Research Assistant Professor
The Department of Computer Science at Duke University seeks applicants for a Research Assistant Professor position. Candidates should have completed a doctorate at the time of appointment and show definite promise in research and teaching. The teaching load for the position may vary, and typically involves three courses over one year. The remaining effort is devoted to research, as well as helping to develop and run the department's expanding undergraduate research program.
Tenure-Track Faculty Positions in Computer Science
Duke University invites applications and nominations for four tenure-track or tenured faculty positions in all areas of computer science, and for two additional joint positions between Computer Science and other departments. Areas include artificial intelligence, machine learning, computer systems, security and privacy, database systems, computer vision, algorithms, optimization, as well as interdisciplinary work that relates to the social sciences or biological sciences. Positions are at all ranks and to begin July 2019.
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