Tenure-track or Tenure Faculty Position in Computer Engineering/Computer Science
The School of Computer Engineering (SCE) at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, invites qualified academics to apply for a number of tenure-track or tenure faculty positions as Full Professor, Associate Professor or Assistant Professor in Computer Engineering and Computer Science.
Candidates must possess a PhD in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or related disciplines. The School seeks individuals with exceptional promise for, or a proven record of, research achievement who will excel in teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, while assuming a position of international standing in their field of research. Candidates must have vision and an interest in defining (a) the research frontier as well as (b) the education of next-generation leaders in this rapidly evolving field. Candidates should also demonstrate the ability to combine theoretical knowledge with practical development of computational solutions and systems within one of the following, or closely related areas:
Digital Systems: Custom computing architectures, reconfigurable computing, system-on-chip, multi/many-core processors, electronic design automation for architecture-aware synthesis.
Cyber-Physical Systems and Security: Networked embedded systems, robust and safety-critical systems, embedded software, reliability-aware design and fault tolerance, information security, hardware/software security, cyber security, system dependability, system vulnerability analysis.
Visual and Interactive Computing: New user interface, brain-based interaction, human-centric computing, video analytics, game-based learning and gamification.
Modelling and Computer Simulation: Agent-based modelling and simulation, data-driven simulation, multi-model/multi-scale simulation with applications in medicine & healthcare, transportation and logistics, homeland security and military defense, natural environmental changes, virtual environments, cyber warfare and complex systems.
Software & Information Systems: Complex software, human-centric software engineering, software testing and performance evaluation, agile software development methodologies, medical informatics, big-data analytics and data science.
The School of Computer Engineering has undergone a major curriculum revision and re-alignment of research areas, and is supported by modern teaching and research laboratory facilities. In line with University’s vision, the School has identified Medical Informatics and Systems; Secure and Pervasive Cyberspace for Virtual Living; and Sustainability Informatics and Systems to be its strategic research thrusts. Successful applicants will find NTU to be a stimulating environment conducive to professional growth and interdisciplinary collaborative research.
The University offers competitive remuneration packages commensurate with qualifications and experience, and comprehensive benefits. For further information about the School of Computer Engineering, please refer to the following website.
Review of applications will continue until the positions are filled. However applicants are strongly encouraged to apply early. Applicants must state which of the aforementioned areas they are applying for when submitting their applications. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
Lecturer / Senior Lecturer Positions in Computer Science/Computer Engineering
The School of Computer Engineering has recently undertaken a major revision of its undergraduate curricula in Computer Science and Computer Engineering. As a consequence, several new lectureships have been established for which applications are now invited.
Candidates should be passionate about teaching and learning and possess a PhD or Masters degree in appropriate disciplines, and have excellent communication skills.
The School seeks individuals who have relevant industrial practice and demonstrable university-level teaching experience to educate the next-generation leaders in the following rapidly evolving fields.
Software and Information Systems: Software engineering, software testing and performance evaluation, ‘Agile’ software development methodology, software usability, enterprise information systems, decision support systems and business intelligence.
Visual and Interactive Computing: Computer graphics and visualisation, human computer interface, computer vision, multimedia content analysis and retrieval, multimedia signal processing.
Networks and Distributed Systems: Communications and networks, wireless and pervasive networks, mobile communications, parallel and distributed computing, cloud computing, programming languages and compilers, operating systems, algorithms and formal methods, modeling and simulation.
Hardware and Embedded Systems: Digital systems design, computer architecture, re-configurable computing, low power embedded systems, embedded systems programming, advanced microprocessors/microcontrollers, high-integrity and safety-critical software for embedded systems, hardware security, software security, cyber security, cryptography and network security.
To apply, please refer to the Guidelines for Submitting an Application for Lecturer Appointment and send your application to SCEHR@ntu.edu.sg. Electronic applications are preferred.
Review of applications will continue until the positions are filled. Applications received by 30 September 2013 are assured of full consideration. Candidates must state which of the aforementioned areas they are applying for when submitting their applications. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
The School of Computer Engineering at the Nanyang Technological University is seeking candidates for a two- to six-month academic visit to the School in 2013.
Candidates must be well established leaders in a scientific field related, but not limited to Computer Science and Engineering. The goal of this Visiting Professorship is to enhance multi-disciplinary research via an active collaboration with the faculty members of the School.
Successful candidates are expected to take a leading role in developing research applications to the local and international funding agencies and industry. In addition, candidates are expected to present seminars and lectures in their areas of expertise. We are particularly seeking established senior scientists who have made significant contributions to their field and who can play a mentoring role to junior faculty members in the School.
Financial assistance for the professorship will cover travel, housing and an honorarium.
Electronic applications should include a cover letter outlining a candidate’s interest in pursuing this position, area of expertise, and a current resume or curriculum vitae. Please send your materials to SCEHR@ntu.edu.sg. Guidelines for application and forms are available here. Review of applications begins immediately.