Monday, April 24, 2017

[DMANET] Open positions: Two lecturer/senior lecturer positions in algorithms at the University of Sydney

Two lecturer/senior lecturer (assistant professor) positions in algorithms
available at the University of Sydney, Australia.

Closing date: 11:30pm 07 May 2017 (Sydney time)

Full ad:

The School of Information Technologies at the University of Sydney is
embarking on an exciting growth journey, adding several new positions which
will complement our core areas of strength pushing the frontiers to new
research areas. As part of this plan, the School of Information
Technologies (SIT) invites applications from outstanding candidates for a
continuing Lecturer or Senior Lecturer position (Level B/C) in Algorithms
starting immediately. The level of appointment will be commensurate with
qualifications and experience.

This is an attractive opportunity for candidates with an interest and
passion for high quality excellent research and teaching. Strong candidates
from all areas of algorithmic research are sought, including but not
limited to: algorithm analysis, graph algorithms, algorithmic game theory,
approximation algorithms, combinatorial optimization, and computational
learning theory.

To be successful, you will have a PhD in computer science, or a closely
related discipline. You must show evidence of excellent research
achievements in areas of algorithms and the ability to publish your
research in highly-ranked outlets. You will be expected to teach a range of
computer science courses including algorithms related courses. A strong
commitment to teaching and learning is required as well as evidence of
ability to lecture and prepare new teaching material. The candidate is
expected to teach in a broad range of computer science subjects including
algorithms and computing theory.

Informal enquiries are welcome, and can be made to Joachim Gudmundsson (

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