be viewed favorably. Candidates should have a
strong research profile such as demonstrated by relevant and recent contributions in top ranked conferences and journals, presentations at significant
conferences, awards, and similar evidence. Successful teaching experience is also desired. A PhD
in computer science or a closely related discipline
is required by date of hire, expected to be 9/1/2018.
The successful candidate will be expected to
establish a dynamic research program in his or her
fields of expertise, to become an engaging teacher,
adviser, and mentor at both the undergraduate
and graduate levels, and to make a strong commitment to curricula development. The typical
teaching load is three courses per year, including both undergraduate and graduate courses in
the School’s academic programs. Service to the
School, College, and University is expected.
Increasing diversity of the computing profession is one of our strategic priorities, and women
and traditionally underrepresented people in computing fields are particularly encouraged to apply.
To apply, visit https://bit.ly/UMaineCSPosi-tion (full position announcement). Also arrange
for three letters of recommendation to be sent to
Roy Turner, Chair, CS Faculty Search Committee,
University of Maine, 5711 Boardman Hall, Orono,
ME 04469-5711 or email@example.com. Incomplete applications cannot be considered. Review
of applications will begin 1/15/2018 and continue
until the position is filled.
The University of Maine, an EO/AA employer,
seeks to employ outstanding people who contribute to the rich cultural diversity expected in
a university setting. All qualified individuals are
encouraged to apply.
The University of Texas at San Antonio
Faculty Position in Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) invites applications for two tenured/tenure-track positions,
starting in Fall 2018. The first position is for a tenure-track Assistant or tenured/tenure-track Associate Professor in Game-related areas. The focus is on
Computer Graphics, especially 3D animation, 3D
modeling, and real-time rendering; and/or Human
Computer Interaction, especially human computer
interfaces, virtual reality, augmented reality, and
game analytics. The second position is for a tenured/tenure-track Associate Professor in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence, focusing on cyber
security, Internet of things, bioinformatics, natural
language processing, speech recognition, language
understanding, computer vision, or machine learning. This position is part of UTSA’s focused cluster
hiring plan under the Gold Star Initiative to recruit
top-tier researchers over a four-year period.
See http://www.cs.utsa.edu/fsearch for information on the Department and application instructions. Screening of applications will begin
immediately. The search will continue until the
positions are filled or the search is closed.
The University of Texas at San Antonio is an
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
Department of Computer Science
RE: Faculty Search
The University of Texas at San Antonio
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doc stay abroad and must have demonstrated
their outstanding research potential and ability
to successfully lead a research group.
Reviewing of applications will commence on
01 Jan 2018. The final deadline is 31 Jan 2018. Ap-
plicants should submit their CV, copies of their
school and university reports, list of publications,
reprints of five selected publications, names of
3-5 references, a brief description of their previ-
ous research and a detailed description of the
proposed research project (including possible
opportunities for collaboration with existing re-
search groups at Saarbrücken and Stanford) to:
Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Seidel
Max Planck Institute for Informatics,
Campus E 1 4, 66123 Saarbrücken, Germany;
The Max Planck Center is an equal opportuni-
ty employer and women are encouraged to apply.
Additional information is available on the
North Dakota State University
Tenure-Track Assistant/Associate Professor
The Department of Computer Science seeks to fill
two tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor
positions, one in Computational Biology and the
other in Cyber Security and Big Data starting Fall
2018. See https://www.ndsu.edu/cs/policies_and_
information/cs_department_positions/ for more
information about the department and positions.
NDSU offers degrees at all levels in Computer
Science and Software Engineering. Research and
teaching excellence is expected. Normal teaching
loads are three courses per year. Salary is competitive.
The Computer Science Department has 13
faculty, 7 lecturers and approximately 150 graduate (Ph.D. and M.S.) students, and nearly 500
Assistant/Associate Professor – Computational
Ph.D. in Computer Science, Computational Biology, Bioinformatics, Health Informatics, or a
closely related field. See https://jobs.ndsu.edu/
postings/8780 for more information and to apply.
Assistant/Associate Professor – Cyber Security
Ph. D. in Computer Science or Software Engineering with focus on Cybersecurity, Big Data, Data
Mining or a closely related topic. See https://jobs.
ndsu.edu/postings/8777 for more information
and to apply.
Minimum requirements for both positions
are: Experience or other evidence of potential for
excellence in undergraduate and graduate teaching, research and service. Effective oral and written communication skills are necessary. Experience or other evidence of potential to conduct
research in ecosystems, sustainability or health
applied to rural populations is desirable.
NDSU is a top national research university. Fargo is a clean, growing metropolitan area of 250,000
that consistently ranks near the top in national
quality-of-life-surveys. We have low levels of crime
and pollution, excellent schools, short commutes,
and proximity to the Minnesota lake country. The
community has a symphony, an opera, a domed
stadium, a community theater, three colleges, a research technology park and many other amenities.
NDSU is an equal opportunity institution.
Review of applications begins January 15,
2018. Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.
NDSU is an EEO/AA-MF/Vet/Disability.
University of Maine
Tenure-Track Faculty Position
in Computer Science
The School of Computing and Information Science
seeks applicants for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position with research foci in the broad areas
of Secure Computing and/or Software Engineering.
While strong candidates in all related areas will
be considered, expertise in cybersecurity is desired,
either in a sub-area (e.g., trustworthy computing,
development and architecture of secure software
systems, formal methods, and software systems
verification) or as it pertains to another area (e.g.,
networks, Internet of Things, software engineering,
operating systems, trust/verification of AI, and deep
learning systems). Regardless of the candidate’s research area, teaching courses in cybersecurity is required. We are particularly interested in candidates
that complement the School’s existing research
strengths in Artificial Intelligence, Data Management, Distributed Systems, Human Computer Interaction, and Spatial Informatics with potential
for collaborations within the School. The ability to
contribute to campus-wide Signature and Emerging areas of excellence in Data Science and STEM
Education Research (with focus on CS) also would
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