The following is a position announcement in Computer Science for our
Scarborough Campus.  The position is an open position so that applicants
in HCI with a good background in Computer Science are welcome applicants.
An HCI faculty member at the Scarborough Campus would have a downtown office
and be working with Toronto's HCI group.


Department of Computer Science

Applicants are sought for a tenure-track position in computer science
at the University of Toronto, Scarborough Campus.  It is expected that
the appointment will be made at the rank of Assistant Professor.

The university's teaching and research activities in computer science
are closely integrated across the university's three campuses in the
Greater Toronto Area.  Duties of the present position will include
teaching undergraduate courses on the Scarborough campus, teaching
graduate courses on the downtown campus, and engaging in research
and the supervision of graduate students.

Excellent candidates from all areas of computer science are encouraged
to apply.  We are seeking people with a strong commitment to, and
demonstrated excellence in, both teaching and research.  The areas
of expertise in which our needs are greatest are operating systems,
networks, software engineering, distributed systems, and related topics.
We especially value individuals with a broad knowledge of computer science.
Applicants must hold, or expect to shortly receive, a PhD in computer
science or a closely related field.

Applications, including a CV and research statement, should be submitted
by 31 January 1997 to:

Professor J. Thompson, Chair
Division of Physical Sciences
Scarborough Campus
University of Toronto
Scarborough, Ontario M1C 1A4

Candidates should arrange for at least three letters of reference to be
sent to the above address.  Enquiries may be addressed to Professor
Thompson at [log in to unmask] or 416-287-7196.

The attention of applicants is drawn to a similar position, separately
advertised, that is presently available on the University's downtown
campus.  A separate application is required, as detailed in the

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, priority will be
given to Canadian citizens and landed immigrants (permanent residents)
of Canada.

In accordance with its employment equity policy, the University of Toronto
encourages applications from qualified men and women, members of visible
minorities, aboriginal people, and persons with disabilities.