faculty position in computer graphics/computer vision at Stanford University

faculty position in computer graphics/computer vision at Stanford University

Post by Leonidas J. Guib » Sun, 24 Jan 1993 05:35:48



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                        STANFORD UNIVERSITY

                   Department of Computer Science

The Computer Science Department of Stanford University is seeking
candidates for a tenure-track assistant professorship in the areas of
computer vision/computer graphics.  Specific areas of interest
include, but are not restricted to, physically-based modeling and
animation, model generation, active vision, sensor fusion, invariants
for vision, illumination models, and geometric foundations for
vision/graphics. The successful candidate will be a computer scientist
who is proficient in developing the underlying algorithmic techniques,
and in building prototype systems to demonstrate the algorithms in
specific applications.  Candidates must have demonstrated outstanding
research and teaching abilities.

Stanford University is an affirmative action/equal-opportunity
employer. Women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply.

Applications, including a curriculum vitae and names of five references,
should be sent to Professor Leonidas J. Guibas, Robotics Laboratory,
Computer Science Department, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305.

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1. Faculty Positions: Boston University Computer Science

BOSTON UNIVERSITY
                    Department of Computer Science

Applications are invited for two tenure-track assistant professorships
beginning September 1998.  Qualifications required of all applicants
include: a PhD in Computer Science; a strong research record;
commitment to research and teaching.  The department has a special
interest in candidates in the areas of databases, visualization,
networking, computer graphics and experimental computer science.

The Computer Science Department currently consists of 11 faculty, and
offers BA, MA, and PhD programs.  Our research interests include
parallel, distributed, and real-time systems; parallel languages and
compilers; networks; image and video computing; logic of computation;
and theoretical computer science.  

The Department has excellent computing resources which include PC's,
Sun and SGI workstations, as well as Sun and SGI multiprocessor
servers.  During the past year, the College funded construction of a
new computer science research lab for research in distributed systems,
real-time systems, networks, and graphics.  The department has been
the recent recipient of significant grants for research infrastructure
and for graduate student support.  We have a close association with
other groups on campus working on aspects of computing, and access to
University facilities including SGI POWER CHALLENGEarray
supercomputers, SGI Origin2000, and campus wide high speed networks
(FDDI and HiPPI).

Additional information on the department and this search is available
from http://cs-www.bu.edu.

Qualified applicants should send a detailed resume and arrange for at
least three references to be sent to:

                        Faculty Search Committee
                      Computer Science Department
                         111 Cummington Street
                           Boston University
                           Boston, MA 02215

Please include a cover letter stating the names of your references
and your major area of specialization.

Boston University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
Minorities, persons with disabilities, and women are particularly
encouraged to apply.

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