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Notice

AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Faculty position in Vision/Learning

http://www.cs.stevens.edu/Search.

STEVENS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Computer Science Department


The Computer Science Department at Stevens Institute of Technology
invites applications for one or more faculty positions in the
following areas: machine learning (with applications that would
complement our current strengths in vision/graphics, security/privacy,
programming languages, and networking); secure systems and
cryptography; computational systems biology; experimental software
engineering; and networking.  Outstanding applicants in other areas
may also be considered.  Hiring is likely to be at the assistant
professor level, although outstanding candidates at other levels may
be considered.  Applicants are expected to have a Ph.D. in Computer
Science or a closely related field.

Stevens Institute of Technology is a private university located in
Hoboken, New Jersey.  The 55-acre campus is on the Hudson river across
from midtown Manhattan within a few minutes from NYC via public
transportation.  Hoboken is a small upscale urban city, the residence
of New Jersey's governor, and the residence of choice for many
professionals working in NYC.  Faculty live in Hoboken, NYC, and in
bucolic suburban communities in Northern New Jersey along commuter
train lines to Hoboken and NYC.  Stevens' location offers excellent
opportunities for collaborations with nearby universities such as NYU,
Princeton, Columbia, and Rutgers/DIMACS as well as industrial research
laboratories such as Bell Labs, AT&T Labs, IBM Research, Google New
York, Siemens, and the Sarnoff Corporation.

Applications should be submitted electronically at
http://www.cs.stevens.edu/Search.  Applications should include a
curriculum vitae, teaching and research statements, and contact
information for three references.  Candidates should ask their
references to send letters directly to the search committee.  Text or
PDF are strongly preferred for all application materials and reference
letters.  Further information is provided at the web site.

Review of applications will begin on January 15, 2008.
Stevens is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.