Monday, February 27, 2012

[DMANET] Full professor position at Kyoto

******* Full Professor Position at Kyoto University ***********

Department of Communications and Computer Engineering, Graduate
School of Informatics, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan has one full
professor position starting from April 1st, 2012. Kyoto University
is one of the top universities in Japan. See
This position belongs to the Computer Engineering Division. The
successful candidate should have a Ph.D. degree in computer science
or related areas, an outstanding record in his/her research in the
field of the core computer science/engineering, such as hardware,
software and theory, and proper experiences in graduate and/or
undergraduate education of those areas. Typical keywords for the
research area we are interested in include, but not limited to,
programming languages, programming language systems, parallel/
distributed/cooperative processing, foundation of software science,
operating systems, computer architectures, design and analysis of
algorithms, computational complexity theory, etc.
Applications should include
(i) CV,
(ii) publication list,
(iii) summary of 3-5 major publications and copies of these papers,
(iv) awards, academic activities, etc.,
(v) names and mail addresses of two references, and
(vi) self-evaluation of the ability of Japanese language if the native
language of the applicant is not Japanese (course activities can
be done in English, but the ability of Japanese may be considered
in the selection process.)
All documents should be submitted in PDF files to Prof. Naofumi Takagi
( by email. At the same time, hard-copies of all
the documents should be sent by postal mail to

Prof. Naofumi Takagi
Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University,
Kyoto 606-8501, Japan.

Deadline for both email and postal mail submissions is May 11, 2012.
Contact phone number is +81-75-753-5373 (Naofumi Takagi) and fax number
is +81-75-753-5986 (also Naofumi Takagi).

The university is an equal opportunity employer and encourages
applications from female and handicapped candidates.
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