Ph.D. in Biomedical, Electrical, or Computer Engineering, or a closely related field, before September 1, 2013, to be appointed as an assistant
professor. In addition, applicants must: 1) demonstrate strong research potential, as evidenced
by peer-reviewed publications; and 2) demonstrate substantial potential to attract extramural
Applicants are expected to have significant experience in designing and implementing experimental cross-disciplinary systems, and to have a
demonstrated commitment to the responsibilities listed above.
how to apply: To be considered, applicants
must complete an online faculty application specific to the rank of interest and upload (i) a brief
statement of interest, (ii) a curriculum vitae, (iii) a
statement of research and teaching interests, (iv)
a sample of three publications, (v) a representative sample of course evaluations or teaching assessments, if applicable, and (vi) complete contact information for at least five references.
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Georgia institute of technology
Tenure-Track Faculty Positions at the School of
Computer Science, Georgia Tech
School of Computer Science
The School of Computer Science in the College of
Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology invites applications for tenure-track faculty
positions. We are primarily seeking junior-level
candidates at the assistant professor level. Truly
exceptional candidates at the Associate and Full
Professor level may also be considered. Applicants should have completed or be near completion of a Ph.D. in computer science or a related
field and should demonstrate potential for excellence in research and teaching. The School
of Computer Science, one of three schools in the
College of Computing, focuses on research that
makes computing and communication smart,
fast, reliable, and secure, with research groups
in computer architecture, databases, machine
learning, networks, programming languages, security, software engineering, systems, and theory.
We seek candidates whose research addresses
the future challenges of computing either by adding to or enhancing the current research areas of
the school. Candidates who bridge research areas
within the school or between the school and other disciplines are particularly welcome.
Applications will be considered until open
positions are filled. However, to receive full con-
sideration, applications should be submitted by
December 10, 2012. Application materials should
include a full academic CV, teaching and research
statements, a list of at least three references, and
up to three publications. Applicants are encour-
aged to clearly identify in their cover letter the
area(s) that best describe their research interests.
All applications must be submitted online. More
information about the School of Computer Sci-
ence and application instructions are available at
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
The Harvard School of Engineering and Applied
Sciences (SEAS) seeks applicants for a position
at the level of tenure-track assistant professor in
Computer Science, with an expected start date of
July 1, 2013.
This is a broad search, and we welcome outstanding applicants in all areas of computer science. This includes applicants whose research
and interests connect to such areas as computational science, engineering, health and medicine,
or the social sciences.
The Computer Science program at Harvard
University benefits from outstanding undergraduate and graduate students, an excellent location,
significant industrial collaboration, and substantial support from the School of Engineering and
Applied Sciences. Information about Harvard’s
current faculty, research, and educational programs is available at http://www.seas.harvard.
The College of Engineering’s newly formed School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge (LSU) seeks
applicants and nominations for the position of school director. An individual meeting college-wide criteria will also be appointed to the endowed M.B. Voorhies
About the School: The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science was formed from two separate departments in 2012. It resides in the College of Engineering
and includes approximately 40 faculty members distributed across two divisions: the Division of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and the Division of Computer
Science and Engineering (CSE). ECE offers BS degrees in electrical engineering and computer engineering programs, MS and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering.
CSE offers a BS degree in computer science, an MS degree in system science, and a Ph.D. degree in computer science. All undergraduate programs in the school are
accredited by ABET. The College of Engineering at LSU is home to eleven degree programs, has the second largest student enrollment on campus and ranks 7th in the
nation for the number of undergraduate degrees granted. LSU is the flagship university in Louisiana, is classified by Carnegie Research Foundation as RU/VH (research
university, very high research activity), and has a current enrollment exceeding 28,000 students. Baton Rouge, located on the east bank of the Mississippi River, has a
metropolitan population of approximately 800,000 and is the center of major industrial, petrochemical, medical, government, and research activity.
Responsibilities: The director of the School of EECS will be responsible for advancing research, teaching, and outreach activities, as well as managing school needs,
resources, budgets, and personnel. This individual will be expected to advance the school in research activity, fundraising, and improving visibility nationally and internationally.
He or she is expected to exhibit a commitment to diversity, have an appreciation of the diverse research and teaching activities in the school, and take a leadership role in
interactions with alumni and industry. The director reports directly to the dean of the College of Engineering and is the primary liaison between the school and the college.
Associate chairs of ECE and CSE will coordinate the division level administrative and academic functions and report to the school director.
Qualifications: The newly formed School of EECS is looking for a director with the vision to leverage the existing potential of this school, as well as develop new
opportunities. The position requires an earned doctorate from an appropriate accredited institution in electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science, or
a closely related discipline. We invite applications from candidates with outstanding records in scholarly research and demonstrated leadership skills, including the ability
to communicate effectively with students, faculty, alumni, industry partners, and the community.
Application: Candidates should include a complete CV and a list of at least three professional references with the electronic application materials. An offer of employment
is contingent on a satisfactory pre-employment background check. Applications will be reviewed beginning January 1, 2013 and will continue until a suitable candidate
is selected. Apply online at www.lsusystemcareers.lsu.edu, Position #026403. LSU welcomes nominations of candidates. Letters of nomination may be e-mailed to the
search committee chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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