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Subject: Assistant Professor in Computer Science, Ohio University (tenure-track)
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Date:Tue, 29 Jul 2014 04:23:32 -0000

Russ College of Engineering and Technology at Ohio University invites
applications for a full-time, benefits-eligible, tenure track assistant
professor position in computer science. The selected applicant will be
expected to perform excellent research, teaching, and service in computer
science. Candidates should have an earned doctorate in computer science or
a related discipline. Candidates are expected to have strong research
potential as well as an interest in teaching at both the undergraduate and
graduate levels. Departmental support will include initial reduced teaching
loads, competitive salary and generous start-up funds. Candidates from all
research areas are welcomed, but preference will be given to candidates
with expertise in secure and dependable software systems (i.e., software
certification, verification, or validation; formal methods in software
engineering; or cybersecurity).

The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science is in the Russ
College of Engineering and Technology at Ohio University. The School
ofEECS offers
bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees. At present there are roughly
375 undergraduate majors, 60 master’s degree students and 50 PhD students
in the School of EECS. We employ 22 full-time tenured and tenure-track
faculty. New sponsored research awards in the School of EECShave averaged
over $6M per year over the last three years, and numerous research
collaboration opportunities exist within the School’s Center for Scientific
Computing and Immersive Technologies (CSCIT) and within the Avionics
Engineering Center.

Ohio University is a public, comprehensive university that conducts high
quality research across many disciplines, and emphasizes an excellent,
learner-centered educational experience by providing undergraduate,
graduate, and professional programs to approximately 20,000 students in a
residential setting. The Ohio University area features a national forest,
state parks and recreation opportunities such as hiking, bicycling,
camping, and canoeing.

To apply, please visit by

Dr. Chang Liu, Associate Professor, School of EECS, Ohio University
Virtual Immersive Technologies & Arts for Learning:

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