ohio northern university
The Electrical & Computer Engineering and Computer Science (ECCS) Department at Ohio Northern University seeks applicants for a tenure-track
faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor
to start September 1, 2009. Appointee must have
a keen interest in undergraduate education with
a strong commitment to teaching. Ph.D. in computer science, computer engineering, or related
field by date of employment is required. Applicants in the final stages of a Ph.D. program may
be considered for appointment as an Instructor.
Candidates with expertise in the area of micro-controllers and/or teaching experience in introductory computer programming will be given
preference. The department offers B.S. degrees
in computer engineering, computer science,
and electrical engineering. The 160+ students in
the three programs are well prepared and highly
motivated. The facilities are well equipped and
maintained by a full-time technician. Our nine
faculty members are enthusiastic and dedicated
to undergraduate teaching.
Founded in 1871, Ohio Northern University,
located in West Central Ohio, is a private university offering a diverse, dynamic and unique
learning community, with rigorous professional
programs in partnership with the arts and the sciences. Its 3,600 students study for graduate and
undergraduate degrees in five colleges: Arts and
Sciences, Engineering, Business Administration,
Pharmacy, and Law. Ohio Northern takes pride in
being a student-centered, service-oriented, val-
ues-based institution. Further information about
the University is available at http://www.onu.edu.
Applicants should submit a letter of application, vita, transcripts, and three letters of recommendation to: Dr. John K. Estell, Chair, Electrical
& Computer Engineering and Computer Science
Department, Ohio Northern University, 525 S.
Main St., Ada, Ohio 45810. Ohio Northern University is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity
Employer, and women and minority candidates
are encouraged to apply. The search will continue
until the position is filled.
Polytechnic institute of new York
Postdoctoral Position in
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Polytechnic Institute of New York
University is seeking applicants for a post doctorate position in the area of parallel computing.
Among the position requirements are a PhD in
computer science, electrical engineering or computer engineering and a background in multiprocessor architectures, embedded systems, mi-croarchitectural design and operating systems..
The successful candidate will participate in the
research and development and integration of a
high performance computing system being developed within our department. The position is for
two years starting immediately. To apply send an
email with your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Department of Computer Science
Faculty and/or Research Positions
The Department of Computer Science at Rice
University seeks applications for several tenure-track faculty appointments to start in July 2009.
We welcome outstanding candidates in all areas
of computer science. We are particularly looking
for candidates with interests and experience in
any aspect of one of the following two areas:
Analyzing, designing, and verifying complex systems. These systems maybe biological,
mechanical or information-based. Examples of
complex systems include but are not limited to
swarm-based robotics, multi-agent artificial intelligence, social networks and synthetic biology.
This search is part of a larger School of Engineering search in complex systems involving multiple
positions in multiple departments.
Biomedical informatics, including but not
limited to work in bio-informatics, computational
biology, imaging informatics, clinical informatics
and public health informatics. This search is in anticipation of furthering Rice University’s collaboration with the Baylor College of Medicine and Texas
Children’s Hospital. These positions are designed
to facilitate joint research bet ween Rice faculty and
members of the Texas Medical Center.
We anticipate hiring at all ranks including Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Full Professor. The Department and its associated research
groups also have openings for research positions,
including research faculty, research scientists, and
postdoctoral researchers. The availability of re-
Department of Computer Science
Applications are invited for two tenure-track assistant professorships
beginning September 2009 (pending approval). Qualifications required of
all applicants include a Ph. D. in Computer Science or related discipline, a
strong research record, and a commitment to teaching. All research areas
of Computer Science will be considered. Particular attention will be given to
candidates pursuing research in Computing Systems, Trustworthy Computing, and/or Informatics (e.g., databases, data mining, machine learning).
Currently, the Department comprises 17 faculty members, and offers programs leading to B. A., M. A., and Ph. D. degrees. In recent years the Department has expanded in research strength with current research interests
including databases, fault-tolerant computing, image and video computing,
network protocols and services, operating systems, performance evaluation,
programming languages, real-time systems, security, and theory of computation and algorithms. In addition, the Department maintains a close association with other university groups working in various applied computing areas
including scientific computing, computer engineering, and bioinformatics.
The Department maintains a state-of-the-art computing environment and
has full access to the university’s supercomputing facilities, high-speed
campus networks, and Internet2. Recently, the Department has received
significant government and industry grants for research, research infrastructure, and for graduate student support. We anticipate that this period of
growth will continue based on our recent successes and the continued strong
support of the University.
Additional information on the Department is available from
Qualified applicants should apply by filling out the application form available
at http://www2.cs.bu.edu/faculty-app/, or by sending their resume, a cover
letter stating one’s areas of specialization, and at least three letters of recommendation to:
Faculty Search Committee
Computer Science Department
111 Cummington Street
Boston, MA 02215
Faculty Opening in Computer Engineering
The Computer Engineering group of the ECE department at Northeastern
University in Boston, MA, invites applications from candidates for several
open positions. The CE group at NEU is a dynamic group of 11 faculty with
established strengths in several areas including computer architecture,
computer networks, VLSI design and testing, reliable computing, computer
vision, machine learning, embedded systems and information assurance.
We anticipate hiring strong candidates at the Assistant Professor level,
although exceptional applicants at other ranks will be considered. We have
a particular interest in attracting candidates with expertise in computer
security, computer networking, embedded systems, parallel/multi-core
computer architecture, nanoscale VLSI design (scaled CMOS and beyond),
robotics, and software engineering.
Computer Engineering is just one area of strength in the ECE Department
at Northeastern University ( http://www.ece.neu.edu), which has over
40 faculty members. The ECE department has established areas of
excellence in sensing and imaging (NSF Center), nanomanufacturing (NSF
Center), communications and digital signal processing, power and control
systems, power electronics, microwave magnetic materials and device
A Ph.D. in Computer Engineering, Computer Science or a closely related
field is required. Successful candidates will be expected to develop strong
independent research programs and to excel in teaching in both our
undergraduate and graduate programs.
To apply, please submit complete curriculum vitae, research and
teaching statements, and names and contact information for at least four
references. All materials should be clearly marked with the applicant’s
name. Screening for the applications will start on January 1, 2009
and will continue until the position is filled. Materials should be sent
electronically (all in PDF) to email@example.com.
Northeastern University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action,
Title IX, educational institution and employer. For additional information