LINGUIST List 9.1500

Tue Oct 27 1998

Jobs: Computational Ling

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  1. Nellie Cho, Computational Ling; Tenure track at Columbia
  2. Nellie Cho, Computational Ling; Lecturer at Columbia

Message 1: Computational Ling; Tenure track at Columbia

Date: Mon, 26 Oct 1998 14:42:31 -0500 (EST)
From: Nellie Cho <nchocs.columbia.edu>
Subject: Computational Ling; Tenure track at Columbia



 COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
 DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE

 The Department of Computer Science anticipates at least one tenure track
opening this year. This is part of the planned expansion of faculty positions
over the next several years, based in part on a major gift to the School of
Engineering and Applied Science from the Fu Foundation. We invite applications
from exceptional candidates at all ranks with particular focus on the following
areas: information systems (such as information retrieval, database systems,
and data mining), computer engineering (such as computer architecture, computer
system design and VLSI CAD), and human-computer interaction.

 Our department of twenty tenure-track faculty and three lecturers
emphasizes excellence in research and teaching and attracts excellent Ph.D.
students, virtually all of whom are fully supported by research grants.
Departmental facilities include Sun and SGI servers, numerous Sun and SGI
workstations, PCs and Macs, plus state-of-the-art experimental systems. The
department is in the third year of an NSF CISE research infrastructure grant.
We have close ties to the nearby research laboratories of AT&T, Bell Atlantic,
Bellcore, IBM, Lucent, Matsushita, NEC, Siemens, and other leading industrial
companies, including the start-up companies of Manhattan's Silicon Alley and
the financial companies of Wall Street.

 Columbia University is one of the leading research universities in the
United States, and New York City is one of the cultural, financial, and
communications capitals of the world. Columbia's enclosed campus of tree-lined
walks is located in Morningside Heights on the Upper West Side. The department
has its own building plus additional space and facilities in the adjacent
interdisciplinary Schapiro Center for Engineering and Physical Science
Research. University subsidized housing and parking are available.

 Candidates for tenure track assistant professor should exhibit exceptional
research promise, while those seeking a more senior position should have an
outstanding record of research achievement. Interest and ability in teaching
undergraduates and graduates is necessary. Please submit a summary of research
interests (prominently stating the closest area among those listed above), CV,
email address, and the names and email addresses of at least three references
to: 
	Faculty Search Chairperson
	Department of Computer Science
	450 Computer Science Building
	Mail Code 0401
	Columbia University
	New York, New York 10027
	(recruitingcs.columbia.edu). 

A confirmation of receipt will be sent by email.

 Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
We encourage applications from women and minorities.






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Message 2: Computational Ling; Lecturer at Columbia

Date: Mon, 26 Oct 1998 14:48:42 -0500 (EST)
From: Nellie Cho <nchocs.columbia.edu>
Subject: Computational Ling; Lecturer at Columbia



 COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
 Department of Computer Science


The Department of Computer Science anticipates a non-tenure track
opening for a Lecturer. We invite applications from outstanding
classroom instructors with strong activity in research in computer
science or in a computer-related mathematical discipline.

Our department of twenty tenure-track faculty and four lecturers
emphasizes excellence in research and teaching and attracts
excellent undergraduate and graduate students. The number of
faculty is expected to increase.

Departmental facilities include numerous Sun 4 servers, Sun, IBM, and
SGI workstations, Macs, and PCs, plus
state-of-the-art experimental equipment. The department is in the
third year of an NSF CISE research infrastructure grant. We are
within an hour's drive of the research laboratories of AT\&T, Bellcore,
IBM, Lucent, Matsushita, NEC, NYNEX, Philips, Siemens, and other
leading industrial companies.

Columbia University is one of the leading research universities in the
United States, and New York City is one of the cultural, financial,
and communications capitals of the world. Columbia's enclosed campus
of tree-lined walks is located in Morningside Heights on the Upper
West Side. The department has its own building plus additional space
and facilities in the new interdisciplinary Schapiro Center for
Engineering and Physical Science Research. University subsidized
housing and parking are available.

Please submit a summary of research interests, CV, email
address, and the names of at least three references to: 


 Lecturer Search
 c/o Prof. Jonathan Gross
 Department of Computer Science
 450 Computer Science Building
 Columbia University
 New York, NY 10027
 E-mail: lecsrchcs.columbia.edu.


Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer. We encourage applications from women and minorities.







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