goal of the center is to strongly promote basic
research in computer vision and its applications.
CRCV is looking for multiple exceptional tenured or tenure-track faculty members, at all levels
in the Computer Vision area. Of particular interest are mid-career and senior candidates with a
strong track record of publications and research
funding. CRCV will offer competitive salaries and
start-up packages, and UCF provides generous
benefits. Faculty hired at CRCV will be tenured in
the Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
department and will be required to teach a maximum of two courses per academic year and be
expected to bring in substantial external research
funding. In addition, Center faculty are expected
to have a vigorous program of graduate student
mentoring and are encouraged to involve undergraduates in their research.
Applicants must have a Ph.D. in an area appropriate to Computer Vision by the start of the appointment and a strong commitment to academic
activities, including teaching, scholarly publications and sponsored research. Prefer applicants
with an exceptional record of scholarly research
and, at the senior levels, be highly recognized for
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their areas of expertise. In addition, successful
candidates must be strongly effective teachers.
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university of chicago
Department of Computer Science
Associate Professor - Req 01629
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Chicago invites applications from qualified candidates for faculty positions at the rank of
Associate Professor in the area of machine learning. Outstanding researchers working in both the
theory of machine learning and applications to
areas such as natural language processing, computer vision, and computer systems are encouraged to apply.
Candidates must have a doctoral degree in
computer science or a related field and be several
years beyond the Ph.D. Candidates are expected
to have established an outstanding independent
research program and will be expected to contribute to the Department’s undergraduate and
graduate teaching programs.
The University of Chicago has the highest
standards for scholarship and faculty quality, is
dedicated to fundamental research, and encourages collaboration across disciplines.
The Department of Computer Science (cs.
uchicago.edu) is the hub of a large, diverse computing community of two hundred researchers
focused on advancing foundations of computing
and driving its most advanced applications. Long
distinguished in theoretical computer science
and artificial intelligence, the Department is now
building strong systems and machine learning
groups. The larger community in these areas at
the University of Chicago includes the Computation Institute, the Toyota Technological Institute, the Department of Statistics, and Argonne’s
Mathematics and Computer Science Division.
The Chicago metropolitan area provides
a diverse and exciting environment. The local
economy is vigorous, with international stature
in banking, trade, commerce, manufacturing,
and transportation, while the cultural scene includes multiple cultures, vibrant theater, world-renowned symphony, opera, jazz, and blues.
The University is located in Hyde Park, a Chicago
neighborhood on the Lake Michigan shore just a
few minutes from downtown on an electric commuter train.
All applicants must apply through the University’s Academic Career Opportunities website
http://tinyurl.com/at8olkr and must upload a curriculum vitae with a list of publications, a succinct
outline of research plans, a one-page teaching
statement and a reference contact list consisting
of three people. Review of completed applications
will continue until the position is filled.
The University of Chicago is an Affirmative
Action / Equal Opportunity Employer.