Visiting Faculty / Post-Doctoral Fellow Positions 
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 Visiting Faculty / Post-Doctoral Fellow Positions

               Computer Science and Engineering Department
                    University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Visiting Faculty / Post-Doct{*filter*}Fellow Positions
Computer Science and Engineering Department
University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Applications are invited for Visiting Faculty / Post-Doct{*filter*}Fellow
positions for one year to begin on August 17, 1998. Duties will include
undergraduate and/or graduate instruction and research.

Outstanding candidates with teaching and/or research experience in the
following areas are sought:

   * VLSI design, design automation, and systems architecture,
   * Database and information systems,
   * Software engineering and human-computer interaction,
   * Communications, networking, and distributed systems, and
   * Theory and algorithms.

Applicants at all levels of experience and with a Ph.D. in Computer Science,
Computer Engineering, or a closely related field are eligible. Salary is
negotiable and will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

These positions are non-tenure leading. However, the CSE Department has
tenure-line vacancies and will be conducting searches during the coming
academic year. Applications by visiting faculty for tenure-line positions
will receive full consideration.

The CSE Department currently has 20 full-time faculty lines (with three
vacancies). The Department offers degrees programs both in computer science
and in computer engineering leading to BS, MS, and PhD degrees. The CSE
Department doct{*filter*}program recently was rated by the National Research
Council second highest in the Big 8 Conference. The faculty research
interests cover a wide range of topics in the defined focus areas of
communication theory & foundations, distributed systems, human-centered
software design, and visual information processing. Currently 100 students
are enrolled in the graduate program and 500 in the undergraduate program.
CSE Department faculty members are active participants in state-supported
research centers, including the Center for Communication and Information
Sciences, the Center for Technology Management and Information Science, the
Center for Advanced Land Management Information Technologies, the Center for
Biotechnology, and the Center for Infrastructure Research. Current funding
for research from external sources is over $2.7M. Funding for active
projects from the past year exceeded $800K with over $250K institutional
support for more than 30 projects. Further information about the Department
may be obtained from the web page at " http://www.*-*-*.com/ ;.

As the largest educational institution in the state, UNL has since its
founding in 1869 been a distinguished land grant institution. A member of
the American Association of Universities, UNL also is a Carnegie I Research
University and a member of the National Association of State Universities
and Land Grant Colleges. There are nine undergraduate colleges and a law
college as well as a graduate division granting degrees at the
baccalaureate, master's and doct{*filter*}levels. Approximately 24,000 students
matriculate annually. There are 32 doct{*filter*}programs, 63 master's programs,
130 undergraduate sequences and 14 pre-professional areas of study. The
colleges are: Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources, Architecture, Arts
& Sciences, Business Administration, Engineering & Technology, Fine &
Performing Arts, Human Resources and Family Sciences, Journalism & Mass
Communications, Law, and Teachers.

Screening begins immediately and will continue until suitable candidates are
hired. Applicants should submit a letter of interest, a current CV and
arrange to have three professional references sent as soon as possible, to:

CSE Search Committee Chair
(c/o: Ms. Linda Endres)
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Lincoln, Nebraska 68588-0115
Telephone: (402)-472-5001
FAX: (402)-472-7767

WWW Site: http://www.*-*-*.com/

The University of Nebraska is committed to a pluralistic campus community
through Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity and is responsive to the
needs of dual career couples. We assure reasonable accommodation under the
Americans with Disabilities Act.
Department of Computer Science                       Stephen D. Scott

One Brookings Drive                     http://www.*-*-*.com/ ~sds/
St. Louis, MO  63130-4899                              (314) 935-4425

Sat, 16 Dec 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
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