university of kentucky
Computer Science Department
Assistant Professor Level
The University of Kentucky Computer Science
Department invites applications for a tenure-
track position beginning August 15, 2010 at the
assistant professor level in vision/graphics. Can-
didates must have a PhD in Computer Science.
Specific information about the position and the
application process is available at
The University of Kentucky Computer Science
Doctoral Program recently ranked in the top 20%
of such programs ( 30 out of 157) in a nationwide
analysis. The rankings -- produced by Academic
Analytics -- are based on the Faculty Scholarly Productivity Index(tm), a measure of actual faculty
publication, citation, and funding rates. Among
doctoral programs at public universities, UKCS
was ranked 16th.
The University of Kentucky is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications
from minorities and women.
university of massachusetts lowell
Tenure-Track or Tenured Associate Professor
Positions in Computer Science
The Computer Science Department at UMass
Lowell invites applications for two faculty positions at the rank of Associate Professor to start
in September 2010. These are tenure-track or
tenured positions depending on qualifications,
where an offer at the rank of Full Professor may
also be considered. Applicants must hold a PhD
in computer science or a closely related discipline and be committed to developing and sustaining externally funded research programs. We
are looking for faculty members who have made
substantial contributions to their fields and have
strong ongoing research projects funded by major US funding agencies. All mainstream research
areas will be considered. Successful applicants
will be expected to create new programs and contribute to the collaborative research programs of
the existing departmental groups.
UMass Lowell is located 25 miles northwest of
Boston in the high-tech corridor of Massachusetts.
The Computer Science department has 16 tenured and tenure-track faculty. It offers the BS, MS,
and Ph D degree programs. The Computer Science
faculty received approximately $4M in the last two
years in external research funding from the NSF,
DOD, DOH, and local companies. For information
about faculty research areas and the degree programs please visit http://www.cs.uml.edu.
Initial review of applications will begin on December 20, 2009. Applications received by January 20, 2010 are assured of full consideration.
Women and under-represented minorities are
strongly encouraged to apply.
Please follow the following directions to apply:
Submit a cover letter, a current CV, a research
statement, a teaching statement, and selected
relevant publications through the University of
Massachusetts Lowell’s website at http://jobs.
uml.edu under “Faculty Positions.” Submissions
directly to the department will not be accepted.
Other optional documents: Please attach to
your application summaries of Teaching Evaluations if available.
Arrange for at least three letters of recommendations to be sent directly by email (PDF format
preferred) to email@example.com (Applicant’s name
should appear in the subject line)
The University of Massachusetts is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Title IX, H/V, ADA
1990 Employer and Executive Order 11246, 41
CFR60-741 4, 41 CRF60-250 4, 41CRF60-1 40 and
41 CFR60-1, 4 are hereby incorporated.
university of nevada las Vegas
Data Visualization Faculty Position
The Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering,
University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) invites
applications from all engineering and computer
science disciplines for a full-time tenure-track
faculty position in Data Visualization at the Assistant Professor level commencing Fall 2010.
Candidates are required to have a B.S. degree
in an engineering field or computer science, and a
PhD in engineering, computer science, or closely
related field. A strong background in data visualization with applications in a relevant engineering
field is required. The College is looking for an individual who can conduct innovative research using
various forms of data to communicate both abstract and concrete ideas. This is a strategic hire as
part of an NSF-funded research project on climate
change. The successful candidate will be part of
an interdisciplinary team conducting research on
the regional impacts of climate change with an
emphasis on climate modeling, water resources
and ecosystems. Review of applications will begin
immediately. A complete job description with application details may be obtained by visiting http://
jobs.unlv.edu or call (702) 895-2894 for recruitment assistance. UNLV is an EEO/AA institution.
university of north Texas
Announcement of Faculty Position
in Computer Engineering
Department of Computer Science and
Applications and nominations are invited for an
Assistant Professor position in the Department of
Computer Science and Engineering at the
University of North Texas. Applicant must hold an earned
doctoral degree (or must receive the degree prior
to the appointment date) in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or a closely related field.
Applicant’s record must include an indication
of quality research such as high quality publications. The preferred research areas include but
are not limited to Digital design, Hardware/software co-design, and CAD. Duties include teach
at the graduate and/or undergraduate levels in
areas of disciplinary expertise and in other CSE
areas, conduct research and supervise graduate
students. Review of applications will begin on
Jan 4, 2010 and will continue until the search is
closed. For additional information and to apply
please visit: https://facultyjobs.unt.edu/appli-
cants/Central?quickFind=50584 and submit a
letter of application, curriculum vitae along with
three letters of recommendation. More information about the department can be found at http://
www.cse.unt.edu/. UNT is an AA/ADA/EOE.
university of Rochester
Assistant to Full Professor of
The UR Department of Computer Science seeks
applicants for a tenure-track position for 2010.
Candidates in computer vision, machine learning,
networks, security, or algorithms are of particular
interest, but strong applicants from all areas of computer science are welcome. Candidates must have
a PhD in computer science or related discipline.
Senior candidates should have an extraordinary record of scholarship, leadership, and funding.
The Department of Computer Science is one
of the best small, research-oriented departments
in the nation, with an unusually collaborative culture and strong ties to cognitive science, linguistics, and electrical and computer engineering.
Over the past decade, a third of its PhD graduates
have won tenure-track faculty positions, and its
alumni include leaders at major research laboratories such as Google, Microsoft, and IBM.
The University of Rochester is a private, Tier I
research institution located in western New York
state. The University of Rochester consistently
ranks among the top 30 institutions, both public
and private, in federal funding for research and
development. Half of its undergraduates go on
to post-graduate or professional education. The
university includes the Eastman School of Music,
a premiere music conservatory, and the University of Rochester Medical Center, a major medical
school, research center, and hospital system. The
Rochester area features a wealth of cultural and
recreational opportunities, excellent public and
private schools, and a low cost of living.
Candidates should apply online at http://
www.cs.rochester.edu/recruit. Review of applications will begin on Dec. 1, 2009, and continue
until all interview openings are filled. The University of Rochester has a strong commitment
to diversity and actively encourages applications
from candidates from groups underrepresented
in higher education. The University is an Equal
university of Texas at el Paso
Computer Science at the University of Texas at El
Paso is seeking applicants for at least one tenure-
track position. We welcome candidates at all
ranks and in all areas of computer science and
engineering, especially large-scale systems. For
more information see
university of Toronto
Assistant Professor - Computer Science
The Department of Computer and Mathematical Sciences, University of Toronto Scarborough
(UTSC), and the Graduate Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto, invite applications for a tenure-stream appointment at the
rank of Assistant Professor, to begin July 1, 2010.
We are interested in candidates with research
expertise in Computer Systems, including Operating Systems, Networks, Distributed Systems, Database Systems, Computer Architecture, Programming Languages, and Software Engineering.