Assistant or Associate Professor of
Gonzaga University seeks applicants for an Assistant or Associate Professor of Computer Science.
This is a full-time, tenure track position to begin
in the fall semester, 2009. Required qualifications:
demonstrated expertise in data mining, database
management systems, scientific visualization,
or bioinformatics; Ph.D. in computer science or
closely related field. The Department’s facilities
include a computational science lab with a 512
node cluster, and a sensor network and robotics
lab. The department is housed in the newly completed Paccar Center for Applied Science.
Gonzaga, with 7000 students, is in the center
of Spokane, Washington along the Spokane River.
Research opportunities are available with the Pacific Northwest National Laboratories and many
businesses in the area. Spokane, the health care
center for the inland Northwest, has a metropolitan area population of 500,000. The city offers one
of the finest four-season living environments in
the Pacific Northwest, with five ski resorts, more
than 60 lakes, and several national forests nearby.
Review of applications will begin 1/12/09. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Please send a letter, complete curriculum vita, a
statement of research and teaching objectives, and
the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of
at least three references to: Paul De Palma, Chair,
Department of Computer Science, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA 99258-0026. Electronic submissions in pdf format are preferred and should be
sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Gonzaga is a Catholic, Jesuit and humanistic university interested
in candidates who can contribute to its distinctive
mission. The University is an AA/EEO employer and
educator committed to diversity.
the Indian Institute of technology
Associate Professor and Assistant Professor
The Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur,
India solicits applications for faculty positions in
the ranks of Professor, Associate Professor and
Assistant Professor in all Computer Science and
Engineering related disciplines.
An earned doctorate and evidence of research
outcomes are required. These positions are particularly suitable for
Recent Ph.D.s, including those with post-doc-toral experience, who are able to provide intellectual leadership in developing interdisciplinary
research and teaching portfolios with strong supporting disciplinary emphasis, who are drawn to
an innovative academic vision and who are committed to achieving this through working and
learning collegially and collectively, and
Experienced professionals in academic and
industry committed to providing leadership in
enhancing the research and teaching portfolios
of the Institute.
For further information on the various positions, the Departments / Centres / Schools, emoluments and applications procedures, please visit
North American (Alumni) Contacts:
open Positions at InRIa for
Tenured and Tenure-Track Scientists
INRIA is a French public research institute in
information and communication science and
technology (ICST). The institute has about 160
project-teams throughout eight research centres
in partnerships with universities and other research organization. INRIA focuses the activity of
over 1100 researchers and faculty members, 1200
PhD students and 1000 post-docs and engineers,
on research, development and industry transfer
activities in the following computer science and
applied mathematics areas:
˲ Modeling, simulation and optimization of
complex dynamic systems
˲ Formal methods in programming secure and
reliable computing systems
˲ Networks and ubiquitous information, computation and communication systems
˲ Vision and human-computer interaction mo-dalities, virtual worlds and robotics
˲ Computational Engineering, Computational
Sciences and Computational Medicine
In 2009, INRIA is opening over 40 new positions within his 8 research centers, at the junior
Department of Computer Engineering
College of Engineering and Petroleum
The Department of Computer Engineering at Kuwait University is seeking qualified applicants for a faculty position in the Computer
Networks field at the rank of Associate or Full Professor starting in September, 2009.
• Ph.D. degree in Computer Engineering with specialization in computer networks from a reputable university.
• Applicants should have a minimum GPA of 3.0/4.0 or equivalent at the undergraduate level.
• Applicants should have a well-established research experience and publications in refereed international journals.
• Applicants should have demonstrated outstanding teaching experience in the specified field.
• The successful candidate is expected to teach at both undergraduate and graduate levels and to establish an active
collaborative research program.
The Department has state-of-the-art teaching and research laboratories in various areas supporting the academic programs. Extensive
computing network facilities are available for teaching and research. Research is encouraged and funds are available from Kuwait
University and other government and private institutions.
Kuwait University provides a competitive salary (Professor’s monthly salary varies from KD3242 to KD3000; KD 1.000 = $3.40), annual air
tickets to home country, free children’s schooling, free medical coverage, two months annual paid leave, and free furnished accommodation
or housing allowance.
To apply, send by express mail/courier service or e-mail within six weeks from the date of announcement, an updated curriculum vitae
(including mailing address, phone and fax numbers, e-mail address, academic qualifications, teaching and research experience, and a list
of publications in professional journals), three copies of Ph.D., Masters, and Bachelors certificates and transcripts, a copy of the passport,
and three recommendation letters, to the following address:
Dr. Ayed A. Salman Chairman
Department of Computer Engineering College of Engineering and Petroleum
Kuwait University P.O. Box 5969, Safat 13060, Kuwait
Phone: (+965)2498-7412 Fax: (+965)2483-9461 Email: email@example.com Website: www.eng.kuniv.edu/computer
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