Informatics. A Ph.D. level degree in Health or
Medical Informatics, Computer Science, Information Science, or a health-related discipline, together with a proven ability to secure grant funding for research using advanced technology in the
health domain, is required.
Building upon our successful joint Master
of Science degree program in Health Informatics, and our many graduate and undergraduate
degree programs in health sciences, nursing,
pharmacy, computer science, and information
science, we are interested in growing our faculty
in the general area of health interfaces, which
includes technologies that patients interact
with directly, health informatics, and technology design for health and wellness systems.
The candidate would play a key role in launching a new interdisciplinary Ph.D.-level degree
program in this area. Faculty in our colleges are
currently working on multiple NIH-funded research projects in consumer informatics, clinical informatics, behavioral informatics, and
assistive technologies, and we are particularly
interested in faculty candidates who can expand
or complement our work in these areas. Topics
of interest include the use of mobile technologies to monitor and manage health, the use of
virtual agents for physical exercise and health
management, the development of assistive communication aids, the use of artificial intelligence
to study mental and physical health behavior,
and the development and evaluation of other
novel technologies to study health behavior and
improve health outcomes. We are interested in
candidates who create new tools and candidates
who specialize in evaluation of new technologies in field research. Northeastern University is
making a major investment in interdisciplinary
health research, with several recent hires and
additional open interdisciplinary faculty searches in Health Systems, Health Policy, Urban Environment and Health and Administration.
Recognizing the importance of multidisciplinary
approaches to solving complex problems facing
society, Northeastern is hiring faculty in several
areas related to this search. Searches are currently underway in health care policy/ management,
health systems engineering, health law, and urban health. We will consider hiring a multidisciplinary group as a ‘cluster hire’. Candidates may
choose to form a team and propose an innovative
and translational research and educational direction and apply to more than one of the position
announcements. Information on these positions
and on cluster applications can be obtained from
the http://www.northeastern.edu/hrm/ web site.
equal employment opportunity
Northeastern University is an Equal Opportunity,
Affirmative Action Educational Institution and
Employer, Title IX University. Northeastern University strongly encourages applications from minorities, women and persons with disabilities.
how to apply
Applicants should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and the contact information of at
least five references. Submission is online via
http://www.ccs.neu.edu/. Screening of applications begins November 30, 2010 and will continue until the position is filled.
Please direct inquiries to Professor Stephen
Intille (S. Intille@neu.edu).
oregon state university
School of Electrical Engineering and Computer
Two tenure-track Professorial positions in
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Oregon State University invites
applications for two tenure-track professorial
positions in Computer Science. Exceptionally
strong candidates in all areas of Computer Science are encouraged to apply. We are building
research and teaching strengths in the areas
of open source software, internet and social
computing, and cyber security, so our primary
need is for candidates specializing in software
engineering, database systems, web/distributed
systems, programming languages, and HCI.
Applicants should demonstrate a strong commitment to collaboration with other research
groups in the School of EECS, with other departments at Oregon State University, and with
The School of EECS supports a culture of energetic collaboration and faculty are committed
to quality in both education and research. With
40 tenure/tenure-track faculty, we enroll 160 PhD,
120 MS and 1200 undergraduate students. OSU
is the only Oregon institution recognized for its
“very high research activity” (RU/VH) by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. The School of EECS is housed in the Kelley
Engineering Center, a green building designed
to support collaboration among faculty and students across campus. Oregon State University is
located in Corvallis, a college town renowned for
its high quality of life.
For more information, including full position
announcement and instructions for application,
OSU is an AAEOE.
Pacific Lutheran university
Assistant Professor in the Computer Science and
Computer Enginieering Department beginning
September 2011. Review of applications will begin February 14, 2011, and continue until the position is filled.
A master’s degree is required and a Doctorate
is required for tenure. Preferred candidates will
have a Ph.D. in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or a related field; promise of teaching
excellence is essential.
Application details and further information
about PLU and the CSCE department can be
found at www.plu.edu and www.cs.plu.edu. Inquiries may be sent by e-mail to email@example.com.
Penn state harrisburg
Assistant Professor, Computer Science
Penn State harrisburg, School of Science, en-
gineering and technology, invites applications
for the tenure-track position of Assistant Profes-
sor of Computer Science effective Fall Semester
2011. The successful candidate will have experi-
ence and research interest in software engineer-
ing/software design, compilers, or programming
languages. Candidates will be evaluated on teach-
ing and research potential. Ph.D. in Computer
Science is required. Faculty are expected to teach
courses for the B. S. and M.S. degrees in Computer
Science, pursue scholarly research and publica-
tions, contribute to curriculum development,
participate in University and professional ser-
vice activities, advise undergraduate and gradu-
ate students, and serve on graduate level degree
committees. For information on Penn State Har-
risburg, please visit our websites at www.hbg.psu.
edu and www.cs.hbg.psu.edu.
The Department of Computer Science at Princeton University invites applications for faculty
positions at the Assistant Professor level. We are
accepting applications in all areas of Computer
Applicants must demonstrate superior research and scholarship potential as well as teaching ability. A PhD in Computer Science or a related area is required.
Successful candidates are expected to pursue
an active research program and to contribute
significantly to the teaching programs of the department. Applicants should include a resume
contact information for at least three people who
can comment on the applicant’s professional
There is no deadline, but review of applications will start in December 2010; the review of
applicants in the field of theoretical computer
science will begin as early as October 2010.
Princeton University is an equal opportunity
employer and complies with applicable EEO and
affirmative action regulations You may apply on-line at:
Computer Science Department
Postdoc Research Associate
The Department of Computer Science at Princeton University is seeking applications for post-