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Notice

AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Associate Professorship in Computational Complexity, Aarhus (Denmark)

http://science.au.dk/stillinger-og-stipendier/videnskabelige-stillinger/
Contact:

Associate Professor in Computational Complexity Theory

A position as associate professor in the area of Computational complexity
theory is available at the Department of Computer Science (www.cs.au.dk),
starting January 1, 2010.

Applicants must document a strong record of original research and have
teaching experience at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

The Department conducts research and teaching in theoretical as well as
experimental computer science. The staff is close to 200 people, including
30 full or associate professors, and 60 PhD students. The number of students
is approximately 600.

For more information about the job vacancy:

http://science.au.dk/stillinger-og-stipendier/videnskabelige-stillinger/

Application date (*PLEASE NOTE*): 20/11/2009