air force institute of technology (afit)
Department of Electrical and Computer
Graduate School of Engineering and
Faculty Positions in Computer Science or
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is seeking applicants for tenure track
positions in computer science or computer engineering. The department is particularly interested in receiving applications from individuals with
strong backgrounds in formal methods (with emphasis on cryptography), software engineering,
bioinformatics, computer architecture/VLSI systems, and computer networks and security. The
positions are at the assistant professor level, although qualified candidates will be considered at
all levels. Applicants must have an earned doctorate in computer science or computer engineering
or closely related field and must be U.S. citizens.
These positions require teaching at the graduate level as well as establishing and sustaining a
strong research program.
AFIT is the premier institution for defense-re-lated graduate education in science, engineering,
advanced technology, and management for the U.S.
Air Force and the Department of Defense (DoD).
Full details on these positions, the department,
and application procedures can be found at: http://
Review of applications will begin immediately
and will continue until the positions are filled.
The United States Air Force is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
Cal Poly state university
Tenure Track Position - Forbes Professor of
COMPUTER ENGINEERING - The Computer Science Department and Computer Engineering
Program at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, invite applications for a full-time, academic year tenure-track Computer Engineering faculty position at
the Assistant or Associate Professor rank, beginning no later than Fall 2011. The appointment
will be designated as the “Forbes Professor of
Computer Engineering”. Duties include teaching
core undergraduate courses, and upper-division
and master’s level courses in a specialty area;
performing research in an area of computer engineering; and service to the department, the university, and the community.
Applicants from all mainstream areas of computer engineering are encouraged to apply. A doctorate in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or a closely related
field is required. Salary is commensurate with
qualifications and experience.
Candidates in the areas of: Computer Secu-
rity, Parallel and Distributed Computing, Auton-
omous Systems, Biomedical Applications, and
Sustainable Computing are strongly encouraged
to apply. Industrial experience and willingness to
teach in multiple areas of the undergraduate cur-
riculum are desirable.
Central michigan university
Department of Computer Science
The department has two tenure track positions in
Information Technology to be filled in Fall 2011.
One is in Applied Networking and one is in Medical or Health Informatics. For more information
and to apply electronically: www.jobs.cmich.edu.
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science invites
applications for a tenure track position at the
Assistant Professor level to begin in the fall of
2011. Candidates must have a Ph. D. in Computer
Science or a closely related field. The position requires teaching excellence, effective institutional
service, and an ability to work with colleagues
across disciplines. An ability to develop a program of scholarly and professional activity involving undergraduates is a priority. Research specialty areas being sought include (but are not limited
to) high performance computing, computational
science, mathematical modeling, and bioinformatics. Of particular interest are candidates
willing to engage in collaborative research that
bridges the computational and medical sciences.
The position will be initially funded by and is expected to contribute to a major multi-disciplinary
and multi-organizational state-wide initiative
aimed at biofabrication of tissues and organs.
Furman is a highly selective, independent, top
40 undergraduate liberal arts institution with an
enrollment of approximately 2600 students. The
university is located in the vibrant and beautiful
upstate region of South Carolina, offers generous
benefits to fulltime faculty, and subscribes to a
problem-solving, project-oriented, experience-
based approach to education that is referred to as
Engaged Learning. The Department of Computer
Science confers the B.S. degree with majors in
Computer Science, Information Technology, and
Computer Science/Mathematics. The successful
candidate will have the opportunity to teach in
Furman’s First Year Seminar program. Furman
University is an equal-opportunity employer.
Women and underrepresented minorities are
strongly encouraged to apply. For the complete
ad, please visit http://cs.furman.edu.
Tenure-track Faculty Position in Biorobotics
The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
(SEAS) and the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University (Wyss
Institute) seek applicants for a tenure-track faculty position. The position will be at the level of
assistant professor in SEAS in the field of Biorobotics. Potential subareas include, but are not
˲ ˲ Medical robots (e.g. prosthetics and rehabilitation robotics)
˲ ˲ Robot locomotion (e.g. animal-inspired robotic
systems, bio-inspired adaptive locomotion and
˲ ˲ Dynamics and control (e.g. machine learning
and robotics, swarm and modular robotics, and
˲ ˲ Sensors and actuators (e.g. novel electroactive
˲ ˲ MEMS/NEMS devices and robots
˲ ˲ New concepts for energy storage
˲ ˲ Biomimetic materials for robotics
In addition to having a faculty appointment in
SEAS, the successful candidate will also become a
core faculty member of the Wyss Institute, which
is composed of engineers, scientists, clinicians
and theoreticians from Harvard, its affiliated hos-
pitals, and other leading academic institutions in
the Boston/Cambridge region. The Wyss Institute
focuses on fundamental science-driven technol-
ogy development in the field of Biologically In-