Computer Science Tenure-Track
Assistant (preferred) or associate/full professor
position in computer science to continue to develop our growing collaborations between computer science and biology. Starting August 2009.
See http://cs.conncoll.edu/job.html for details.
the college of staten island (csi)
Assistant Professor of Scientific Computation
The College of Staten Island (CSI), a senior college of The City University of New York (CUNY)
housing the CUNY High Performance Computing Center (HPC), seeks candidates for tenure-track positions as Assistant Professor of Scientific
Computation to begin September 2009.
Demonstrated expertise in the use of modern
high performance computational platforms and an
earned Ph.D. in any area of biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, mathematics, physics,
or related scientific fields required. The successful
candidate is expected to establish a vigorous externally funded research program in the appropriate
academic area and to participate in CUNY doctoral
programs. Preference will be given to individuals with
demonstrated experience in interdisciplinary projects. Review of applications will begin immediately.
Send a letter of application, statement of research goals and teaching philosophy, curriculum vitae and at least three letters of reference
under separate cover by December 16, 2008 to:
Professor Andrew Poje, Chair
Scientific Computation Search Committee
Office of the Dean, Room 1A-312
College of Staten Island
2800 Victory Boulevard
Staten Island, NY 10314
Department of Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at Duke University invites applications and nominations for
faculty positions at all levels, to begin August 2009.
We are interested in strong candidates in all active
research areas of computer science, both core and
interdisciplinary areas, including algorithms, artificial intelligence, computational biology, computational economics, computer architecture, computer vision, database systems, distributed systems,
machine learning, networking, and security.
The department is committed to increasing the
diversity of its faculty, and we strongly encourage applications from women and minority candidates.
A successful candidate must have a solid disciplinary foundation and demonstrate promise of
outstanding scholarship in every respect, including
research and teaching. Please refer to www.cs.duke.
edu for information about the department.
Applications should be submitted online at
www.cs.duke.edu/facsearch. A Ph. D. in computer
science or related area is required. To guarantee
full consideration, applications and letters of reference should be received by January 4, 2009.
Durham, Chapel Hill, and the Research Tri-
angle of North Carolina are vibrant, diverse, and
thriving communities, frequently ranked among
the best places in the country to live and work.
Duke and the many other universities in the area
offer a wealth of education and employment opportunities for spouses and families.
emporia state university
Department of Mathematics,
Computer Science and Economics
Tenure-track Assistant Professor
Emporia State University, Department of Mathematics, Computer Science and Economics seeks
applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position beginning August, 2009. A Ph.D. in
computer science or a closely related field is required. For complete information concerning the
position see http://www.emporia.edu/esu/view-
Applications and recommendation letters may
be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications
received by December 15, 2008, will receive full
consideration. Background checks are required.
An AA/EOE institution, Emporia State University
encourages women and minorities to apply.
Department of Mathematics and
Computer Science Faculty Position
The Department of Mathematics and Computer
Science at Fairfield University invites applica-
Windows Kernel Source and Curriculum Materials for
Academic Teaching and Research.
The Windows® Academic Program from Microsoft® provides the materials you
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The program includes:
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