cation submission information and more details
about both positions. We expect to begin interviewing by mid January 2012. Applications will be
accepted until the positions are filled.
Swarthmore College has a strong institutional
commitment to excellence through diversity in its
educational program and employment practices
and actively seeks and welcomes applications
from candidates with exceptional qualifications,
particularly those with demonstrable commitments to a more inclusive society and world.
texas Christian university
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at Texas
Christian University seeks candidates at the Assistant Professor level for a tenure-track position in
Computer Science to start on or after August 1, 2012.
Applicants are expected to have an earned doctorate in Computer Science or related field, must have
excellent verbal and written communication skills,
and a strong commitment to teaching and research.
Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate
computing courses in the Department’s programs
in Computer Information Technology (CITE) and
Computer Science (COSC); advising and mentoring majors; developing computing curricula in
both programs; conducting research and engaged
in scholarship in computing fields; serving on college and university committees; and serving the
computing community of educators, researchers,
and professionals. Preferred areas of specialization include: operating systems, mobile and cloud
computing, and/or parallel architectures. Salary is
commensurate with qualifications and experience.
TCU only accepts online applications. Interested candidates are directed to: https://tcu.
igreentree.com\CSS_faculty. All required documents must be attached to the application during the input process. Do not send documents
directly to the department.
Applicants must upload a cover letter, vita
and representative publications and have three
letters of recommendation sent directly to Jacqu-lyn Curry in TCU Human Resources at j.curry@
tcu.edu. The candidate should not send these
Review of applications will begin immediately
and continue until the position is filled.
toyota technological institute Chicago
Computer Science at TTI Chicago
Faculty Positions at All Levels
Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago (TTIC)
is a philanthropically endowed degree-granting
institute for computer science located on the University of Chicago campus. Applications are being
accepted in all areas, but we are particularly interested in machine learning, speech processing,
computational linguistics, Computer vision, computational biology and optimization. Positions
are available at all ranks, and we have a large number of three year limited term positions currently
available. For all positions we require a Ph.D. Degree or Ph.D. candidacy, with the degree conferred
prior to date of hire. Submit your application electronically at: http://ttic.uchicago.edu/facapp/
Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago is
an Equal Opportunity Employer
university College London (uCL)
Department of Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at University College London (UCL) invites applications
for faculty positions in the areas of Networking,
Systems, Bioinformatics, and Programming Languages. Appointments will be made at the rank of
Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, or Reader (equivalent
to Assistant Professor, junior Associate Professor, and senior Associate Professor, respectively,
in the US system), commensurate with qualifications. In Networking and Systems, particular
interests include operating systems, systems security, distributed systems, networking, and their
intersection, with an emphasis on experimental
system-building. In Bioinformatics, particular
interests include novel algorithm development
in genomics (particularly for Next Generation
Sequencing and other high-throughput data
methodologies), novel algorithm development
for other cutting-edge biological problems, and
the analysis of biological networks. In Programming Languages, interests include both theory
Applicants must hold an earned Ph.D. in
Computer Science or a closely related field (or in
the case of Bioinformatics applicants, in the life
sciences) by the time they begin their appointment. In either case, they will be evaluated chiefly
on the significance and novelty of their research
to date, and their promise for leading a group in
a fruitful program of research. They must also
demonstrate a zest for teaching at the graduate
and undergraduate levels.
Since 1973, when UCL CS became the first AR-PAnet node outside the United States, the department has been a leading centre for networking
research, as demonstrated by its long-standing
strong presence in the SIGCOMM conference
proceedings. UCL also has a long history of
world-leading excellence in bioinformatics and
computational biology, and is home to over 20
groups actively working in the area, as well as
internationally recognised resources such as the
PSIPRED server and the CATH database.
UCL, the third oldest university in England,
and the first to admit students without regard
for their race or creed, sits a few blocks from the
British Museum in central London, a vibrant metropolis of 7. 1 million that offers an ever-renew-ing panoply of cultural and culinary choices, and
is a budget airfare away from all of continental
Further details about UCL CS, the posts, and
how to apply may be found at:
Our application procedure should be read be-
fore you apply, as we have specific requirements
regarding applying online and reference letters
arriving by the closing date.
All application materials must reach UCL by
the 20th of January, 2012.
Please note that UCL CS will not request your
letters; it is your responsibility to ensure your let-ter-writers send their letters to UCL CS in time to
arrive by the above deadline.
Questions about these posts may be directed
to Brad Karp (Head of Networks Research Group,
email@example.com), David Jones (Head of Bio-
informatics Research Group, firstname.lastname@example.org.
ac.uk), and John Shawe-Taylor (Head of Depart-
ment of Computer Science, email@example.com).
united states Military academy
Assistant Professor or
Senior Associate Professor of
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEM Y SEEKS
AN ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OR SENIOR ASSOCI-
ATE PROFESSOR OF COMPU TER SCIENCE
The United States Military Academy (USMA)
seeks applicants for an Assistant Professor or se-
nior Associate Professor of Computer Science.
USMA, the oldest engineering school in the nation,
is situated 50 miles north of New York City in the
picturesque Hudson Valley. We offer a Tier I under-
graduate program devoted to educating leaders of
character committed to the values of Duty, Honor,
and Country. USMA’s rigorous programs, quality
faculty, and student-to-faculty ratio of 12: 1 attract a
student body of 4,500 of the nation’s best. The De-
partment of Electrical Engineering and Computer
Science includes a team of 65 civilian and military
faculty members dedicated foremost to teaching
and student development. Faculty and students
have excellent opportunities for research, supported
by a ubiquitous campus computing environment
and laboratory facilities that are among the best in
the nation. The department offers ABET accredited
majors in Computer Science, Information Techno-
lology and Electrical Engineering, two minors, and
two required freshman and junior level courses for
all students. Between 50 and 80 majors graduate
from our programs each year. Applicants must be se-
nior educators holding an advanced degree (Ph.D.)
in Computer Science or closely related field. Exten-
sive teaching experience in mainstream computer
science is desired; relevant industry experience is
beneficial. We are looking for well-rounded profes-
sionals capable of designing, teaching, and oversee-
ing a variety of courses and programs, conducting
research in mainstream computer science, serving
as mentors to junior faculty members, supporting
students in and outside the classroom, and con-
tributing to department and academy governance.
USMA offers renewable contracts in lieu of tenure.
Salaries are competitive. Applications will be accept-
ed until the position is filled. Applications and ques-
tions may be directed to COL Barry L. Shoop, United
States Military Academy, Department of Electrical
Engineering and Computer Science, MADN-EECS,
West Point, New York, 10996-1787, (845) 938-6980,
firstname.lastname@example.org. The United States Military
Academy is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
united states naval academy
Computer Science Department
The U.S. Naval Academy’s Computer Science Department invites applications for one or more
tenure track positions at the rank of Assistant
Professor. These positions are anticipated to begin in the Fall of 2012. A Ph.D. in Computer Science or closely related field is required.
Applicants will be considered from all areas of
Computer Science, and must have a dedication to