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Tenure Track Faculty

Seeking applicants for multiple faculty positions at all ranks (assistant, associate, and full professor) in the areas of AI, machine learning, and computer and network security. These areas are defined broadly to include work ranging from fundamental theoretical underpinnings to software and systems support for applications. We are particularly seeking to hire faculty whose work spans both AI and security. Examples include, but are not limited to, candidates applying machine-learning techniques to cybersecurity, candidates exploring the protection of autonomous systems, and candidates who have a history of working with others across these subdisciplines. We encourage applications at all academic levels. Applicants for this position must demonstrate an outstanding record of research accomplishments and strong commitment to teaching. The successful candidate will have duties that include teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in the department, developing and maintaining robust programs of research and scholarship, and service to the department, the School of Science, and to Rensselaer. We seek highly collaborative applicants with strong technical vision and a focus on emerging 21st century technologies and challenges. At minimum, candidates must have a Ph.D. or foreign degree equivalent in computer science or closely related field, along with the ability to demonstrate, through their records of accomplishments, promise of future distinction in scholarship and education.

* Open Position

Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, and Professor of Practice

Seeking applicants for multiple Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, or Professor of Practice positions with expertise in the broad areas of computer organization, operating systems, software engineering, network programming, mobile computing, and data structures, along with the capability to teach other introductory computer science courses. Potential candidates must possess either an MS with a minimum of five years teaching experience in a university setting or a Ph.D. The ideal candidate will be an individual with a comprehensive vision of computer science education, as well as the skills needed to integrate into a multi-disciplinary department. Evidence of teaching effectiveness may include student evaluations, syllabi, and/or sample assignments. Candidates for the Senior Lecturer position must also submit evidence of research achievement.


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