[robotics-worldwide] Faculty position in Robotics/AI/HCI

Brian Scassellati brian.scassellati at yale.edu
Mon Nov 12 12:34:45 PST 2012

Yale University
Department of Computer Science
Faculty Position Openings

The Department of Computer Science at Yale is seeking to fill a
faculty position at the level of Assistant Professor (tenure track).
We are interested in applicants from any of the following areas:
Artificial Intelligence, Economics and Computation, Human Computer
Interaction, Machine Learning, Networking, Operating Systems,
Programming Languages, Robotics, and Theory of Computing. Applicants
whose research spans two or more of these areas are particularly
encouraged to apply. We seek excellent researchers who are also
committed to excellence in teaching.

Members of the Yale Computer Science faculty have many opportunities
to collaborate. Interdisciplinary work is encouraged with Yale’s
world-class faculty in such computationally active fields as biology,
chemistry, economics, engineering, geophysics, management,
mathematics, medicine, psychology, physics, and statistics. Yale
faculty members teach excellent students, both graduate and
undergraduate, in relatively small classes.

Candidates should hold a Ph.D. in computer science or a related
discipline. Review of applications will begin on December 15, 2012,
and candidates are encouraged to apply early. Applications from
qualified women and minority candidates are especially welcome. Yale
is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. The department’s
home page can be found at http://www.cs.yale.edu. Applicants should
submit a curriculum vita, brief statements of research and teaching,
and the contact information for three references. Applications should
be submitted online at https://academicpositions.yale.edu/. Questions
should be directed to faculty-recruiting at cs.yale.edu.

Brian Scassellati
scaz at cs.yale.edu
Department of Computer Science
Cognitive Science Program
PI - NSF Expedition in Computing on Socially Assistive Robotics

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