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3 Tenure Track Assistant or Associate Professor Positions

Posted
16 April 2020
Deadline
No deadline (Open)
Start Date
1 July 2020 (Negotiable)
Address
Department of Computer Science,
350 Victoria Street,
Toronto, ON M5B 2K3
CANADA
Phone
Classification
Research + Teaching
Tenured Position
Yes
Title
Assistant Or Associate
Research Fields
Keywords
Details
The Department of Computer Science in the Faculty of Science at Ryerson University invites applications for three full-time tenure track positions at the rank of Assistant Professor (currently tenured candidates or those with exceptional industrial experience will be considered for positions at the rank of Associate Professor).

The first position will be in the area of Cybersecurity. This position is an integral part of the Department’s Strategic Plan to create a world-class graduate research program in this exciting field, to parallel the university’s Cybersecurity Catalyst. In executing this plan, the successful applicant will join the present core of six faculty members doing related research. As such, we invite applicants with complementary expertise in relevant areas.

The second position is open to excellent candidates in all areas of computer science. Candidates with research in areas of HCI, robotics, programming languages, and systems are particularly encouraged.

The third position is open to excellent candidates in all areas of computer science. Candidates with research in areas of machine learning, visual computing, and image processing are particularly encouraged.

The Department of Computer Science consists of 24 faculty members, 8 staff, 5 postdoctoral fellows, 44 PhD students, 37 MSc students and approximately 1000 undergraduate students. Our faculty prides itself on the quality, breadth and depth of its research in a Department recognized among the top in Canada. We are also committed to excellence in teaching, including the application and research of novel computer science education pedagogies. We seek a candidate that will augment our existing research and teaching strengths, bringing innovative and diverse perspectives and experiences.
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