Computer Science and Engineering Faculty Positions

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) at Wright State University seeks applicants for up to two positions. The first is a for a tenure track position at the rank of assistant professor and the second is for a position at assistant, associate, or full rank with rank and tenure status appropriate to qualifications and experience. Candidates for these positions are expected to have an earned Ph.D. in computer science, computer engineering or a closely related field anticipated by the start date with outstanding academic credentials. Candidates applying for a position at the rank of assistant professor must clearly demonstrate the potential to develop a vibrant funded research program that engages graduate students and produces peer reviewed publications while candidates for the rank of associate/full professor must have an outstanding record of funded research and scholarly publications. In addition, candidates must possess excellent communication skills and a commitment to engage in both undergraduate and graduate education. The focus of the current search is for faculty specializing in cyber security and intelligent systems including areas such as information assurance and security, trustworthy computing, combating malware, computer forensics, cloud computing and visualization. Outstanding applicants who can tie the area of cyber security and intelligent systems into our department's Kno.e.sis Center research topics including areas such as social Web, sensor Web, cyber-physical systems, Web of Things, Big Data and Web Science are encouraged to apply. Outstanding applicants specializing in other emerging research areas are also welcome to apply.

The Department has 26 faculty members, more than 500 undergraduate, 75 M.S. and 40 Ph.D. students and offers B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees both in Computer Science and Computer Engineering. Information about the Department can be found at: http://cecs.wright.edu/cse/. The Department is located in the Russ Engineering Center and Joshi Research Center which includes the Kno.e.sis Center (http://knoesis.wright.edu) and the Appenzeller Visualization Laboratory. The Department is one of four departments in the College of Engineering and Computing Science, which houses 4 out of 7 of Wright State’s University System of Ohio Centers of Excellence. Wright State University, an institution of nearly 19,000 students, is located on a spacious campus within a growing suburban community. A variety of affordable and pleasant living environments with schools and parks attractive to professionals are conveniently located close to campus.  Wright State University is surrounded by industry leaders including Lexis-Nexis, Reynolds & Reynolds, CSC, Ball Aerospace, Northrop Grumman, Teradata, and SAIC. Wright State is also located adjacent to the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, which houses the headquarters of the Air Force Research Laboratory.  The university is committed to industrial and government partnerships for research and economic development ventures and has a strong institutional commitment to underrepresented groups, women, persons with disabilities, and veterans. Applicants should provide a brief statement of their research, teaching interests, and professional goals. The application should include a cover letter indicating the rank desired and a complete vita with the names, addresses, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of at least four references.  Applications and supporting information are completed on-line at: https://jobs.wright.edu/postings/4570.

Consideration of candidates begins November 8, 2011 and continues until the positions are closed or filled. Salaries and resources are competitive and based on rank.   For details and additional information, you may contact Prof. Mateen Rizki, Chair, at mateen.rizki@wright.edu.

Wright State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.