faculty position in El Paso

Vladik Kreinovich (vladik@cs.utep.edu)
Thu, 8 Feb 1996 22:36:33 +0100


The University of Texas at El Paso seeks a tenure-track Assistant
or Associate Professor of Computer Science. The successful can-
didate must demonstrate a strong commitment to undergraduate edu-
cation and research experiences. Additionally, the successful
candidate is expected to develop a successful research program in
a technical area of Computer Science. Although applications are
welcome from anyone who holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science, Com-
puter Engineering, or Computer Systems Engineering, the depart-
ment has particular interest in candidates who specialize in sys-
tems or concurrency.

UTEP's Computer Science Department is part of the College of En-
gineering. It currently consists of seven full time and two
part-time faculty members and offers M.S. and B.S. degrees in
computer science. Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
jointly offer a Ph.D. in computer engineering. Despite its small
size, the department maintains significant research programs in
Artificial Intelligence and Logic Programming, Cryptography and
Theory of Randomness, Interval Computation, and Software En-
gineering. More information about the city, the university and
the department can be found in the WWW pages
(http://www.utep.edu).

The University of Texas at El Paso has recently been selected as
a Model Institution for Excellence (MIE) by the National Science
Foundation. The university's MIE focus is on undergraduate edu-
cation and undergraduate involvement in meaningful research ex-
periences. Substantial funding is available for the development
of new courses and the redesign of appropriate existing courses.
Course development is to place emphasis on student participation.
The successful applicant is expected to participate in the
University's MIE initiative and play an active role in the
University's commitment to providing the environment to encourage
and enable student success. Due to the MIE involvement, it is
expected that the faculty member will successfully employ innova-
tive teaching methods and involve students in substantive
research activities.

Applicants should submit a detailed resume and the names of at
least four references to Daniel Cooke, CS Dept., University of
Texas at El Paso, El Paso Tx. 79968. (e-mail:
dcooke@cs.utep.edu).

The University of Texas at El Paso does not discriminate on the
basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, or
disbility in employment or the provision of services.