In terms of applications, areas of interest include computational science, engineering, or the
social sciences. We encourage applications from
candidates whose research examines computational issues raised by very large data sets or massively parallel processing.
Candidates are required to have a PhD or an
equivalent terminal degree, or to be able to certify
that they will receive the degree within one year
of the expected start date. In addition, we seek
candidates who have an outstanding research record and a strong commitment to undergraduate
teaching and graduate training.
Required documents include a CV, a statement of research and teaching interests, up to
three representative papers, and names and contact information for at least three references.
The Computer Science and Applied Mathematics programs at Harvard University benefit
from outstanding undergraduate and graduate
students, an excellent location, significant industrial collaboration, and substantial support from
the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied
Sciences. Information about Harvard’s current
faculty, research, and educational programs is
available at http://www.seas.harvard.edu.
Applications will be reviewed as they are received. The review of applications will begin on
December 15, 2011, and applicants are strongly
encouraged to submit applications by that date;
however, applications will continue to be accepted at least until January 15, 2012. Harvard is an
Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer.
Applications from women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged.
Department of Computer Science
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Kettering University’s Department of Computer
Science, located in Flint, MI invites applications
for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position. Requirements include a Ph.D. in Computer Science
in the areas of Virtual Reality, Computer Simulation or Computer Gaming; demonstrated or exceptional promise of excellence in teaching a broad
range of undergraduate courses; evidence or exceptional promise of research in the areas of Virtual Reality, Simulation or Gaming. Job duties: Teach
undergraduate courses in computer science; advise students; conduct research and publish results in peer-reviewed journals & at conferences;
actively pursue research funding opportunities;
and provide service to the department, university,
profession and community. Application review
will begin December 1, 2011 and will continue until the position is filled, to start July 2012. For more
information or to apply, visit jobs.kettering.edu/
applicants/Central?quickFind=50991 for application instructions. AA/EOE
Lawrence technological university
Director of Video Game Development
The Department of Mathematics and Computer
Science at Lawrence Tech anticipates the appointment of a Director of Video Game Development.
The ideal candidate will have at least a Masters
degree in computer science, at least 5 years of ex-
perience as a game designer, project management
experience, be committed to the development of a
nationally recognized program, be primarily com-
mitted to the development of undergraduate and
professional graduate computer science students
through teaching, applied projects and scholar-
ship, be able to work effectively in interdisciplin-
ary teams, and believe strongly in the value of both
theory and application. Applicants should email a
cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teach-
ing philosophy and research interests, and three
letters of recommendation via email.
Max Planck institute for software
Applications are invited for tenure-track and
tenured faculty positions in all areas related to
the study, design, and engineering of software
systems. These areas include, but are not limited
to, data and information management, programming systems, software verification, parallel, distributed and networked systems, and embedded
systems, as well as cross-cutting areas like security, machine learning, usability, and social aspects
of software systems.
A doctoral degree in computer science or related areas and an outstanding research record
are required. Successful candidates are expected
to build a team and pursue a highly visible re-
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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 relevant to defence. It offers:
• 3-year research grant that commensurate with the scope of work,
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:
1. Advanced Protective Materials
2. Bio-mimetic Aerodynamics
3. Cyber Security
4. Sensemaking Technology
5. Sensor Systems and Signal Processing
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/index_trf.html
NUS – http://www.nus.edu.sg/dpr/funding/trf.htm
Closing date: 10 February 2012 (Friday)
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to Singapore to present their research
plans, meet local researchers and identify potential collaborators in May 2012.