Now Hiring: Multiple Open-Rank Tenure Track Faculty Positions
The Department of Computer and Information Sciences (CIS) at the University of Delaware (UD) invites applications for three open-rank tenure-track faculty positions in (1) computational biology and bioinformatics (Job no: 499255), (2) computational materials science (Job no: 499305) with a secondary appointment secondary appointment in Materials Science and Engineering (MSEG) Department, and (3) computational biomedicine (Job no: 499307) with a secondary appointment in either the Biomedical Engineering (BME) Department or the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department, depending on the candidate’s research interests. In addition to the aforementioned disciplines, outstanding candidates in all areas will also be considered.
Chandra Kambhamettu, a Professor in the Department of Computer & Information Sciences, has been awarded a nearly $4 million four-year research grant from the Army Research Lab.
UD Engineering’s Guangmo (Amo) Tong receives NSF CAREER award for computer science research.
We offer both a BS and BA in computer science as well as a BS in information systems.
We offer an MS and PhD in computer science and an MS in bioinformatics and computational biology.
Learn more about Research in Computer & Information Sciences at UD including:
- Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
- Computer Networks
- Computer Science Education
- Computer Vision/Graphics/Robotics
- High Performance Computing
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Natural Language Processing & Information Retrieval
- Quantum Computing
- Software Engineering
- Theory of Computation
WHY A CAREER IN COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE?
From its inception just a half century ago, computing has become the defining technology of our age. Computers are integral to modern culture and are the primary engine behind much of the world’s economic growth. Moreover, the field continues to evolve at an astonishing pace, making computer science increasingly important with each passing day.
With a background in computer and information science, you can help the world. For example, through computer science, you can help to:
- Improve human health
- Advance computer technology
- Coordinate disaster responses
- Impact national security
- Advance weather forecasting
- Improve communications