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The University of AlabamaLocation: Tuscaloosa, AL 35487 Document ID: AB356-4LHE Posted on: 2017-09-1309/13/2017 Job Type: Regular
Tenure - Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Alabama invites applications for a tenure• track faculty position at the Assistant or Associate level to begin either January or August 2018. Candidates will be expected to engage with faculty and researchers in the Alabama Water Institute (http:/ /awi.ua.edu/). Research areas of interest include, but are not limited to, management and manipulation of large sensor data sets, real-time (and near real-time) data processing, resource constrained data collection and analysis, high performance computing, big data, and robotics command-and-control.
Located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, the University of Alabama enrolls over 37,000 students and is the capstone of higher education in the State. Housed in the College of Engineering, the Computer Science Department has 24 faculty members (16 tenured/tenure-track faculty), roughly 700 undergraduates and approximately 50 graduate students. The Department has produced 33 doctoral graduates in the last five years and is funded by agencies such as NSF, Google, Departments of Education and Commerce, various Defense agencies, multiple State agencies, and other sponsors. In 2013, the College completed construction of a $300M Shelby Engineering and Science Complex.
Applicants should apply online at https://facultyjobs.ua.edu/ requisition # 0810845. Applicants must have an earned doctorate (Ph.D.) in computer science or a closely related field. The application package should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and the names of three references. The University of Alabama is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Women and minority applicants are particularly encouraged to apply.