Washington University Faculty Positions

Hans Zima Hans Zima <zima@par.univie.ac.at>
Wed, 7 Oct 1998 10:37:29 +0200 (MET DST)

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Date: Wed, 7 Oct 98 15:09:10 WST
From: pdcemail@ee.uwa.edu.au (Parallel and Distributed Computing Email)
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Subject: Washington University Faculty Positions

Washington University in Saint Louis
Department of Computer Science

Applications are invited for tenure-track faculty positions at the
Assistant, Associate and Full Professor levels. Applicants should hold a
doctorate in Computer Science or a closely related field, have a record of
accomplishment in research, and demonstrate a strong commitment to teaching.

Washington University is a leading private national university recognized
for its world class intellectual contributions (20 Nobel Prize Laureates
have been associated with the University), its exceptional resources (an
endowment of $2.8 billion, among the largest in the nation), and its
location in the midst of a delightful residential community which places
much value on education and culture.  With annual external research funding
in the range of $6 million, Computer Science is emerging as one of the
preeminent departments in the University and the School of Engineering and
Applied Science.  Over the next several years, the Department plans to
expand its size from 15 to 20 regular faculty.  This aggressive growth
pattern will be accompanied by commensurate increases in departmental

The Department seeks outstanding candidates likely to develop synergistic
relationships with existing areas of excellence within the department:
networking and communications; distributed computing and object-oriented
software technologies; graphics, visualization, and human interfaces;
artificial intelligence; computer architecture and engineering; theoretical
computer science, algorithms, and  programming languages; and computational
science with emphasis on biomedical applications.  With the strong backing
of the University and the School, the Department is committed to making
significant investments in promising new areas of study and to providing
the kind of resources and environment that will enable new faculty members
to flourish intellectually.  Academic couples seeking to co-locate are
strongly encouraged to apply.   Research groups in search of a highly
supportive institutional environment may also want to consider relocating
to Washington University.

For more information on our department, see our World Wide Web page at

Qualified applicants should send a curriculum vita and the names and
addresses of at least three references to Dr. Catalin Roman, Chairman,
Department of Computer Science, Campus Box 1045, Washington University, One
Brookings Drive, St. Louis, MO 63130-4899.

Applications will be considered as they are received. Those received after
February 1, 1999, may not receive full consideration.  Washington
University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.


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