case Western Reserve university
Tenure Track Assistant Professor Positions In
The Division for Medical Informatics in Case Western Reserve University’s School of Medicine invites
applications for two tenure track Assistant Professor positions. We are seeking candidates whose research areas intersect computer science and clinical and health science, with an aptitude to develop
software tools, methodologies and informatics infrastructure with a direct bearing on the biomedical research enterprise. Specific areas of interest
include, but are not limited to (in the context of
clinical, comparative and translational research):
˲ ˲ Knowledge assimilation and intelligent decision support;
˲ ˲ Biomedical ontologies and their applications;
˲ ˲ Machine learning and natural language processing;
˲ ˲ Data collection, storage, management, integration, query, and mining.
Must have a Ph.D. or equivalent in computer
science or biomedical informatics. Minimum 5
years experience in biomedical informatics, computer science or health IT.
Applicants should provide via email (JXA136@
case.edu) a current CV, a statement ( 2-3 pages) of
their research plans, and the names/contact info
of four references. Specify Search #204/205 in the
email subject line. Enquiries about the positions
may be directed to Professor GQ Zhang, Division
Chief, at GQ@case.edu.
Case Western Reserve, a leader among independent research universities, offers world-class
academic programs in Medicine and Engineering. In employment, as in education, Case Western Reserve University is committed to Equal
Opportunity and Diversity. Women and underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply.
Laboratories usa, inc.
Research Engineer (Full-Time/
DOCOMO USA Labs is looking for a Ph.D. level
researcher to work in data analysis, distributed
computing, and optimization. The candidate
must have a track record of publications in top
tier conferences and/or journals. Strong background in the following areas is required: statistical algorithm design, signal processing, graph
theory, queuing theory, stochastic optimization,
control theory, game theory, and information theory. Strong programming experience in Java and
statistical programming languages like R are required. Experience with implementation on distributed computing platforms like MapReduce or
Hadoop on Linux systems will be a plus.
Applicants must have the relevant authorization to work in a U.S. company.
Please indicate Code: OOP-RE-ACM, Email
Address: email@example.com. Apply URL: http://www.docomolabs-usa.com/
Drexel University ( drexel.edu) invites applications
for anticipated senior faculty positions (
University Professors) in key science and engineering
areas aligned with strategic university-wide research initiatives. Hiring and appointments will
be directed by the Office of the Provost in collaboration with relevant colleges/schools and
academic departments across the University and
the possibility of interdisciplinary appointments.
Drexel University is in the midst of a period of
unprecedented growth and opportunity. Drexel
seeks to identify and recruit senior faculty com-
mitted to advancing current interdisciplinary re-
search programs and creating new ones. More in-
formation is available in the University’s current
strategic plan: http://www.drexel.edu/provost/
Key areas of strategic interest for which Drexel
University is currently searching include:
˲ ˲ Verification and validation of complex software
˲ ˲ Modeling & simulation (e.g., computer net-
works, air space deconfliction, cyber-physical
˲ ˲ CyberSecurity, Cyber Warfare, CyberForensics,
Drexel seeks individuals who have demon-
strated skills in working across college and de-
partmental boundaries and are experienced in
building and managing large-scale, interdisci-
plinary, research and educational efforts.
Successful applicants will have a distinguished
track record of leadership, research execution and
management, as well as teaching and service. In-
terested candidates should apply online at:
Please complete the short online application
and submit a cover letter, CV, brief statements
describing your research program and teaching
philosophy, and contact information for at least
four references. Review of applications will com-
Georgia state university
Department of Computer Science
Assistant or Associate Professor
The Department of Computer Science of Georgia
State University invites applications for an anticipated tenure-track position for Assistant or Associate Professor beginning the Fall semester, 2010,
pending budgetary approval. Earned Ph.D. in
Computer Science, or a closely related discipline,
and excellent records of publications and funding are required. Preference is for individual with
specialty in distributed systems and networking.
An offer of employment will be conditional on
Georgia State University, founded in 1913, is a
Carnegie Doctoral/Research Extensive university.
Located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, this major research university has an enrollment of more
than 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students
in six colleges. Georgia State is the second largest
university in the state, with students coming from
every county in Georgia, every state in the nation and
from over 145 countries. Georgia State University is
currently embarking on a record $1 billion campus
expansion. The Computer Science Department offers programs leading to the B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in computer science. Currently, more than 60
PhD students are enrolled. Departmental computing facilities for research and instruction include a
departmental network of PCs, Unix/Linux workstations, two interconnected Beowulf clusters, and a
24-processor shared-memory high-performance
computer, and five labs, including a hypermedia
and visualization research laboratory. A full-time
systems programmer supports the departmental
computing facilities. All four of the department’s
assistant professors currently hold awards from the
National Science Foundation’s Faculty Early Career
Development (CAREER) Program.
Applicants should send: letter of interest, C. V.
without birth date, but with citizenship status,
and three letters of recommendation and tran-
scripts of all graduate work to:
Dr. Yi Pan, Chair
Department of Computer Science
Georgia State University
34 Peachtree Street, Suite 1450
Atlanta, Georgia, 30303
Applications can also be sent via email to
firstname.lastname@example.org and will be accepted until position is filled.
Georgia State University, a Research University of the University System of Georgia, is an AA/
Develop and teach courses in Informatics, advise student capstone projects, work with other
departments to develop cognates, and promote
the new program. PhD preferred, Master’s degree
required, in a computing field. See www.goshen.
edu/employment for more information.
institute for infocomm Research (i²R)
Human Factors Engineering
Ref: I2R /R/300110/04
You will develop and contribute to the development
of new human factors methods across a variety of
hardware and software platforms, and domains.
You will provide thought leadership in research and
development of ideas, and translate the research
into intellectual properties and publications. You
will also work with other technologists and re-