The David & GG Farber Distinguished Chair in Computer Science Application
Stevens Institute of Technology invites nominations and applications
for The David & GG Farber Distinguished Chair in Computer Science. We
seek a renowned scholar and/or a uniquely accomplished practitioner
who aspires to be a senior academic leader. The Chair holder will
also serve as the Director of the Department of Computer Science, and
will assume a leadership role in the School of Engineering and Science
to strengthen and expand the department.s cross-disciplinary role
within the Institute and to further enhance our national and
international impact in computer science education, research, and
The ideal candidate will have an exceptional record of achievement in
one of the areas of Computer Science in which Stevens possesses unique
strengths -- computer security; visual computing; and machine learning
for big data. The candidate should also have a demonstrated interest
in working at the intersection of computer science and society, with
the ability to lead research and educational programs that not only
advance the field but also address the impact of these advances on
society at large.
The candidate will have demonstrated the qualities of leadership and
innovation, and will be eligible for a tenured academic appointment at
the rank of Professor.
The Computer Science department is one of the most vibrant academic
departments at Stevens, with 17 full-time faculty and numerous
distinguished adjuncts drawn from nearby research centers. Nearly all
of the faculty have extensive externally-funded research programs with
federal agencies including NSF, NSA, DHS, NIH, and others. The
department hosts a National Center of Academic Excellence in
Information Assurance Education, and a National Center of Academic
Excellence in Information Assurance Research, both designated by NSA.
Candidates are encouraged to visit the Department's homepage at
Stevens Institute of Technology Stevens Institute of Technology is a
private university, located in Hoboken, New Jersey. The 55-acre
campus is located in a beautiful park-like setting on the Hudson
River, directly across from New York City. Stevens' location offers
excellent opportunities for collaborations with nearby universities as
well as major industrial research laboratories.
Stevens Institute of Technology is an affirmative action/equal
opportunity employer. Stevens Institute of Technology does not
discriminate against any qualified applicant or employee because of
race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran
status or any other Federal or State legally-protected classes in
implementing the policy concerning nondiscrimination based on religion
or national origin.
Applications should include curriculum vitae, statements of research
and teaching interests and at least three references. PDF format is
preferred for all application materials and reference letters.
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