tribution by the University to a retirement
benefits scheme and/or a gratuity payable
upon satisfactory completion of contract, annual leave, medical & dental benefits for appointee and family, accommodation and relocation allowance where appropriate. Initial
appointment will be made on a fixed-term
contract of two/three years commencing September 2008. Re-appointment thereafter is
subject to mutual agreement.
Application Procedure: Application, together
with curriculum vitae, brief statements of teaching and research interests, and copies of tran-scripts/testimonials should be sent to the Personnel Office, Hong Kong Baptist University,
Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong Fax: (852) 3411-
5001; e-mail: email@example.com. Application forms can be downloaded from: [http://www.
hkbu.edu.hk/~pers. Applicants should also send
in samples of publications, preferably five best
ones out of their most recent publications, and
request four referees to send in confidential reference to the Personnel Office direct. Please
quote PR number on the application and any
Details of the University's Personal Information Collection Statement can be found at
http://www.hkbu.edu.hk/~pers/job. The University reserves the right not to make an appointment for the posts advertised, and the appointment will be made according to the terms &
conditions then applicable at the time of offer.
Closing Date: 31 March 2008 (or until the
position is filled). Review of applications will
begin from January 2008.
Indiana University of
Computer Science Department
Computer Science Department at Indiana
University of Pennsylvania -Tenure-track position at the Assistant/Associate Professor
level. For details, call 724-357-7994 or
IUP is an equal opportunity employer
gies through spinoffs or licensing and having
fun too! So, come join us! We are looking for:
Research Fellows with PhD in Computer
Science or related disciplines. You will be doing research in computer graphics. The current
focus is on the technologies of the personal 3D
entertainment systems. These technologies include modeling, rendering, animation, imaging, display, haptics and interactive techniques.
The expected deliverables are publications,
patents and prototype systems. You should
have strong research track record, software design and programming experiences.
Institute for Infocomm
Our passionate team at the Institute for Info-
comm Research (I2R) has won international
awards and competitions, set international stan-
dards, successfully commercialised our technolo-
Windows Kernel Source and Curriculum Materials for
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The Windows® Academic Program from Microsoft® provides the materials you
need to integrate Windows kernel technology into the teaching and research
of operating systems.
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well as the original design documents for Windows NT.
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Iowa State University
Department of Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at Iowa
State University is seeking outstanding candidates
to fill a tenure-track position, to commence in Au-
gust, 2008. We are especially interested in appli-
cants at the assistant professor level in Program-
ming Languages and/or Software Engineering.
Successful candidates will have demonstrated po-
tential for outstanding research and instruction in
computer science. A Ph.D. or equivalent in Com-
puter Science or a closely related field is required.
Our department currently consists of 27 full-time
tenure-track faculty members. We offer B.S., M.S.,
and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science and par-
ticipate in new B.S. degrees in Software Engineer-
ing and in Bioinformatics and Computational Bi-
ology. We also participate in interdepartmental
graduate programs in Bioinformatics and Com-
putational Biology, Human-Computer Interac-
tions, and Information Assurance. We have about
330 B.S. students, 60 M.S. students, and 110
Ph.D. students. Almost all graduate students are
supported by research or teaching assistantships.
We have strong research and educational programs
in Algorithms and Complexity, Artificial Intelli-
gence, Bioinformatics and Computational Biol-
ogy, Databases, Data Mining, Information Assur-
ance, Programming Languages, Multimedia
Systems, Operating Systems and Networks, Ro-
botics, and Software Engineering. Our depart-
ment has over $6.5 million in active research
grants. With the above interdisciplinary activities
included, we contribute to active research and
training grants totaling approximately $20 mil-
lion. A dynamic faculty, a moderate teaching load
(typically 3 courses per year with one course re-
duction for active researchers and possible further
reductions for junior faculty), a strong graduate
program, and a well-funded research program pro-
vide an excellent academic environment. In addi-
tion, cutting-edge research and education are nur-
tured through interdisciplinary interactions
facilitated by the Laurence H. Baker Center for
Bioinformatics and Biological Statistics, the Cen-
ter for Computational Intelligence, Learning and
Discovery, the Center for Integrative Animal Ge-
nomics, the Cyber Innovation Institute, the Infor-