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The School of Information and Computer Science (ICS) at the University
of California, Irvine (UCI) is seeking excellent candidates for
tenure-track positions in the following areas:
A. Ubiquitous Computing
B. Software Engineering
C. Information Retrieval, Access, & Management
These positions are for appointment in July 2004 and are at the rank of
assistant professor, although exceptional candidates at all ranks will
be considered. The School of ICS expects to grow substantially over the
next decade and to recruit new faculty each year. Thus, outstanding
candidates in other research areas are encouraged to contact us. ICS is
also recruiting Distinguished Professors in a broad range of areas.
UC Irvine is targeted as a growth campus for the University of
California. It is one of the youngest UC campuses, yet ranked 12th
among public universities by US News & World Report. Salary and other
compensation (including priority access to on-campus faculty housing)
are competitive with the nation’s finest public universities. For a
view of UCI, see http://www.uci.edu.
The School of ICS is one of nine academic units at UC Irvine and was
recently elevated to an independent school by the UC Regents. With
approximately 2200 undergraduates, 330 graduate students, and 50
faculty members, ICS is the largest computing program within the UC
system as well as the fastest-growing major at UCI. ICS’ mission is to
lead the innovation of new information and computing technology and
study its economic and social significance while producing an educated
workforce to further advance technology and fuel the economic engine.
The School of ICS has excellent faculty, innovative programs, high
quality students and outstanding graduates as well as strong
relationships with high tech industry. For a perspective on ICS, see
Applicants should have a Ph.D. in Computer Science or a related field
and show strong teaching and research potential evidenced by scholarly
publications. Senior applicants must also demonstrate a proven track
record in funded research activities.
Screening will begin immediately upon receipt of completed application.
Maximum consideration will be given to applications received by January
15, 2004. Applications will be accepted until relevant positions are
Electronic application is highly preferred; instructions can be found