Academy of Mathematics and Systems
Post-doctorate Positions on Computer
Hua Loo-Keng Center for Mathematics Sciences
(HCMS) invites outstanding young researchers in
mathematical sciences to apply for 2 post-doctorate fellow positions in 2018. The research areas
include but not limited to the following: (algebra)
computational theory, symbolic and symbolic-numerical computation, quantum algorithms,
and cryptography. Successful applicants are expected to conduct research full-time in the above
The position is for t wo years. The amount of annual salary plus fringe benefits is 300K RMB (fringe
benefits are about 20% for Chinese citizens and 5%
for non-Chinese citizens). Other welfare benefits
will be in accordance with the rules of AMSS.
According to relevant rules, the applicant’s age
should not exceed 35 years, and the time of obtaining a doctorate should not exceed three years.
The positions will open until filled. Applicants are encouraged to submit their applications before Feb. 28, 2018.
To apply, please send a message to: msc@
amss.ac.cn with the following information:
˲ detailed resume
˲ a research statement
˲ a copy of diploma certificate if available
˲ two letters of recommendation (including one
from your PhD thesis supervisor)
The University of Southern Mississippi
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
The School of Computing in the College of Science and Technology at the University of Southern Mississippi is seeking applications for one
tenure-track, Assistant Professor position in the
field of Computer Science with a start date of Fall
2018. The position will be based at the University’s main campus in Hattiesburg, MS.
Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Computer
Science or a closely related field. Candidates must
demonstrate the ability to develop a successful
research program and participate effectively in
the development and teaching of Computer Science curriculum. Applicants with a wide range of
interests in Computer Science are encouraged to
apply. Preference will be given to candidates with
expertise related to Internet of Things, embedded
systems, cloud computing and cybersecurity. Job
posting details can be found at jobs.usm.edu (Job
Applications must include: CV; cover letter;
brief statement of teaching philosophy; description of research interests, and three references.
The position will remain open until filled.
The University of Southern Mississippi is a
public, Doctoral University with Higher Research
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The Department of Computer Science at the Universität der Bundeswehr München is
seeking to fill two W1-professorship positions as soon as possible :
The research of the W1-professorship “Internet of Things” focuses on the development
of algorithms, methods, and procedures for the acquisition, processing, and evaluation
of device and sensor information, as used, for example, in networked smart homes,
smart vehicles, smart grids, smart cities, and medical implants as well as to improve
automated management tasks. Proven application areas with a direct link to IT security
and privacy as well as defined links to the research areas of the research institute, FI
CODE, are desired.
The applicants for the professorship “Internet of Things” are expected to have profound
knowledge in the fields of networked systems, computer networks, and IT security.
The appointed professor is expected to teach basic and advanced courses offered by
the computer science department at both bachelor and master level in the areas of
interconnected systems, smart things, and the analysis of attack vectors. In addition, the
willingness to acquire third-party funding, to etablish interdisciplinary collaboration,
and to actively participate in university self-management are expected.
The focus of the research profile of the W1-professorship “Geoinformatics” is in one or
more of the following areas: spatial data mining, intelligent structuring and analysis
of large spatial data, and efficient management of data acquisition and updating,
including parallel processing by applying big data frameworks.
Applicants for the “Geoinformatics” professorship are expected to have profound
knowledge in the fields of geoinformatics, spatial data mining, and big data.
Teaching involves basic and advanced courses on the subjects of geoinformatics in
the department’s bachelor’s and master’s courses, as well as input for further courses
at UniBw München. In addition, the willingness to acquire third-party funding, to
establish interdisciplinary cooperation as well as the participation in university self-management are expected.
The Universität der Bundeswehr München offers academic programs directed primarily
at officer candidates and officers, who can obtain bachelor’s and master’s degrees
within a trimester system. Depending on spare capacity, civilian students are allowed
to enroll. The study programs are complemented by interdisciplinary elements in an
integrated program entitled “studium plus”.
The requirements for the junior professorship position are an university degree,
pedagogical aptitude, and the ability to carry out scholarly research (generally
demonstrated by the outstanding quality of the applicant’s doctoral research). If the
candidate was employed as a research assistant prior to or subsequent to earning his
or her doctorate, the total duration of the doctoral research phase and the employment
phase should not exceed six years.
The appointment, unless founded on the basis of a contract under private law, will be
for an initial period of three years as a fixed-term civil servant. A further three-year
extension is planned, subject to a positive evaluation.
The University seeks to increase the number of female professors and thus explicitly
invites women to submit applications. Candidates with a severe disability and equal
qualifications will receive preferential consideration.
Please submit your application documents marked as Confidential Personnel Matter
to the Dean of the Computer Science Department, Professor Klaus Buchenrieder, PhD,
Universität der Bundeswehr München, D-85577 Neubiberg, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
by 16th of March, 2018.
University Professorship (W1) “Internet of Things” and
University Professorship (W1) “Geoinformatics“