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found at http://www.cs.jhu.edu/Search2012. More
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umBc - university of maryland
An honors University in Maryland
Information Systems Department
The Information Systems Department at UMBC
invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level in the area
of software engineering starting August 2012.
Outstanding candidates in other areas will also
Candidates must have an earned PhD in In-
formation Systems or a related field no later than
August 2012. Individuals engaged in software en-
gineering research with emphasis on empirical
research, process and quality improvement, and
cybersecurity are especially encouraged to ap-
ply. Ideal candidates will be engaged in research
that spans two or more of these areas. Candidates
should have a strong potential for excellence in
research, the ability to develop and sustain an ex-
ternally funded research program, and the ability
to contribute to our graduate and undergraduate
university of chicago
The Department of Computer Science at the
University of Chicago invites applications from
exceptionally qualified candidates in all areas
of Computer Science for faculty positions at the
ranks of Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant
Professor, and Instructor. However, strongest
consideration will be given this year to candidates
in the following three areas: ( 1) systems and networking, ( 2) natural language processing, and ( 3)
theory of computing.
The University of Chicago has the highest
standards for scholarship and faculty quality, and
encourages collaboration across disciplines. We
encourage strong connections with researchers
across the campus in such areas as mathematics,
natural language processing, bioinformatics, log-
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NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY
Senior Scientist for Advanced Computing Concepts
ST-1310, $119,554 to $179,700* per annum
*Rate limited to the rate for level III of the Executive Schedule (5U.S.C. 5304(g)( 2))
Serves as the technical expert in the diverse areas of high performance computing, networking, and storage. Applicants should be recognized as national/international authorities and have
demonstrated the scientific vision and organizational skills necessary to bring long term, multi-faceted research programs to successful completion.
As a distinguished scientist and recognized leader, the incumbent will provide vision and technical direction to research efforts in highly integrated and optimized massively parallel
computing technology, high performance network technology, and massive storage technology -- including prototype and proof of concept systems. The incumbent must have expertise in
all three of these technology areas and application expertise with respect to Department of Defense memory- and speed-intensive computational problems. Specific duties include:
• Developing advanced concepts that will directly improve the ability of the US Department of Defense (DoD) and Intelligence Community (IC) to push computer technology limits.
• Providing technical oversight to a small, talented, highly-motivated research team to push the envelope of high-performance computing ( 10’s to 100’s TeraFLOPS with scaling to
PetaFLOPS), high-performance networking ( 100’s Giga-bps to Tera-bps), distributed storage and global file systems ( 100’s Petabytes to Exabytes), and advanced visualization and
graphics (from handheld PDAs to graphics walls), with data sets range from small transaction sizes, to multigigabyte sizes and very large video and related realtime streams.
• Support and accommodate information system security technologies from data-at-rest to very high speed national security link encryption, as appropriate.
• Briefing DoD senior officials regarding Laboratory research efforts in the above areas; serving as liaison among NRL, the Navy, and other national and international organizations; and consulting on important scientific and programmatic issues.
This position offers enormous potential for advancing the state of the art with respect to high performance computing, networking, and storage technology, and for applying that technology
to improve national security. Examples of past accomplishments of this position include:
• Extending High Performance Computing, Networking, and Storage technologies. Examples include NRL’s on-going “Large Data” project, which provides Petabyte storage
and both tactical and 10-Gbps access to DoD and IC clients across the globe, and NRL’s winning the bandwidth challenge at Super Computing 2009.
• Working with academia, industry, and other government in the early 2000’s and late 1990’s to develop a precursor to Google Earth and to develop and prove out the first
progressive HDTV cameras with partners like ABC and Disney to make HDTV progressive imagery the standard for the DoD and IC.
• Developing in the mid-1990’s the Joint Broadcast System, a precursor to the Global Broadcast System, to return high-bandwidth data from theater to CONUS.
• Driving industry, DoD, and IC adoption of ATM technology in the early 1990’s for core networks and assisting in the development and testing of high-speed Type- 1
cryptographic devices to drive dramatic increases in DoD netcentric capabilities.
Because of the sensitivity of some of the research application areas the incumbent must be eligible for TS-SCI security clearance.
For information regarding this vacancy and specific instructions on how to apply, go to www.usajobs.gov, log in and enter the following announcement number: NW1-XXXX-00-K9138767-FL.
Please carefully read the announcement and follow instructions when applying. The announcement closes on 10/31/2011. Please contact Ginger Kisamore at firstname.lastname@example.org
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