are looking for individuals whose work focuses on
the interplay between computational technologies
and the creative disciplines, on the use of social
media and computation in arts and performance
and craftsmanship, as well as on the development
of new computational techniques for understanding, shaping, and building with digital media.
These new positions are collectively supported by
the College of Engineering ( 2 positions in Computer Science and Engineering), the School of
Music, Theatre & Dance ( 1 position in Performing
Arts Technology), the School of Art & Design ( 1 position), and Taubman College of Architecture and
Urban Planning ( 1 position). Independently based
in different disciplines and academic units, these
new faculty--creative practitioners and computational engineers and scientists--will collaboratively engage innovative research and pedagogical development to explore new dimensions of creativity
made possible by a shared digital ecology.
As part of the interdisciplinary cluster hiring,
applications are solicited for a faculty position
in the Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)
Division in all areas related to analyzing, understanding, representing, and creating computational media, including but not limited to audio,
music, image, and video information retrieval,
video understanding and mashups, time-based,
distributed, collaborative and interactive media,
and automatic classification, clustering, and activity recognition in heterogeneous media.
Qualifications include an outstanding academic record, a doctorate or equivalent in computer science or computer engineering or a
discipline relevant to the position, and a strong
commitment to teaching and research.
To apply please complete the form at: http://
Professor Satinder Singh Baveja
Chair, CSE Faculty Search
Department of Electrical Engineering and
University of Michigan
2260 Hayward Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2121
The University of Michigan is a Non-Discrim-inatory/Affirmative Action Employer with an
Active Dual-Career Assistance Program. The college is especially interested in candidates who
can contribute, through their research, teaching,
and/or service, to the diversity and excellence of
the academic community.
The Department of Computer and Information
Sciences at Towson University invites applica-
tions for two tenure-track positions in its Com-
puter Science (CS) and Information Technology
(IT) programs. Selected candidates will be expect-
ed to teach undergraduate and graduate courses,
participate in department activities, conduct
research, and supervise graduate students. Ap-
plicants for the CS position must hold a Ph.D.
in Computer Science, have a strong publication
record, and the potential of attracting external
funding; all areas of research will be considered.
Applicants for the IT position must hold a Ph.D.
in an IT-related field, with those having industry
experience and the potential for applied research
funding encouraged to apply.
Full position announcements available at:
The review of completed applications will be-
gin January 15, 2011 and continue until the posi-
tions are filled.
The university of michigan - Dearborn
Department of Computer and
Tenure- Track Positions
The Department of Computer and Information
Science (CIS) at the University of Michigan-Dearborn invites applications for two tenure-track faculty positions. Rank and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. We
offer competitive salaries and start-up packages.
Applications for an Assistant/Associate/Full
Professor position in any of the following areas:
computer and data security, digital forensics, and
Applications for an Assistant/Associate Professor position. While all areas will be considered,
we will put special emphasis on applicants in the
following areas: distributed information-centric
systems (sensor networks/databases, distributed
information systems, data dissemination, cloud
computing, network management and social networks), semantic computing (semantic web, web
services, ontology engineering, semantic-enabled
applications, semantic integration, semantic interfaces, semantics-based analysis).
Qualified candidates must have, or expect to
have, a Ph.D. in CS or a closely related discipline
by the time of appointment and will be expected
to do scholarly and sponsored research, as well as
teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate
levels. Candidates at the associate or full profes-
sor ranks should already have an established
funded research program. The CIS Department,
currently at 14 tenure-track faculty, offers several
BS and MS degrees, and participates in an inter-
disciplinary Ph.D. program in information sys-
tems engineering. The current research areas in
the department include computer graphics and
geometric modeling, database and information
management, multimedia systems and gaming,
networking, computer and network security, and
software engineering. These areas of research are
supported by several established labs and spon-
sored by many external funding agencies.
The University of Michigan-Dearborn is an
equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Toyota Technological institute
Computer Science Faculty Positions
at All Levels
Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago (TTIC)
is a philanthropically endowed degree-granting
institute for computer science located on the
University of Chicago campus. The Institute is
expected to reach a steady-state of 12 traditional
faculty (tenure and tenure track), and 12 limited
term faculty. Applications are being accepted in
all areas, but we are particularly interested in
Positions are available at all ranks, and we
have a large number of limited term positions