Faculty position (CS/AI), Kansas State University CIS Department


Subject: Faculty position (CS/AI), Kansas State University CIS Department
From: William H. Hsu (bhsu@ringil.cis.ksu.edu)
Date: Tue Oct 10 2000 - 12:25:07 MET DST


Dear Colleagues,

   We have tenure-track faculty positions available for Spring 2001 and
   Fall 2001 in our Computer Science department, and are interested in
   finding quality candidates for the open positions. Our department
   has particular interest in hiring someone who has a solid background
   in probabilistic reasoning, machine learning and knowledge discovery
   in databases (KDD), and artificial intelligence.

   If you know of students or collegues who are suited to the job
   description posted below, I would be most grateful if you would forward
   the description to them. Also, I would be happy to communicate with
   any interested parties via e-mail or telephone (785-532-6350).

  Thank you for your assistance.

 Sincerely,
 William H. Hsu
 CIS Department, Kansas State University
 bhsu@cis.ksu.edu

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                             KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY
                                 Faculty Position
                 Department of Computing and Information Sciences

           The department of Computing and Information Sciences at Kansas
           State University invites applications for multiple tenure-
           track position beginning in Spring and Fall 2001. Applicants
           should have a Ph.D. degree in computer science by the starting
           date of the appointment; salary will be commensurate with
           qualifications. Applicants must be committed to both teaching
           and research. Primary consideration will be given to computer
           scientists who work in database and knowledge-based systems,
           programming languages, distributed and parallel systems, and
           software engineering. Applications must include descriptions
           of teaching and research interests along with copies of
           representative publications. Non-U.S. citizens must include
           visa status.

           The department has a faculty of seventeen and offers BS, MS,
           MSE, and PhD degrees. Computing facilities center around a
           network of UNIX- and Solaris-based single- and multi-
           processor Sun workstations, X-terminals, and PCs. Details
           can be found at the URL http://www.cis.ksu.edu/

           Please send applications to:

           Dr. Virgil Wallentine, Head
           Department of Computing and Information Sciences
           234 Nichols Hall
           Kansas State University
           Manhattan, KS 66506
           E-mail: virg@cis.ksu.edu

           Review of applications will commence September 15 and continue
           until the positions are filled.

           Kansas State University is an Affirmative Action Equal
           Opportunity Employer.

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 William H. Hsu, Ph.D.
 Assistant Professor of CIS, Kansas State University
 Research Scientist, Automated Learning Group, NCSA
 bhsu@cis.ksu.edu, bhsu@ncsa.uiuc.edu
 http://www.cis.ksu.edu/~bhsu ICQ: 28651394
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