Located in the heart of vibrant Chicago, the UIC CS department anticipates hiring multiple tenure track faculty at all ranks starting from Fall 2024 (with preference for candidates at the Assistant and Associate Professor ranks). Candidates from all areas of computer science who could complement and enhance current departmental strengths are invited to apply. Augmented/Virtual Reality, Computational Biology, Computer Graphics, Computer Vision, Computer Systems, Cryptography, Databases, Languages and Compilers, Robotics, Software Engineering, and related areas are of particular interest. Candidates should have a PhD in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or closely related fields, and the potential for excellence in teaching and research.
Applications must be submitted at https://jobs.uic.edu/, and must include a 1-page cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching, research, and diversity statements, and names and addresses of at least three references. Links to professional websites such as Google Scholar or ResearchGate are recommended. Applicants may contact the faculty search committee at email@example.com for more information. Applications should be submitted by December 15, 2023, for fullest consideration. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.
Computational biology applicants are expected to work in areas related to biology, such as proteins, genomics, networks, cancer, and drug discovery, using computational methods such as machine learning and statistical modeling, and should describe how their work relates to existing activities at the Center for Bioinformatics and Quantitative Biology (CBQB) in their application materials.
The Department of Computer Science at UIC has 44 tenure-system faculty, 4 research faculty, and 24 clinical/teaching faculty. The department is committed to building a diverse faculty preeminent in its missions of research, teaching, and service to the community. Candidates who have experience engaging with a diverse range of faculty, staff, and students, and contributing to a climate of inclusivity are encouraged to discuss their perspectives on these subjects in their application materials.
Construction of a new building housing the UIC Computer Science department is under way; the building is expected to open in 2024. The building will include 80 faculty offices, graduate student offices, 16,000 square feet of classroom space, and many collaborative learning and teaching spaces.
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Duties: Teach, Conduct Research, Mentor Students
Qualifications: PhD in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or closely Related Field and the Potential for Excellence in Teaching and Research.
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PhD in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or closely Related Field and the Potential for Excellence in Teaching and Research
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