university of north Dakota
Department of Computer Science
Assistant to Associate Professor
The Department of Computer Science at the University of North Dakota is recruiting for a nine-month tenure-track position at the Assistant or
Associate Professor level with an anticipated
start date of January 1, 2011. Salary ranges from
76,000 to 93,206.
The responsibilities include teaching at the
undergraduate and graduate levels, supervising
graduate students (MS and PhD), and developing
and maintaining an active research program. Associate Professor candidates should have a good
publication and funding record, proven ability to
establish an independent research program, and
be open to participation in interdisciplinary programs of study. Industry experience and/or postdoctoral experience will be considered an asset.
The position requires a Ph.D. in Computer
Science or a related field. The department is seeking outstanding candidates with a research focus
in one of the following areas: (a) simulation and
modeling or (b) high-performance computing.
Our department strives to maintain a collegial and supportive atmosphere. UND hires on
the basis of merit and is committed to employment equity. We strongly encourage candidates
with diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply. The University of North Dakota is an AAEO
Applicants for the position must submit
their curriculum vitae, a teaching statement, a
research statement, and the names of at least
three references. The teaching statement should
include a record of teaching interests and experience. Screening begins immediately and continues until the position is filled. Applications may
be sent electronically in PDF format to: Ronald
If you have questions about the application process, please contact Ronald Marsh at
Los Alamos National Laboratory – a premier national security research institution deliver ing innovative science and engineering solutions for the nation’s most crucial and complex problems – has the following opening available:
R&D MANAGER 4
Our Computer, Computational and Statistical Sciences Division
seeks an accomplished professional to provide technical leadership
and management for the Applied Computer Science group, CCS- 7.
A signicant growth area, CCS- 7 is at the forefront of technology
and algorithm design/development for cutting-edge computer
architectures. Your role will be to develop and execute a diverse
portfolio of work in support of multiple programmatic efforts,
including nuclear weapons, various Ofce of Science, energy and
work-for-others programs. Additionally, you'll attract, develop and
motivate a diverse scientic workforce to deliver on our mission
and achieve success.
Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Science or Engineering,
demonstrated experience building teams and leading technical
projects in a diverse scientic environment, advanced expertise
in relevant technical areas and ability to obtain a DOE Q clearance.
For the complete job description and to
apply online, visit www.lanl.gov/jobs and
apply to job number 219494.
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