Rutgers, The State University
of New Jersey
The Department of Management Science and
Information Systems of Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick invites applications
for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor rank to start in September 2015.
This position is focused in the area of information systems and the candidate must be an
active researcher and have strong record of scholarly excellence. Special consideration will be
given to candidates with knowledge in any of the
following areas: data mining, machine learning,
security, data management and analytical methods related to business operations.
A letter of application articulating the candi-
date’s fit (in terms of research and teaching) with
the position description, a curriculum vitae, and
the names and contact information of three per-
sons that can provide references should be sent
electronically to Luz Kosar at: kosar@business.
Rutgers Business School –
Newark and New Brunswick
1 Washington Park #1068
Newark, New Jersey 07102-1895
University of Central Missouri
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
The Department of Mathematics and Computer
Science at the University of Central Missouri is
accepting applications for four tenure-track and
several non-tenure track positions in Computer
Science beginning August 2015 at the rank of Assistant Professor. The UCM Computer Science
program has 18 full time faculty and offers undergraduate and master programs in Computer
Science. The department is expecting to launch a
cybersecurity program in Fall 2015. We are looking for faculty excited by the prospect of shaping
our department’s future and contributing to its
Tenure Track Positions (#997516 and
#997517): Ph.D. in Computer Science by August
2015 is required. All areas in computer science will
be considered with preference given to candidates
with expertise in Big Data Analytics, Cybersecurity,
Machine Learning or Software Engineering.
Non-Tenure Track Positions (#997495): Ph.D.
in Computer Science or a closely related area is preferred. ABD will be considered. Previous college/
university teaching experience is highly desirable.
To apply online, go to https://jobs.ucmo.edu.
Apply to positions #997516, #997517 or #997495.
Initial screening of applications begins March 1,
2015, and continues until positions are filled.
Contact: Dr.So nglin Tian. Email: tian@ucmo.
edu. Phone: 660-543-4930. Fax: 660-543-8013
Faculty Positions in the
Advanced Computational Science
Applications are invited for four tenure-track faculty positions of any rank (including endowed
chairs), in applied mathematics and computer science in the Institute for Advanced Computational
Science (IACS) at Stony Brook University. Candidates wishing to apply should have a doctoral
degree in Applied Mathematics or Computer Science, though a degree in related fields may be considered. Ten years of faculty or professional experience is required for a senior position along with
a demonstrated record of publications and research funding. A demonstrated record of publications
and a demonstrated potential for research funding is required for any junior faculty. The selected
candidate is expected to participate in interdisciplinary program development within the Institute
and to establish a research program with a solid funding base through both internal and external
collaborations. Of specific interest is research in, for example, programming models, algorithms, or
numerical representations that advance scientific productivity or broaden the benefit and impact of
high-performance computing. The selected candidates will have access to world-class facilities
including those at nearby Brookhaven National Laboratory.
The Institute for Advanced Computational Science (
http://iacs.stonybrook.edu/) was established in
2012 with an endowment of $20M, including $10M from the Simons Foundation. The current ten
faculty members will double in number over the next few years to span all aspects of computation
with the intent of creating a vibrant multi-disciplinary program. IACS seeks to make sustained
advances in the fundamental techniques of computation and in high-impact applications including
engineering and the physical, life, and social sciences. Our integrated, multidisciplinary team of faculty, students, and staff overcome the limitations at the very core of how we compute, collectively
take on challenges of otherwise overwhelming complexity and scale, and individually and jointly
define new frontiers and opportunities for discovery through computation. In coordination with the
Center for Scientific Computing at Brookhaven National Laboratory, our dynamic and diverse institute serves as an ideal training and proving ground for new generations of students and
researchers, and provides computational leadership and resources across the SBU campus and
State of New York.
The search will remain open until suitable candidates are found with the first round of applications
due May 15, 2015. All candidates must submit the required documentation online through the link
provided below. Please input a cover letter, your curriculum vitae, a research plan (max. 2 pages)
which should also describe how graduate and undergraduate students participate, a one-page statement of your teaching philosophy, a publication list, your funding record, and three reference letters
Stony Brook University/SUNY is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
TENURE-TRACK AND TENURED POSITIONS IN
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE
The newly launched Shanghai Tech University invites highly qualified candidates to
fill multiple tenure-track/tenured faculty positions as its core team in the School
of Information Science and Technology (SIS T). Candidates should have exceptional
academic records or demonstrate strong potential in cutting-edge research areas
of information science and technology. They must be fluent in English. Overseas
academic connection or background is highly desired.
Shanghai Tech is built as a world-class research university for training future
generations of scientists, entrepreneurs, and technological leaders. Located in
Zhangjiang High-Tech Park in the cosmopolitan Shanghai, Shanghai Tech is ready to
trail-blaze a new education system in China. Besides establishing and maintaining
a world-class research profile, faculty candidates are also expected to contribute
substantially to graduate and undergraduate education within the school.
Academic Disciplines: We seek candidates in all cutting edge areas of information
science and technology. Our recruitment focus includes, but is not limited to:
computer architecture and technologies, nano-scale electronics, high speed and
RF circuits, intelligent and integrated signal processing systems, computational
foundations, big data, data mining, visualization, computer vision, bio-computing,
smart energy/power devices and systems, next-generation networking, as well as
inter-disciplinary areas involving information science and technology.
Compensation and Benefits: Salary and startup funds are highly competitive,
commensurate with experience and academic accomplishment. We also offer a
comprehensive benefit package to employees and eligible dependents, including
housing benefits. All regular Shanghai Tech faculty members will be within its new
tenure-track system commensurate with international practice for performance
evaluation and promotion.
• A detailed research plan and demonstrated record/potentials;
• Ph. D. (Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or related
• A minimum relevant research experience of 4 years.
Applications: Submit (in English, PDF version) a cover letter, a 2-page research
plan, a CV plus copies of 3 most significant publications, and names of three
referees to: email@example.com (until positions are filled). For more
information, visit http://www.shanghaitech.edu.cn.
Deadline: April 30, 2015