cyberphysical systems. Candidates with research
interests that transcend the traditional boundaries of ECE are strongly encouraged to apply. Joint
appointments with other BU departments and
with the Division of Material Science & Engineering and Division of Systems Engineering are possible for candidates with appropriate experience
Qualified candidates must possess a relevant,
earned PhD, and have a demonstrable ability to
teach effectively, develop funded research programs in their area of expertise, and contribute
to the tradition of excellence in research that is
characteristic of the ECE Department. Self-mo-tivated individuals who thrive on challenge and
are eager to utilize their expertise to strengthen
an ambitious program of departmental enhancement are desired. Women, minorities, and candidates from other underrepresented groups are
especially encouraged to apply and help us continue building an exceptional 21st century university department.
ECE at BU is a world-class department with
excellent resources that is steadily gaining national and international prominence for its exceptional research and education record. ECE is
part of BU’s rapidly growing and innovative College of Engineering, and currently consists of 40
faculty members, 200 graduate students, and 250
BS majors. Outstanding collaboration opportunities are available with nationally recognized
medical centers and universities/colleges, nearby
research centers, and industry throughout the
Beyond its research and academic activities,
BU has a lively, urban campus situated along the
banks of the Charles River in Boston’s historic
Fenway-Kenmore neighborhood. The campus
and surrounding areas offer limitless opportuni-
ties for recreational activities, from world-class
art and performances to sporting events and fine
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Carleton College invites applications for a one-year position potentially renewable for a second
year) in computer science, in any area of specialization, beginning September 1, 2012.
Carleton is a highly selective liberal arts college with outstanding, enthusiastic students. We
seek an equally enthusiastic computer scientist
committed to excellence in teaching, curriculum
design, ongoing research, and undergraduate research advising. We are particularly interested in
applicants who will strengthen the departmental commitment to students from underrepresented groups. To learn more about the position
or to apply, visit jobs.carleton.edu. Applications
completed by December 16, 2011 will receive full
Carleton College does not discriminate in
providing employment. Please view the description for this position at jobs.carleton.edu for Carleton’s full anti-discrimination statement.
Multiple Faculty Positions
Multiple faculty positions are available at Cornell’s
Department of Computer Science. Candidates are
invited to apply at all levels including tenured, tenure-track, or lecturer. We are interested in applications from any area of computer science, including artificial intelligence, computational biology,
cryptography, databases, game design, graphics,
machine learning, networking, programming languages, robotics, security, scientific computing,
systems, and theory of computation.
Applicants for tenured and tenure track must
hold a Ph.D. and have demonstrated an ability to
conduct outstanding research. Lecturers must
hold the equivalent of a Master’s degree, with a
Ph.D. preferred. To ensure full consideration, applications should be received by December 1, 2011,
but will be accepted until all positions are filled.
Applicants should submit a curriculum vita, brief
statements of research and teaching interests, and
arrange to have at least three references letters
submitted at http://www.cs.cornell.edu/apply.
Cornell University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action educator and employer; qualified women
and minority candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.
The DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING at WASHINGTON
UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS invites applications for the tenured position of Professor
and Department Chair. The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. or equivalent
in a related field, demonstrated continuing excellence in research, and a strong
commitment to undergraduate teaching and postgraduate education. The chair will
oversee significant growth of a department currently composed of 20 faculty and
80 doctoral students with numerous research interests including cyber-physical
systems, computational biology and biomedical computing, human-centered
and intelligent computing systems, networking and communications, and parallel
http://www.cse.wustl.edu/). The chair will conduct research, publish
in peer-reviewed journals and conferences, teach relevant courses, advise students,
and participate in University service.
Washington University (
http://www.wustl.edu/) is a private university with roughly
6,000 full-time undergraduates and 6,000 graduate students. It is nationally known
for the high quality of its student body and attractive campus, which borders
residential neighborhoods and one of the nation’s largest urban parks (http://www.
forestparkforever.org/). Faculty enjoy the advantage of a Midwest cost of living, and
many walk or bike to work.
Applicants should submit their curriculum vitae, a short summary of past research
accomplishments and future plans, a teaching statement, and the names of at least
three references electronically as a single PDF file to firstname.lastname@example.org.
edu. Washington University is an AA/EOE and is strongly committed to enhancing
the diversity of its faculty; minority and women scientists are especially encouraged
to apply. Employment eligibility verification will be required upon employment.
Department of Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at Duke
University in Durham, North Carolina, invites
applications and nominations for tenure-track
faculty positions at the assistant professor level,
to begin August 2012. We are interested in strong
candidates in all active research areas of computer science, as well as interdisciplinary areas.
The department is committed to increasing
the diversity of its faculty, and we strongly encourage applications from women and minority
A successful candidate must have a solid disciplinary foundation and demonstrate promise of
outstanding scholarship in every respect, including
research and teaching. Please refer to www.cs.duke.
edu for information about the department and to
www.provost.duke.edu/faculty/ for information
about the advantages that Duke offers to faculty.
Applications should be submitted online
through the link provided at www.cs.duke.edu/
facsearch. A Ph.D. in computer science or related
area is required. To guarantee full consideration,
applications and letters of reference should be received by December 1, 2011.
Durham, Chapel Hill, and the Research Triangle of North Carolina are vibrant, diverse, and
thriving communities, frequently ranked among
the best places in the country to live and work.
Duke and the many other universities in the area
offer a wealth of education and employment opportunities for spouses and families.
Duke University is an affirmative action, equal