[robotics-worldwide] Faculty Position in CS
gsibley at gwu.edu
Wed Nov 7 11:24:24 PST 2012
Organization/Institution: The George Washington University
Department: Department of Computer Science
Posted: October 18, 2012
This posting will expire on December 31, 2012.
The Department of Computer Science at The George Washington University
is seeking applicants for one tenure-track/tenured faculty position at
the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor, starting Fall 2013.
Applicants in all areas of Computer Science are welcome including AI,
robotics, machine learning, NLP and vision. Applicants who will
enhance or complement our current strengths are especially encouraged
All applicants must have a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science or a
closely related field. The successful candidate must complete all
degree requirements for Ph.D. in Computer Science or a closely related
field by August 15, 2013. Applicants must have outstanding research
credentials, demonstrated ability or potential for attracting research
funding, and demonstrated teaching excellence or potential.
Application Procedure: To be considered, applicants must submit an
application online at http://www.gwu.jobs/postings/11888. The
application should contain a brief cover letter indicating the area
and rank of interest, a curriculum vitae, research and teaching
statements, names and contact information for at least three
references.. When requested, reference letters should be emailed to
cssearch at gwu.edu. There is no deadline, but review of applications
will begin December 2, 2012 and continue until the position is filled.
Only complete applications will be considered.
The Department of Computer Science offers B.S., B.A., M.S. and Ph.D.
degree programs in Computer Science, and an M.S. degree program in
Cybersecurity. Embarked on a rapid growth process, the Department has
hired nine tenure-track professors in the past four years, plans to
continue hiring for the next several years, and will soon be housed in
a $275M, 500,000 sq. ft., state-of-the-art building along with other
engineering and natural science departments. Currently, the Department
has 20 regular faculty members, numerous affiliated and adjunct
faculty members, and over 650 students. Its educational and research
programs are in security, systems, networks, graphics with biomedical
applications, AI, robotics, machine learning, NLP, imaging, and
search, with funding from various agencies such as NSF, DOD, NIH and
others. Part of a mid-size private university, the Department prides
itself on excellent research, quality education, and low
student-teacher ratio. Its location in the heart of the nation's
capital provides the faculty close access to many Federal funding
agencies and research labs, and affords the whole university community
unique cultural and intellectual opportunities. For further
information, please refer to http://www.cs.gwu.edu.
The George Washington University is an equal opportunity/affirmative
Gabe Sibley, PhD
Department of Computer Science
George Washington University
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