MULTIPLE FACULTY POSITIONS
College of Computing and Informatics, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
CCI is one of the few college-level organizations in computing and informatics among major research
universities in the US, with close to 60 faculty, 30 staff, and 1200 students, including 130 Ph.D. students.
The college has a vibrant and cutting edge research enterprise, most notably: Charlotte Visualization
Center is one of the leading centers in the nation sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security in
visual analytics; Cyber DNA Center is a National Center of Excellence in Information Assurance Research
and Education designated by the National Security Agency; the Bioinformatics Research Center leads the
University in structural bioinformatics, molecular biophysics, plant genomics, and metagenomics research.
For fiscal year 2009-2010 the College received over $15 million in external research funding.
UNC Charlotte is a rapidly growing urban research university with 900 faculty, over 25,000 students,
including 5,400 graduate students, with a projected enrollment of 35,000 by 2020. It is ranked among the
top 10 of up-and-coming national universities by the US News and World Report. Charlotte is a dynamic
and diverse region of 1. 8 million people and is one of the most livable major urban areas in the nation, with
outstanding cultural and recreational amenities. It is the second largest banking center in the country, and
a leading center for energy, healthcare, retail, and logistics industries.
The College of Computing and Informatics is embarking on an exciting venture to develop a new class
of leading computing and informatics programs for the 21st Century talent and innovation needs. Our
strategy emphasizes the interplay between developing critical mass in analytics, security, and informatics,
and building strong connections with banking, healthcare, energy, life science, and biotechnology. We
invite outstanding entrepreneurial, thought leaders to join our faculty in the following positions:
1. Department of Computer Science: tenure-track full professor. The successful
candidate should have demonstrated skills in working across college and departmental
boundaries and is experienced in building and managing large-scale, interdisciplinary
research and educational efforts. The candidate’s research can lie in serious games, data
warehousing, data analytics, or knowledge systems and discovery.
2. Department of Software and Information Systems: two tenure-track faculty positions
at all levels, with strong preference given to full and associate professor ranks. A successful
candidate must have an excellent research record that can attract substantial research
funding. The Department is particularly interested in faculty with research expertise in health
informatics, information and network security, modeling, and simulation of complex systems.
3. Department of Bioinformatics and Genomics invites applications for the Carol Grotnes
Belk Distinguished Professorship of Bioinformatics and Genomics with tenure.
Salaries for the above positions will be highly competitive. All candidates must have a Ph.D. degree in
relevant areas. For application details, please visit ( https://jobs.uncc.edu) and click on faculty. Review
of applications will start in September 2010 and continue until positions are filled. The University of North
Carolina at Charlotte is an EOE/AA employer and an NSF ADVANCE Institution.