The CS&IS Department invites applications for
two tenure track Assistant Professor positions beginning August 2011. The positions require that a
PhD in Computer Science or a closely related field
be completed prior to start date. For full position
description, requirements and application process, visit
Bradley University is an EEO/AA employer.
James R. Johnston Chair in
Black Canadian Studies
Dalhousie University invites applications for
the James R. Johnston chair in Black canadian
studies from outstanding scholars in the fields
of psychology, computer science, and social Anthropology.
Established in 1818, Dalhousie is one of Canada’s top teaching and research universities and
is the largest university in Atlantic Canada with
approximately 15,500 students and 12 Faculties.
Located in Halifax, it is known for the range and
excellence of its teaching programs and is recognized as “the research powerhouse of Atlantic
Canada.” Halifax is the largest city in Atlantic
Canada and affords its citizens an outstanding
quality of life.
This Endowed Chair was established by Dalhousie University to contribute to the field of
Black Canadian Studies, to advance Black studies in the university and through the holder of
the Endowed Chair to establish better links with
the wider community, especially the African
Canadian community. the endowed chair is a
tenured, senior academic position. This will be
Dalhousie’s third appointment to the James R.
Johnston Chair in Black Canadian Studies, and
is being recruited to one of the following three
faculties: Faculty of Science (Psychology), Faculty
of Computer Science, or Faculty of Arts and Social
Sciences (Social Anthropology).
The successful candidate for the Chair will be
an outstanding scholar of African descent with a
doctoral degree in her/his discipline. We are seeking a senior candidate with previous teaching experience, and a clear track record of nationally
and internationally recognized research in their
field. The candidate will have demonstrated abilities in collaborative research with African Canadian communities, and proven leadership and
team building skills. The candidate will also have
established links with the local and/or national
African Canadian communities.
Applications, including a CV, statement of
teaching and research interests, and three confi-
dential letters of reference forwarded under sepa-
rate cover by the referees should be submitted to:
Office of the Vice-President Academic
Room 108, Henry Hicks Academic
Computer Science Dept.
Tenure-track Faculty Position
The Neukom Institute for Computational Science
and the Department of Computer Science at Dartmouth College invite applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the level of Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science.
We seek candidates in the area of computational
biology and bioinformatics whose research focuses on the development and application of new
computational methods. Candidates will complement a growing program in computational biology within the Departments of Biology, Computer
Science, Engineering Sciences, and Mathematics,
as well as the Dartmouth Medical School.
The Neukom Institute for Computational Science ( www.dartmouth.edu/~neukom) is an endowed
institute whose broad mandate is to inspire and support computational science across the Dartmouth
campus. The Institute has considerable financial
and computing resources that will be available to the
successful candidate. The Department of Computer
Science ( www.cs.dartmouth.edu) is home to 17 tenured and tenure-track faculty whose research spans
computational biology, vision/graphics, machine
learning, algorithms, theory, and systems. The department has strong Ph.D. and M.S. programs, outstanding undergraduate majors and minors, and is
affiliated with an M.D./Ph.D. program.
Dartmouth is an Ivy League school situated in
Hanover, on the Connecticut River, in the Upper
Valley region of New Hampshire. It is a beautiful,
historic campus, located in a scenic, year-round,
outdoor recreational area. Dartmouth hosts an annual film festival; renowned musical and theatrical
performers; and convenient public transportation
to Boston and New York, as well as local airports.
Applicants are invited to send their CV, re-
search statement, teaching statement, and names
of at least four references, one of whom should
comment about teaching. All material should be
sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by September
1st, 2010. Direct inquiries may be sent to Profes-
sor Hany Farid ( email@example.com).
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Senior Software Engineer
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Engineering or rel. field & 2 yrs. software programming or engineering involving C/C++ programming
& debugging & incl. embedded software development. Must have strong proficiency in C language,
as demonstrated through employer screening test.
Must have strong interpersonal skills for dealing
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old Dominion university
Modeling and Simulation Faculty Positions
The Department of Modeling, Simulation and Visualization Engineering at Old Dominion University’s Batten College of Engineering and Technology invites applications for two tenure-track faculty
positions beginning January 2011. The successful
applicant will have expertise and experience in core
modeling and simulation (M&S) areas and a commitment to quality teaching in the department’s
bachelors, masters, and doctoral programs. Duties include undergraduate and graduate teaching
and development of a strong, externally-funded research program. This is an opportunity to join and
help shape the first M&S department.
Preference will be given to applicants having
experience in performing interdisciplinary research in: ( 1) M&S for detection, education, and
treatment of human disease with research in
one or more of the following areas: biomedical
models, medical training devices and systems,
rehabilitation engineering, medical robotics, and
telemedicine. ( 2) M&S for transportation system
operation and planning with research in one or
more of the following areas: network modeling,
multimodal logistics, supply chain management,
dynamic traffic assignment, flow optimization,
and real-time control of transportation systems.
Applicants must have a Ph.D. in an engineering or
science discipline closely related to M&S.
Applications should include a cover letter,
complete resume, statement of teaching and research interests, and three letters of reference.
All application materials must be submitted via
email as a single pdf document to Dr. Roland