UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA NORMAN CAMPUS: GALLOGLY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING: SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
Location: Norman, Oklahoma
Open Date: Dec 20, 2018
The School of Computer Science in the Gallogly College of Engineering at the University of Oklahoma is entering an exciting period of growth opportunities in various research areas combined with its large undergraduate and graduate programs.
We invite applications for two tenure-track faculty positions at the rank of assistant professor in the areas of artificial intelligence, machine learning, high-performance computing, and/or network science.
Candidates must hold a Ph.D. degree in computer science or related fields and have the ability to teach courses at all levels, including advising M.S. and Ph.D. students.
Our school offers B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in computer science, and M.S. degrees in data science and analytics in conjunction with the School of Industrial & Systems Engineering.
*A doctoral degree in computer science or any related discipline.
* Proven research record and potential to attract funding in areas of AI/ML, High-Performance Computing, and/or Network Science Candidates should also have the ability to teach courses at all levels and advice M.S. and Ph.D. students.
The application package should include
1) a single-page cover letter explaining your interest in this program,
2) a curriculum vitae,
3) teaching and research statements,
4) 1-2 papers that best represent research contributions and scholarship,
5) a list of at least three references.
Review of applications will begin January 30, 2019, and continue until the position is filled.
The NSF Mid-scale Research Infrastructure-2 Program (Mid-scale RI-2) supports implementation of projects that comprise any combination of equipment, instrumentation, computational hardware and software, and the necessary commissioning and human capital in support of implementation of the same.
Examples of projects that may be supported by Mid-scale RI-2 include, but are not limited to, upgrades and new major instruments or cyberinfrastructure for existing major infrastructure, infrastructure that supports targeted high-priority experiments, and major shared community infrastructure and resources as may be required to enable community-scale research.
Letter of Intent Due Date (required): February 08, 2019
Preliminary Proposal Due Date (required): March 11, 2019
Full Proposal Deadline: August 02, 2019
Please mark your calendar for the 2019 NSF Cybersecurity Summit for Large Facilities and Cyberinfrastructure, planned for October 15-17, 2019, in San Diego, CA.
Information on prior summits is available at http://trustedci.org/summit/.
The 2018 season of the Trusted CI Webinar series has concluded and they are looking forward to the presentations scheduled in 2019.
The following topics and speakers have been booked already:
(Webinars are scheduled the 4th Monday of the month at 11am Eastern time.)
· January 28th: The Research Security Operations Center (ResearchSOC with Von Welch and RSOC leadership team
· March 25th: SecureCloud with Casimer DeCusatis
· April 22nd: Supporting Controlled Unclassified Information with a Campus Awareness and Risk Management Framework with Justin Yang and colleagues
· May 27th: Robust and Secure Internet Infrastructure for Scientific Collaboration with Amir Herzberg
· June 24th: The Trusted CI Framework: An Architecture for Cybersecurity Programs with Trusted CI
· July 22nd: Campus Infrastructure for Microscale, Privacy-Conscious, Data-Driven Planning with Jason Waterman
· August 26th: Pegasus and IRIS with Anirban Mandal
· December 9th: The DDIDD project with John Heidemann and colleagues
CTSC still has openings for the months of February, September, and October. See the call for presentations for more information.
In case you missed them, here are the webinars from 2018: