University of Chicago
Department of Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Chicago invites applications from exceptionally qualified candidates in the areas of (a)
systems, and (b) theory of computing for faculty
positions at the rank of Assistant Professor.
Systems is a broad, synergistic collection of
research areas spanning systems and networking, programming languages and software engineering, software and hardware architecture, data-intensive computing and databases, graphics
and visualization, security, systems biology, and a
number of other areas. We encourage applicants
working within our strategic focus of data-intensive computing, but also in all areas of systems.
The Theory of Computing (“Theory” for short)
strives to understand the fundamental principles
underlying computation and explores the power
and limitations of efficient computation. While
mathematical at its core, it also has strong connections with physics (quantum computing),
machine learning, computer vision, natural
language processing, network science, cryptography, bioinformatics, and economics, to name
just a few areas. We encourage applications from
researchers in core areas of Theory such as complexity theory and algorithms as well as in any
area with a significant Theory component.
The University of Chicago has the highest
standards for scholarship and faculty quality, is
dedicated to fundamental research, and encourages collaboration across disciplines. We encourage connections with researchers across campus
in such areas as bioinformatics, mathematics,
molecular engineering, natural language processing, and statistics, to mention just a few.
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 Department of Statistics, the Computation Institute, the
Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago ( T TIC),
and the Mathematics and Computer Science Division of Argonne National Laboratory.
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
diverse 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
Applicants must have completed all requirements for the PhD at the time of appointment.
The PhD should be in Computer Science or a related field such as Mathematics, or Statistics, etc.
Applications must be submitted through the
University’s Academic Jobs website.
To apply for the Assistant Professor - Systems,
go to: http://tinyurl.com/k3wgaqv
To apply for the Assistant Professor - Theory,
go to: http://tinyurl.com/khyc74d
Faculty hired at CRCV will be tenured in the
Electrical Engineering & Computer Science de-
partment and will be required to teach a maxi-
mum of two courses per academic year and are
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 under-
graduates 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. Preferred
applicants should have an exceptional record of
scholarly research. In addition, successful candidates must be strongly effective teachers.
Applicants must submit all required documents at the time of application which includes
the following: Research Statement; Teaching
Statement; Curriculum Vitae; and a list of at least
three references with address, phone numbers
and email address.
Applicants for this position will also be considered for position numbers 38406 and 37361.
UCF is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Women and minorities are particularly encouraged to apply.
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 three 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 about 1400
majors in both undergraduate and graduate programs. We are looking for faculty excited by the
prospect of shaping our department’s future and
contributing to its sustained excellence.
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
software engineering, information retrieval, data
mining or cybersecurity.
Position #998458: M.S. in Computer Science is
required. A doctorate must be completed before
tenure and promotion consideration. The preferred area is in computer science education.
Non-Tenure Track Positions: Ph.D. in Computer
Science or a closely related area is preferred. ABD
will be considered. Previous college/university
teaching experience is highly desirable.
Initial screening of applications begins December 1, 2014, and continues until position is
filled. For more information about the positions
and the application process, visit http://www.
ucmo.edu/math-cs/openings.cfm. Apply URL:
https://jobs.ucmo.edu. Contact: Dr. Songlin Tian;
versity of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants
will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national
origin, or any other characteristic protected by
law including protected veterans and individuals
University of California, Santa Barbara
Media Arts & Technology Graduate Program
Associate Professor in Media Arts & Technology
The Media Arts & Technology Program at UC
Santa Barbara invites applications at the
Associate Professor level for a joint tenured position in
Media Arts & Technology and Electrical and Computer Engineering. Information about MAT can
be found at http://www.mat.ucsb.edu.
The position will be available July 1, 2015.
The department seeks exceptional candidates
who will establish a vigorous research and teaching program in Physical Computing or related
fields that engage embedded sensing systems,
distributed or autonomous systems, robotics,
mobile/flying devices, immersive, interactive,
distributed environments, and high-dimensional
data generated in scientific, artistic, and architectural domains. The successful candidate will be
expected to actively engage in interdisciplinary
research, creative work and teaching in art or architecture and engineering or science.
Applicants are expected to hold a doctoral de-
gree in Media Arts and Sciences, Electrical
Engineering, Computer Science, Architecture
or a closely related field, have demonstrated excel-
lence in research, and have a strong commitment
to creative activity, teaching and interdisciplinary
scholarship to be given serious consideration for
Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae,
research and teaching statements, contact information for three letters of reference, and links to
projects and publications. Review of applications
will begin on December 20, 2014 and continue
until the position is filled.
The program is especially interested in candi-
dates who can contribute to the diversity and ex-
cellence of the academic community through re-
search, teaching and service. Please submit your
application at: https://recruit.ap.ucsb.edu/apply.
Inquiries about your application may be directed
The University of California is an Equal Op-
portunity / Affirmative Action Employer. All quali-
fied applicants will receive consideration for em-
ployment without regard to race, color, religion,
sex, national origin, or any other characteristic
protected by law including protected Veterans
and individuals with disabilities.
University of Central Florida CRCV
UCF Center for Research in Computer Vision
Multiple Assistant Professor Positions
CRCV is looking for multiple tenure-track faculty
members in the Computer Vision area. Of particular interest are candidates with a strong track record of publications. CRCV will offer competitive
salaries and start-up packages, along with a generous benefits package offered to employees at UCF.