LINGUIST List 12.2769

Tue Nov 6 2001

Jobs: Computer Science:Faculty Positions,Pittsburgh

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  1. Peter.Brusilovsky.plb, Computer Science: 4 Asst Profs & 2 Lecturers, Univ of Pittsburgh USA

Message 1: Computer Science: 4 Asst Profs & 2 Lecturers, Univ of Pittsburgh USA

Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2001 18:06:25 -0700
From: Peter.Brusilovsky.plb <Peter.Brusilovsky.plbCS.CMU.EDU>
Subject: Computer Science: 4 Asst Profs & 2 Lecturers, Univ of Pittsburgh USA

University of Pittsburgh
Department of Computer Science
4-Assistant Professor and 2-Lecturer positions

The Department of Computer Science at the University of Pittsburgh is
initiating a search for four tenure track positions and two non-tenure
track positions effective September 2002. We seek to fill the four
tenure track positions at the Assistant Professor level, but
higher-level appointments are possible for qualified candidates. The
non-tenure track positions are at the lecturer level. All applications
from experienced scholars with outstanding records of accomplishment
and intellectual leadership are encouraged. 

The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action, Equal
Opportunity Employer. Women and members of minority groups who are
under-represented in academia are especially encouraged to apply.

Outstanding candidates are sought in all areas of Computer Science
including but not limited to: operating systems, distributed systems,
databases, networks, architectures, graphics, and programming
languages. Responsibilities include research, supervision of graduate
student research (PhD and MS), and graduate and undergraduate
teaching. Candidates should have a PhD in Computer Science and
demonstrate exceptional research potential and teaching ability.

The Lecturer positions are to be filled by outstanding teachers.
Candidates for this position should preferably have a PhD, although
applicants with an MS in Computer Science and with other suitable
qualifications in advising of students and in curriculum design and
management will be considered.

Candidates should send a curriculum vitae, a statement of research and
teaching interests, and names and addresses of at least three
references to:

Professor Rami Melhem, Chair
Department of Computer Science
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA 15260

Please direct your inquiries to
Applications must be received by January 18, 2002 to ensure full

The Department provides a stimulating environment for research and
teaching those results in strong graduate and undergraduate programs.
The Department already has strengths in artificial intelligence,
programming languages, algorithms/theory, computer architectures,
distributed systems, and software systems and engineering. The
Computer Engineering program is an established partnership between the
Computer Science Department and the Electrical Engineering Department.
Departmental resources include extensive computing facilities of over
350 workstations and personal computers with multimedia capabilities
and specialized networks and devices. Faculty members also have
network access to additional high performance computing platforms
provided by the general computing facilities of the University as well
as by the Pittsburgh Supercomputer Center (of which the University of
Pittsburgh is a founding member). For further information about the
Department please see

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