The Department of Mathematics and
Computer Science at Barry University invites
applications for a faculty position in Computer
Science with the rank of Assistant Professor,
starting in Fall 2008. More information at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Barry is an EOE.
Colorado State University
CSU’s College of Engineering seeks a part
time administrative professional for web
design. For full job description and requirements, see www.engr.colostate.edu/ens/jobs/.
Full consideration deadline is May 5, 2008.
Limited interview travel funds. CSU is an
The Department of Computer Science at
KAIST, the top Science & Engineering
University in Korea, invites applications for
multiple tenure-track faculty positions at all
levels. Applicants are welcome in all major
fields of computer science, computer engineering and their interdisciplinary areas.
Applicants must have a Ph.D. or an equivalent
degree in computer science or a closely related
field by the time of appointment. Strong candidates who are expected to achieve the Ph.D.
degrees within a year can be offered our
appointment. Applicants must demonstrate
strong research potential and commitment to
teaching. KAIST offers a competitive start-up
research fund and joint appointment with
KAIST Institutes, which will expand opportunities in interdisciplinary research and funding. KAIST attracts nationwide top students
pursuing B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees. The
teaching load is three hours per semester.
KAIST also provides housing for five years.
KAIST is committed to increasing the number
of female and non-Korean faculty members.
Applicants should submit the application
form and CV along with the required documents to Head, Department of Computer
Science (email: email@example.com) or
Chair, Search Committee, Department of
Computer Science (email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ac.kr). For more information on available positions, please visit the KAIST website:
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Professor in Computer Science
Tenure-track vacancy in Computer
The Department of Computer Science, faculty of
Engineering announces a vacancy for a full time
tenured or tenure-track position in the field of
computer networks, starting October 1st 2009.
Candidates should have substantial and
internationally recognized research expertise in
the area of software for traditional computer
networks (internet, intranet) as well as for new
platforms (for instance sensor networks). This
research includes network and transport protocols, typically realized within the operating system, and session and application protocols, typically realized within a middleware. Security of
and within network software is an important
field of research. There is also a growing interest in management aspects such as the management of software configurations and the generation and enforcement of policies.
The candidate will attract and lead national and international research projects. He/she
should have demonstrable research and didactical experience in the domain of software for
computer networks. The candidate is expected
to take a leading role in attracting and guiding PhD students and to network with leading foreign institutions (inside/outside EU).
The candidate will teach courses on computer networks in the master programs of
engineering (computer science), the master of
informatics, the bachelor of engineering
and/or the bachelor of informatics.
All candidates must have a PhD in Sciences
or Applied Sciences. Initially candidates can
teach in English. They must commit themselves to learning Dutch, so that they are able
to teach in Dutch after a trial period.
The appointment will be made in the rank
of assistant professor or higher, depending on
the qualifications of the candidate. The
K.U.Leuven is an equal opportunity employer.
Inquires about the position should be
directed to Pierre Verbaeten, head of the
department of Computer Science
( pierre.verbaeten at cs.kuleuven.be).
NEC Laboratories America
Research Staff Positions
NEC Laboratories America, a premier research
facility of NEC Corporation, has multiple
openings in the Systems Architecture
Department in Princeton, NJ. We invite
applications from exceptional candidates
(senior-level or junior-level) for research staff
and associate research staff positions. The
Systems Architecture department's mission is
to innovate, design, evaluate and deliver system architecture (hardware and software) solutions to realize high-performance systems.
Candidates for the RSM position must have
a PhD in CS, CE, or EE, strong research record
and excellent credentials in the international
research community. Applicants must be able
to propose and execute innovative research
projects, including prototyping effort that
leads to demonstration in an industry environment. Applicants must demonstrate competency in one or more of the following Systems
Architecture areas: parallel programming
models and run-times, parallel hardware
architectures, system software for chip-level
multiprocessors (including operating systems,
server/domain-specific middleware), with a
focus on high performance.
Candidates for the ARSM position must have
at least a MS in CS, CE, or EE, with a strong
motivation and skill set to prototype/transfer
innovative research results into industry prac-
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