national taiwan university
The Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering has faculty openings at all
ranks beginning in August 2011. Highly qualified
candidates in all areas of computer science/engi-neering are invited to apply. A Ph.D. or its equivalent is required. Applicants are expected to conduct outstanding research and be committed to
teaching. Candidates should send a curriculum
vitae, three letters of reference, and supporting
materials before February 28, 2011, to Prof Kun-Mao Chao, Department of Computer Science
and Information Engineering, National Taiwan
University, No 1, Sec 4, Roosevelt Rd., Taipei 106,
nec Laboratories america, inc
Research Staff Positions
NEC Laboratories America, Inc. is a vibrant industrial research center, conducting research
in support of NEC’s U.S. and global businesses.
Our research program covers many areas, reflecting the breadth of NEC business, and maintains
a balanced mix of fundamental and applied
research. We have openings in the following research areas:
Research Staff members
The Large-Scale Distributed Systems group conducts advanced research in the area of design,
analysis, modeling and evaluation of distributed
systems. Our current focus is to create innovative
technologies to build next generation large-scale
computing platforms, and to simplify and automate the management of complex IT systems
and services. The group is seeking research staff
members in the area of distributed systems and
networks. The candidates must have a PhD in CS/
CE with strong publication records on the following topics:
˲ ˲ distributed systems and networks
˲ ˲ operating systems and middleware
˲ ˲ performance, reliability, dependability and
˲ ˲ data centers and cloud computing
˲ ˲ virtualization and system management
˲ ˲ system modeling and statistical analysis
The Computing Systems architecture depart-
ment seeks to innovate, design, evaluate, and
deliver parallel systems for high-performance,
energy-efficient enterprise computing. The group
is seeking senior and junior level research staff
as follows. Candidates for Research Staff Mem-
ber must have a PhD in CS/CE or EE with strong
research record and excellent credentials in the
international research community. Applicants
must demonstrate competency in at least one of
the following areas:
The machine Learning group conducts research
on various aspects of machine intelligence, from
the exploration of new algorithms to applications
in data mining and semantic comprehension.
Ongoing projects focus on text and video analysis, digital pathology, and bioinformatics. The
group is seeking postdoctoral researchers with
PhD in CS and experience in bioinformatics (
emphasis on genomics or proteomics a plus) or text
analysis and/or text mining. Required skills and
˲ ˲ Strong publication record in top machine
learning, data mining or related conferences and
˲ ˲ Solid knowledge in math, optimization, and
˲ ˲ Hands-on experiences in implementing large-scale learning algorithms and systems
˲ ˲ Good problem solving skills, with strong software knowledge
associate Research Staff members
Candidates for Associate Research Staff Member
in the Computing Systems architecture department must have an MS in CS/CE or EE with strong
motivation and skill set to prototype/transfer innovate research results into industry practice. Expertise in at least one of the above parallel computing areas is desirable.
The Storage Systems department is seeking
applicants for an Associate Research Staff Member. The successful candidate will have an MS in
CS or equivalent and the following skills:
˲ ˲ Solid understanding of operating systems
˲ ˲ Experience in systems programming under
˲ ˲ Experience with performance evaluation and
˲ ˲ Strong algorithms, data structures and multi-threaded programming experience
˲ ˲ Good knowledge of C++ and OOD/OOP
˲ ˲ Proactive with can-do attitude and work well in
For more information about NEC Labs and these
openings, access http://www.nec-labs.com and
submit your CV and research statement through
our career center.
College of Computer and Information Science
We Invite applications for tenure-track faculty positions in computer science and information science,
beginning in Fall 2011. Applicants at all ranks will
be considered. A PhD in computer science, information science or a related field is required.
Candidates will be considered from all major
disciplines in computer and information science.
We particularly welcome candidates who can
contribute to our strong research groups in software reliability (formal methods, programming
languages, software engineering) and systems
The College maintains a strong research program with significant funding from the major
federal research agencies and private industry.
The College has a diverse full-time faculty of 30.
Four faculty members have joint appointments
with other disciplines, specifically, electrical and
computer engineering, health sciences, physics
and political science, and contribute to interdisciplinary initiatives in information assurance,
network science and health informatics. The College has approximately 520 undergraduates, 350
Masters, and 65 Ph.D. students.
Northeastern University has made major investments over the course of the last several years
in the broad areas of Health, Security and Sustainability. The College has been a major participant
in the recruitment of faculty who can contribute
to these themes and will continue to do so this
year as well with an additional three interdisciplinary searches ongoing in Health Informatics,
Information Assurance and Game Design and Interactive Media.
Northeastern University is located on the Avenue of the Arts in Boston’s historic Back Bay. The
College occupies a state of the art building opposite Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts.
Additional information and instructions for
submitting application materials may be found at
the following web site: http://www.ccs.neu.edu/.
Screening of applications begins immediately
and will continue until the search is completed.
Northeastern University is an Equal Opportu-nity/Affirmative Action Employer. We strongly encourage applications from women and minorities.
Open Rank - Interdisciplinary
Northeastern University is seeking a faculty
member at an open rank for an interdisciplinary
appointment in the College of Computer and Information Science and the College of Arts, Media
and Design to start in the Fall of 2011.
The successful candidate will contribute to
shaping the research, academic, and development goals of the cross-disciplinary areas of
Game Design and Interactive Media at both the
undergraduate and the graduate levels.
It is expected that the candidate for this position will possess an excellent track record in
research/scholarship, publication, grant acquisition, and teaching. A terminal degree, either
PhD or MFA depending on the candidate’s field,
Contact: Terrence Masson - Email: t.masson@
northeastern university, Boston,
Full or Associate Professor - health
Informatics and Interfaces
The College of Computer and Information Science and the Bouvé College of Health Sciences
invite applications for a faculty position in Health