Cybersecurity Tenure-Track or Tenured Faculty Positions in Computer Science/Electrical and Computer Engineering

Duke CS and Duke ECEThe Department of Computer Science (CS) and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Duke University jointly invite applications and nominations for tenure-track or tenured faculty positions in the area of computer security. Candidates will be considered for appointments in CS, ECE, or jointly in both departments. We are particularly interested in candidates who combine security with human-computer interaction, hardware, programming languages, machine learning, or formal methods/verification; or those who work on post-quantum cryptography.

Candidates are expected to have a doctoral degree in computer science, electrical and computer engineering, or a related field. A successful candidate must have a solid disciplinary foundation and demonstrate the promise of outstanding scholarship in every regard, including research and teaching.

Applicants should submit their materials (cover letter, curriculum vita, research statement, teaching statement, contacts for at least three references) electronically through the AcademicJobsOnline (, and solicit letters of reference. For full consideration, applications and references should be received by December 15, 2021.

Computing is a focus area of Duke Science and Technology (DST), a signature initiative at Duke supported by significant philanthropic investment that involves strategic recruitment of exceptional faculty. Relevant candidates in the field of computing who applied to the DST search will be automatically considered by this search committee. The CS and ECE departments at Duke have a proven track record of collaborating in computing research, educational initiatives, and faculty search.

Duke is committed to further enhancing the diversity of its faculty and students. We seek faculty members who are also committed to building a diverse and inclusive community, which fosters excellence in research and teaching. We strongly encourage applications from women and underrepresented minorities in computing. Please see, and for information about the departments and advantages that Duke offers to faculty.

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