboratories. The University
offers comprehensive programs of undergraduate and graduate liberal arts studies as well as
degrees in engineering, law, medicine, public
health, education, business and international
affairs. A private institution, GW prides itself on
excellent research, quality education, and low
student-teacher ratio. The exceptional location
affords the GW community unique cultural and
intellectual opportunities. In the high-tech sector, the Washington, DC Metropolitan area is one
of the largest IT areas in the nation, putting us in
the center of activities such as security and biotechnology.
The Department of Computer Science offers an accredited Bachelor of Science program,
a Bachelor of Arts program, and Master’s and
Ph.D degrees. The Department has 18 faculty
members, numerous affiliated and adjunct faculty members, and over 425 students. The Department has educational and research programs in
security, networks, graphics, biomedical applications, search and data mining, human computer interaction, and machine intelligence, with
funding from various agencies; a NSA-designated
Center of Academic Excellence and Center of Academic Excellence-Research in security, with funding from NSF, DOD, and other agencies; and NIH-funded collaborations with the medical school
in the biomedical areas. For further information
please refer to http://www.cs.gwu.edu.
Review of applications will begin on December 1, 2009, and will continue through the Spring
2010 semester, until the position is filled. Application Procedure: To be considered, applicants
must send a letter containing (i) a brief statement
that clearly indicates the position and rank of interest, (ii) a curriculum vita, (iii) a statement of research and teaching interests, and (vi) complete
contact information for at least three references.
These and other relevant supporting materials
should be sent to: Chair, Faculty Search Committee, Department of Computer Science, PHIL 703,
The George Washington University, Washington
D.C. 20052. Electronic submissions are preferred,
and can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only complete applications will be considered. Inquiries
about applying will be accorded the utmost discretion. For complete instructions on the application process, please visit the department website
The George Washington University is an equal
opportunity/affirmative action employer.
indiana university Southeast
Assistant Professor of Informatics
Tenure-track Informatics position for Fall 2010.
Applications accepted until January 15, 2010 or
until position is filled. For further position description and how to apply go to www.ius.edu/hr/
iSt austria is looking for
Professors and Assistant Professors
IST Austria (Institute of Science and Technology
Austria) is a new Institute located near Vienna,
dedicated to basic research at the highest international level. The Institute invites applications
and nominations for Professors and Assistant
Professors in Life Sciences, Physical Sciences,
Mathematics and Computer Science, as well as in
any multidisciplinary field.
The Institute ( www.ist.ac.at), established by
the Austrian Government, opened its campus in
2009. Its funding is substantial, allowing for over
500 employees and graduate students by 2016.
IST Austria is entitled to award Ph.D. degrees and
includes an English-language Graduate School.
It aims to achieve an international mix of scientists and recruit them solely on the basis of their
individual excellence and potential contribution
The Institute is recruiting leaders of independent research groups. Professors will have
indefinite contracts and Assistant Professors will
have fixed-term contracts for an initial period of
five years, with a possible, but not automatic, renewal for two additional years. Before the end of
this period, the scientist will be considered for an
indefinite appointment as a Professor at IST Austria, the decision being based on merit only (as is
the case for a “Tenure-Track Assistant Professor”
at U.S. universities).
The selected candidates will receive a competitive salary and a substantial annual research
budget, covering operating expenses and the
cost of Ph.D. students, postdoctoral fellows, and
technical staff. Additional costs of starting a new
laboratory, including instruments and infrastructure, will be offered separately. Scientists are also
expected to apply for external research grants.
Applications and nominations should be sent
to email@example.com or assistant.professor@ist.
ac.at, depending on the relevant position. Applications must include a CV, a list of publications
and a research plan. Nominations should include
an appraisal of the achievements and scientific
qualifications of the nominee.
IST Austria is committed to Equality and Diversity. In particular female applicants are encouraged to apply.
the Johns hopkins university
Tenure-track Faculty Positions
The Department of Computer Science at The Johns
Hopkins University is seeking applications for
tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant Professor level, as well as applications for a focused
search at the Associate or Full Professor level.
in Computer Science
Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne
The School of Computer and Communication Sciences at EPFL invites applications for faculty positions in computer
science. We are primarily seeking candidates for tenure-track assistant professor positions, but suitably qualified
candidates for senior positions will also
Successful candidates will develop an
independent and creative research program, participate in both undergraduate
and graduate teaching, and supervise PhD
Candidates from all areas of computer
science will be considered, but preference
will be given to candidates with interests
in algorithms, bio-informatics, machine
learning and verification.
EPFL offers internationally competitive
salaries, significant start-up resources,
and outstanding research infrastructure.
To apply, please follow the application
procedure at http://icrecruiting.epfl.ch.
The following documents are requested in
PDF format: curriculum vitae, including
publication list, brief statements of research and teaching interests, names and
addresses (including e-mail) of 3 references for junior positions, and 6 for
senior positions. Screening will start on
January 15, 2010. Further questions can
be addressed to :
Professor Willy Zwaenepoel
School of Computer and
Communication Sciences EPFL
CH-1015 Lausanne, Switzerland
For additional information on EPFL, please
EPFL is an equal opportunity employer.