a T&T Labs Research
Senior Member Technical Staff
AT&T Labs Research, one of the premier industrial
research laboratories in the world, is looking for
talented individuals to make a difference in the
world of communications. AT&T engages in core
computer science research, with specific research
areas including algorithms, networking, wireless,
mobile computing, speech processing, multimedia, web, social media, visualization, statistics, data management, software systems, cloud
computing, security, communications science,
and many more. Our staff includes renowned
researchers who have received many significant
honors in recognition of their scientific and
technical achievements, including fellowships at
IEEE, ACM, and SIAM, memberships in the National Academy of Engineering, and recently the
Knuth Prize. Access to massive amounts of real-world data, the ability to collaborate with external
researchers, the possibility of making an impact
by developing solutions that will be used by millions of people, and the freedom to publish our
results are just some of the reasons AT&T Labs Research is an exciting place to work.
Outstanding PhD-level candidates at all levels
of experience are encouraged to apply. Interviews
will be conducted in early 2012. AT&T Companies
are Equal Opportunity Employers. All qualified
candidates will receive full and fair consideration
for employment. Apply URL: http://www.research.
austin Peay state university
Assistant Professor/Computer Science
Job Function: Academic –
College and University
Entry Level: Yes
Job Type: Full- Time
Min Educ: Ph.D.
Min Exper: None
clemson university school of
Assistant Professor, Tenure-Track
The Clemson School of Computing invites appli-
cants for multiple tenure-track Assistant Profes-
sor positions. Persons with exceptional qualifica-
tions may be considered at a higher rank. Target
areas of strength include data analytics, graphics,
network systems, scientific computing, software
engineering, visualization, and wireless sensor
networks. We are especially interested in persons
with a proven interest in working collaboratively
with researchers outside of computer science.
Clemson is the land grant University of South
Carolina and ranks Top 25 among U. S. public uni-
versities. For more information, please see: www.
Department of Computer Science
Assistant Professor and Lecturer
We invite applications for two faculty positions:
a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant
Professor and a fixed-term position at the rank of
lecturer. Both begin in fall 2012. Required qualifications for the Assistant Professor position include a Ph.D. in computer science and ongoing,
successful research in systems, security, or architecture. Required qualifications for the Lecturer
position include an M.S. in computer science.
Both positions require an enthusiasm for teaching at the undergraduate level. Both successful
candidates will teach and advise undergraduates,
assist with ABET accreditation, and contribute to
the life of the University. The successful Assistant
Professor candidate will also conduct research.
Gonzaga is in the center of Spokane, Washington along the Spokane River. Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Washington State University, and
a thriving computer industry are nearby. Spokane,
the health care center for the inland Northwest, has
a metropolitan area population of 500,000. The city
offers excellent schools, affordable housing, music
and arts venues, a lively restaurant scene, and independent bookstores. Five ski resorts, sixty lakes,
and several national forests are all nearby. Five national parks, along with Canadian national and provincial parks, are within a day’s drive.
Gonzaga, with 7874 students, ranks third
among comprehensive universities in the western United States. Gonzaga’s engineering programs rank in the top 30 among universities
without doctoral programs in engineering. The
Department of Computer Science, housed in the
School of Engineering and Applied Science, offers a B.S. in computer science. Gonzaga University is a Jesuit, Catholic, humanistic institution,
and is therefore interested in candidates who will
contribute to its distinctive mission.
To apply, please visit our website at www.gon-
zaga.edu/employment. For assistance with your
online application, call 509-313-5996. Applica-
tions must include: 1) a cover letter describing
how you can contribute to our mission; 2) a cur-
riculum vita; 3) a statement of your teaching phi-
losophy; 4) a description of your research (for the
Assistant Professor position only); 5) names and
contact information for three professional refer-
ences. Deadline for application is February 17,
2012 at 4:00 pm. Send email inquiries to Dr. Paul
De Palma, Chair, Department of Computer Sci-
ence at firstname.lastname@example.org. Gonzaga Univer-
sity is an EE/AA employer committed to diversity.
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
The Harvard School of Engineering and Applied
Sciences (SEAS) seeks applicants for the position
of Preceptor in Computer Science, with an expected start date of February 1, 2012. The Preceptor
will be primarily responsible for the coordination
and support of Computer Science 50: Introduction to Computer Science I, a General Education
undergraduate course and Harvard College’s
second-largest. The position is an annual (
twelvemonth), academic appointment, renewable for
up to five or more years, depending on continuing
curricular need and performance. Involvement
with other SEAS courses may evolve over time.
˲ ˲ Work with and report to the faculty member
who is the principal course instructor on the
preparation of lecture materials, in-class exercises, homework assignments, and examination
˲ ˲ Lead weekly sections and teach undergraduate
˲ ˲ Hire, train, and supervise a team of teaching
fellows, including leading regular TF meetings.
˲ ˲ Design and implement tools and test cases to
be used by the course’s students and TFs.
˲ ˲ Hold office hours and work one-on-one with
A background in computer science is required;
master’s or Ph D in computer science or education
preferred. Superior organizational, written and interpersonal communication skills are necessary.
Prior experience teaching and designing problem
sets and classroom exercises strongly preferred
and industry experience is a plus.
Applicants will apply on-line at http://aca-
Required documents include a cover letter, CV,
names and contact information for at least three
references, and a summary of prior teaching or
tutoring experience including, for each course, its
name, school, description, syllabus (if available),
and website (if available).
Applications will be reviewed as they are received. Applicants are strongly encouraged to
submit applications by January 1, 2012. However,
applications will continue to be accepted until
January 15, 2012. Harvard is an Equal Opportu-nity/ Affirmative Action Employer. Applications
from women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged.