[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] Multiple Faculty Positions at Univ. Nebraska-Lincoln in Robotics (deadline soon)

Carrick Detweiler carrick at cse.unl.edu
Thu Nov 20 07:40:07 PST 2014

This is a reminder that we will begin reviewing applications for the
faculty positions in robotics on December 1st. Applications after this date
may still be reviewed, but I would encourage you to apply by Dec 1st. Also,
please submit materials to both positions even if you feel you are a better
fit for just one of them. If you have any questions please feel free to let
me know. Thanks.


On Fri, Sep 26, 2014 at 2:42 PM, Carrick Detweiler <carrick at cse.unl.edu>

> Dear All,
> The Computer Science and Engineering Department at the University
> of Nebraska-Lincoln is entering an exciting growth period. This
> year we are looking to hire *three* tenure-track faculty
> members. Two of the positions are in the area of Robotics at the
> Assistant Professor level, and one is in the general area of
> Security at any rank.
> We are particularly interested in candidates working in field
> robotics, controls, perception, collaborative systems,
> human-robot interaction, and others. For details on the positions
> please see:
> https://cse.unl.edu/facultysearch/
> I have included a bit more information at the end of this email
> about my Department and the city of Lincoln, but please do not
> hesitate to contact me with questions about the position, my
> Department, or my city. Thanks.
> Carrick
> Why CSE at UNL?  CSE is home to over 30 faculty, 120 graduate
> students, and 600 undergraduates who span a range of areas in
> computer science and computer engineering. We are organized in
> three research clusters: Informatics, Software Engineering, and
> Systems. The Department is broadly recognized as being one of the
> top 40 of 126 ranked programs in the U.S., with our Software
> Engineering program among the top five, and twelve faculty
> members being recipients of the NSF CAREER Award.  CSE also hosts
> several labs including the Abacus Distributed Storage Lab, the
> Constraint Systems Lab, the Cyber-Physical Networking Laboratory,
> the Holland Computing Center, the e2 (Empirically-based Software
> Quality Research and Development) Lab, and the NIMBUS (Nebraska
> Intelligent MoBile Unmanned Systems) Lab. The Department also
> leads several multi-disciplinary efforts in Bioinformatics,
> Digital Humanities, CMS Tier 2, Sensor/Agriculture, and
> Nanotechnology.
> Why Lincoln?
> - A growing city of more than 300,000 people
> - #1 U.S. City, Quality of Life (The Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index,
> 2012)
> - Lincoln Public Schools ranked 2nd in quality of education in an
> eight-state area of the Midwest.
> - #7 best downtown (Livability.com 2012)
> - #1 in America's Healthiest Small Cities (Daily Finance 2014)
> - 6th Best Place for Business and Careers (Forbes, 2014)
> - 6th best city for college students (among cities with 250,000–1,000,000
> residents) (American Institute for Economic Research, 2012)
> - Lincoln's health care costs are among the lowest in the nation according
> to a study by Milliman & Robertson, Inc.,
> - 5th Safest American City (Forbes, 2011)
> - Bicycle Friendly Community (The League of American Bicyclists, 2012)
> with 125+ miles of trails
> - Top 20 - America's Thriving Cities (The Daily Beast, 2013)
> --
> Dr. Carrick Detweiler
> Assistant Professor
> Computer Science and Engineering
> University of Nebraska-Lincoln
> http://cse.unl.edu/~carrick/
> http://nimbus.unl.edu

Dr. Carrick Detweiler
Assistant Professor
Computer Science and Engineering
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

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