Brown university/institute for
Computational and Experimental
Research in mathematics (iCERm)
postdoctoral fellowship and institute postdoctoral fellowship Opportunities at Brown University/institute for computational and experimental research in Mathematics (icerM): ICERM
invites applications for two types of positions.
postdoctoral fellowship: four one-semester
non-renewable Postdoctoral Fellowships with
stipend, to commence in January 2014. These positions are intended for mathematical scientists
at an early career stage who would like to participate in the spring 2014 semester long program at
ICERM: Network Science and Graph Algorithms.
All application materials must be submitted on
line at https://www.mathjobs.org/jobs/jobs/3877.
institute postdoctoral fellowship: a one-year
non-renewable salaried Postdoctoral Institute
Fellowship that commences in September 2013.
This position is intended for mathematical scientists at an early career stage who will be in residence at ICERM starting in September 2013 with
an ICERM faculty mentor, and who would like to
participate in ICERM’s spring 2014 semester program: Network Science and Graph Algorithms. All
application materials must be submitted on line
Documentation of completion of all requirements for a doctoral degree in mathematics or
a related area by the start of the appointment is
required. Preference will be given to applicants
with a PhD awarded in 2010 or later.
Brown University is an Equal Opportunity/
Affirmative Action employer and encourages
applications from women and minorities.
Tenure Track Faculty Position
Computer Science - Tenure track faculty position in
Computer Science Department at Cal Poly, San Luis
Obispo, California beginning September 2012. Particular areas of interest include: network security,
mobile security, information assurance, usability and
security, digital forensics, biometrics. Cal Poly is currently developing a state of the art cyber security laboratory for teaching and research in cyber security.
For details, qualifications, and application instructions (online application required), visit www.
calpolyjobs.org and apply to requisition 102596.
Carnegie mellon university
Tepper School of Business
Information Systems Tenure-Track Faculty
The Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mel-
lon University seeks a professor in Information
Systems for tenure-track appointment, starting
September 2013. We invite applications from
individuals who are involved in cutting edge re-
search involving information technologies and
who are interested in how information technol-
ogy will transform businesses, markets, and eco-
nomic processes. Applicants may hold a doctoral
degree in information systems, any other busi-
ness discipline, computer science, economics, or
statistics. We are primarily seeking candidates at
the Assistant Professor level. Applicants should
have completed or be nearing completion of a
Ph.D., and should demonstrate potential for ex-
cellence in research and teaching. Teaching as-
signments encompass BS, Masters, and Ph.D.
programs. Being an innovative technology expert
in a leading business school brings unique oppor-
tunities for high-impact and highly visible work;
collaboration across disciplines is an important
part of the culture of the Tepper School and the
wider Carnegie Mellon community. This open
environment provides opportunities to work with
our top-ranked economics and marketing groups
and the school of computer science.
Applicants should submit a current curriculum
vitae, a statement of research interests, a short
statement of teaching philosophy, copies of up
to four representative publications or preprints,
and at least three references through https://aca-
If you have any questions about the application, please contact Mr. Phil Conley (isgroup@
andrew.cmu.edu, 412-268-6212). Screening begins immediately and candidates are encouraged
to submit their completed applications as soon
as possible. In order to ensure full consideration,
completed applications must be received by November 30, 2012.
Carnegie Mellon is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer with particular interest in
identifying women and minority applicants for faculty positions.
Department of Computer Science
College of Engineering
Drexel University’s Department of Computer Sci-
ence ( www.cs.drexel.edu) in the College of Engi-
neering invites applications for up to 3 tenure-
track faculty positions at the Assistant Professor
level. Preferred areas of expertise are Systems,
Data Mining, and Networks. Candidates in areas
that align with the strengths of the department
will also be considered, namely Software Engi-
neering, HCI, Applied Algorithms, Computer Vi-
sion, Security, AI, Scientific Computation, High
Performance Computing, and Computer Gam-
ing. The department offers BS, BA, MS, and PhD
degrees in computer science, as well as BS and MS
degrees in software engineering. The department
has a tradition of rigorous academic programs
that feature a co-op experience, and a strong em-
phasis on research, as evidenced by the number
of NSF CAREER Award recipients on the faculty.
Research Scientist in HGST (a Western Digital
Company) Research Storage Architecture
HGST San Jose Research Center is a premier research center with more than 120 researchers
working in many exciting fields including storage architecture, consumer electronics, storage
technology, nanotechnology, electronics, nano-magnetism and micromechanics. Join the team
of outstanding HGST Research scientists and
engineers located in the evergreen hills of Yerba
Buena in San Jose, and generate new ideas, publications and patents in the area of storage architecture.
The job opening is in the area of research of
storage architecture and systems, more specifically operating systems, novel file systems, reliability of storage devices and systems and novel
storage and computing architectures. Ideal can-