Newark - 2 SW Eng (Embedded). BA in EE/
Comp Sci, Masters preferred. 3 yrs software dev
using C and C++ in an RTOS/embedded environment. Medical device/ medical imaging or driver
dev experience preferred. (IRC #19750)
1 Sr. SW Eng. BA in Comp Eng/Eng. 5 years
experience developing C/C#/C++ in Windows environment & object oriented programming skills.
DICOM, med imaging & image processing. (IRC
engineering such as bioinformatics and financial
engineering. Strong candidates in core computer
science and engineering research areas will also
be considered. Applicants at Assistant Professor
level should have an earned PhD degree and demonstrated potential in teaching and research.
Salary is highly competitive and will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Fringe benefits include medical/dental benefits
and annual leave. Housing will also be provided
where applicable. For appointment at Assistant
Professor/Associate Professor level, initial appointment will normally be on a three-year contract. A gratuity will be payable upon completion
Applications should be sent through e-mail
including a cover letter, curriculum vitae (
including the names and contact information of at least
three referees), a research statement and a teaching statement (all in PDF format) to csrecruit@
cse.ust.hk. Priority will be given to applications
received by 28 February 2011. Applicants will be
promptly acknowledged through e-mail upon receiving the electronic application material.
(Information provided by applicants will be
used for recruitment and other employment-re-lated purposes.)
tions for two positions beginning in Fall 2011.
Senior Faculty Position in Systems
This position is in systems, broadly encompassing parallel computing and architectures,
distributed systems, cyberinfrastructure, and
networking. Applicants are expected to have a
well-established track record of substantial research contributions to their field, externally
funded research, and leadership.
the hong Kong university of science
Department of Computer Science and
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering is one of the largest departments in the
School of Engineering. The Department currently
has 40 faculty members recruited from major
universities and research institutions around the
world, with about 1000 students (including 600
undergraduate and 180 postgraduate students).
The medium of instruction is English. More information on the Department can be found at
The Department will have at least two tenure-track faculty openings at Assistant Professor/
Associate Professor/Professor levels for the 2011-
2012 academic year. We are looking for faculty
candidates with interests in multidisciplinary research areas related to computational science and
School of Informatics and Computing
The School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University, Bloomington, invites applica-
TEMASEK RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP (TRF
The Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and the National University of
Singapore (NUS) invite outstanding young researchers with a PhD Degree
in science or technology to apply for the prestigious TRF awards.
The TRF scheme provides selected young researchers an opportunity to
conduct and lead research that is a relevant to defence. It offers:
• 3-year research grant, with an option to extend up to
a further 3 years,
• possible tenure-track academic appointment with the
university at the end of the TRF,
• attractive and competitive remuneration.
Fellows may lead and conduct research, and publish in these areas:
2. Cognitive Sciences
3. Cyber Security
4. Computational Photography
5. Microsystem Technologies
Other fundamental areas of science or technology, where a breakthrough
would be of interest to defence and security, will also be considered.
Singapore is a globally connected cosmopolitan city-state with
a supportive environment and vibrant research culture. For more
information and application procedure, please visit
NTU – http://www3.ntu.edu.sg/trf/
NUS – http://www.nus.edu.sg/dpr/funding/trf.htm
Closing date: 11 January 2011
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to Singapore to present
their research plans, meet local researchers and identify potential
collaborators in April/May 2011.
Faculty Position in Complex Networks
This position is at the junior level but outstanding
senior candidates may be considered. Research
areas include complex networks, computational
biology and epidemiology, artificial life and robotics, computational intelligence, bio-inspired
computing, large scale data modeling and simulation, and Web applications, with special interest in modeling the dynamics of complex information networks, social networks and media,
and the spread of ideas and disease in human and
Applicants for either position should have a
Ph.D.in Computer Science or another relevant
area and a well-established record (senior level)
or demonstrable potential for excellence in research and teaching (junior level).
The IU Bloomington School of Informatics
and Computing is the first of its kind and among
the largest in the country, with a faculty of more
than 60 full time members, more than 400 graduate students, and strong undergraduate programs.
Degrees offered include M.S. degrees in Computer Science, Bioinformatics, Human Computer
Interaction Design, and Security Informatics, and
Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science and in Informatics. The School has received public recognition as a “top-ten program to watch” (
Computer-world) thanks to its excellence and leadership in
academic programs, interdisciplinary research,
placement, and outreach. The school offers excellent work conditions, including attractive salaries
and research support, and low teaching loads in a
setting of strong student growth.
Located in the wooded, rolling hills of southern Indiana, Bloomington is a culturally thriving college town with a moderate cost of living
and the amenities for an active lifestyle. IU is
renowned for its top-ranked music school, high
performance computing and networking facilities, and performing and fine arts.
Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae,
a statement of research and teaching, and the
names of six references using the recruit link at
http://hiring.soic.indiana.edu (preferred) or by
mail to the Chair of either the Systems or Complex Networks and Systems Faculty Search Committee, School of Informatics and Computing,
919 E 10th Street, Bloomington, IN 47408. Questions concerning the Systems search may be sent
questions concerning the Complex Networks
and Systems search to hiring-cnets@informatics.
indiana.edu. To receive full consideration completed applications must be received by December 1, 2010.
Indiana University is an Equal Opportunity/
Affirmative Action employer. Applications from
women and minorities are strongly encouraged.
IU Bloomington is vitally interested in the needs
of Dual Career couples.