The successful candidate must have a PhD
prior to taking up the appointment and will be expected to develop and teach courses at all levels,
to carry out research, and to supervise postgraduate students in his/her area of specialisation. We
particularly seek applications from candidates
with research and teaching interests in Artificial
Intelligence, but a candidate whose research field
is compatible with that of any research group in
the department is also encouraged to apply.
The Department offers a wide variety of courses and has a substantial cohort of MSc and PhD
students. Our Honours degrees are accredited by
the British Computer Society.
The Department hosts the UCT Centre in Information and Communication Technology for
Development, and also specialises in telecommunications, visual computing, high-performance
computing, digital libraries and information
management. Further information on our research groups and activities can be found at
The annual remuneration package for a Senior Lecturer, including benefits, is R433 117.
Please send/email: a letter of application,
your CV (no certificates), a one-page summary of
your CV, and email and telephone details of 3 con-tactable referees to: Mr. Themba Mabambi (Ref:
2017), Staff Recruitment & Selection, UC T, Ronde-bosch 7701, Cape Town by
24 August 2009.
Tel: (021) 650-2220
UC T is committed to the pursuit of excellence, diversity and redress. Our Employment Equity Policy
is available at http://hr.uct.ac.za/policies/ee.php.
university of Washington
Department of Computer
Science & Engineering
Research Assistant Professor
The University of Washington’s Department
of Computer Science & Engineering has one or
more open Research Faculty positions in the area
of computer vision, with an emphasis on 3D Modeling. The appointment will be a non-tenured research position at the rank of Research Assistant
Professor. Applicants must have earned a doctorate by the date of appointment. All faculty engage
in teaching, research, and service.
Please apply online at
with a letter of application, a complete curriculum vitae, statement of research interests,
and the names of four references. Applications
received by September 1, 2009 will be given priority consideration.
Open positions are contingent on funding.
The University of Washington was awarded an
Alfred P. Sloan A ward for Faculty Career Flexibility
in 2006. In addition, the University of Washington
is a recipient of a National Science Foundation
ADVANCE Institutional Transformation Award to
increase the participation of women in academic
science and engineering careers. We are building
a culturally diverse faculty and encourage applications from women and minority candidates. The
University of Washington is an affirmative action,
equal opportunity employer.
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