and a Spouse Relocation Program to assist in the
needs of dual career couples. UAB is an Affirmative
Action/Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
toyota technological institute has an opening for
a full professor or a tenure-track professor position in the Department of Advanced Science and
Technology, Faculty of Engineering. For more information, please refer to the following website:
Research field: Intelligent information processing including learning theory and its application, information theory and its application,
intelligent systems, computer vision, etc.
Qualifications: The successful candidate must
have a Ph.D degree (or equivalent), a record of outstanding research achievements, and the ability to
conduct strong research programs in the specified
area. The candidate is expected to teach mathematics and programming of the introductory
level and machine learning, information theory
and signal processing at the advanced level. The
supervision of undergraduate and graduate students in their research programs is also required.
Starting date: September 2011, or at the earliest
( 1) Curriculum vitae
( 2) List of publications
( 3) Copies of 5 representative publications
( 4) Description of major accomplishments
and future plans for research activities
and education ( 3 pages)
( 5) Names of two references with e-mail
addresses and phone numbers
( 6) Application form available from our
Deadline: December 20th, 2010
inquiry: Committee chair,
Professor Tatsuo Narikiyo
the above should be sent to:
Mr. Takashi Hirato
Toyota Technological Institute
2-12-1, Hisakata, Tempaku-ku
Nagoya, 468-8511 Japan
(Please write “Application for Intelligent In-
formation Processing Laboratory” in red on the
degree in microbiology, biochemistry or genetics
and actual laboratory experience. Experience as an
internal consultant in artificial intelligence/bioin-formatics in either industry or academia would be
a plus. For additional information about the department please visit http://www.cis.uab.edu.
Applicants should have demonstrated the potential to excel in one of these areas and in teaching at all levels of instruction. They should also be
committed to professional service including departmental service. A Ph.D. in Computer Science
or closely related field is required.
Applications should include a complete cur-
riculum vita with a publication list, a statement of
future research plans, a statement on teaching ex-
perience and philosophy, and minimally two let-
ters of reference with at least one letter addressing
teaching experience and ability. Applications and
all other materials may be submitted via email to
firstname.lastname@example.org or via regular mail to:
Department of Computer and Information
115A Campbell Hall
1300 University Blvd
Birmingham, AL 35294-1170
university of chicago
Department of Computer Science
Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant
Professor, and Instructor
Interviewing for the position will begin as
soon as qualified candidates are identified, and
will continue until the position is filled.
The department and university are commit-
ted to building a culturally diverse workforce and
strongly encourage applications from women and
individuals from underrepresented groups. UAB
has an active NSF-supported ADVANCE program
The Department of Computer Science at the Univer-
sity of Chicago invites applications from exception-
ally qualified candidates in all areas of Computer
Science for faculty positions at the ranks of Profes-
sor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, and
Instructor. The University of Chicago has the high-
est standards for scholarship and faculty quality,
and encourages collaboration across disciplines.
the university of alabama
Department of Computer and
Research Assistant Professor
The Department of Computer & Information Sciences at the University of Alabama at Birmingham
(UAB) is seeking candidates for a non-tenure-track
faculty position at the Research Assistant Professor level beginning November 1, 2010 or until job
is filled. Candidates with expertise in Bioinformatics, Artificial Intelligence, and Data Mining
who could interact with existing research groups
in the School of Medicine and CIS to apply these
techniques to the study of genetic diseases (in particular cystic fibrosis) are of interest. Also potential
for multidisciplinary collaboration with research
groups working in the areas of SNP analysis and
the function of introns would be advantageous.
The ideal candidate would also have a graduate
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Serves as the technical expert in the diverse areas of high performance computing and networking.
The position provides expertise in scalable, massively parallel systems, the storage technologies
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to the memory – and speed-intensive Department of Navy computational problems.
Provides vision and technical direction to research efforts in massively parallel computing and
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As a distinguished scientist and recognized leader in his/her field the incumbent will be called
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serve as an NRL liaison to the Navy and other national and international organizations, and to
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Applicants should be recognized as national/international authorities in the above areas of
research, and should have demonstrated the scientific vision and organizational skills necessary
to bring long term, multi-faceted research programs to successful completion.
A resume or Optional Application for Federal Employment (OF-612) must be received by
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