NYU Courant Institute's Computer Science Department is recruiting a limited number of Postdoctoral Fellows/Assistant Professors (non-tenure-track) in Computer Science. All areas of Computer Science are considered. The department has strength in theoretical computer science and cryptography; distributed computing and networking; machine learning and data science, computer vision and graphics; scientific computing and optimization; and verification and programming languages. The department has extensive collaborations with other NYU schools, centers and departments as well as industrial research labs in New York, including Facebook, Google, IBM Watson Research Center, etc. The appointments are for two or three years, and carry a teaching load of one course per semester. The applicants must have (or expect to have, by September 2017) a PhD in Computer Science or a related field (e.g., Mathematics, Statistics, or Engineering). Applications are due March 1, 2017 for appointments to begin September 1, 2017. The Search Committee will begin reviewing applications and nominations immediately.
Applicants must submit their CV, research statement, teaching statement, and arrange for at least three (3) reference letters to be submitted directly. Please submit your application at https://apply.interfolio.com/39948.
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