The Department of Computer Science at the Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T) in Rolla, Missouri is seeking outstanding applicants for multiple open-rank tenure-track/tenured (TT/T) faculty positions, in all areas of Computer Science. Preference will be given to applicants who can contribute to the department's areas of strength such as: cyber-physical systems, security, data science, machine learning, IoT, and artificial intelligence. Competitive salary commensurate with the rank of the position and qualifications of the candidate will be offered.
The successful TT/T candidate will be expected to have strong commitments to contributing to the departmental and college efforts, high quality teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, and service in our institution, department and campus, and the applicant’s professional community, supporting diversity of both student body and faculty.
Applicants must hold a Ph.D. in Computer Science or a closely related field by the appointment start date. Missouri S&T’s Computer Science Department has a proud 50+ year history of positively impacting society through ground-breaking research, and advancing the quality and breadth of its educational mission, granting an ABET-accredited BS, as well as MS and PhD degrees. Further details on required and desired attributes, skills and characteristics of the successful candidate, and the department's vision and strategic plan, activities, and research may be found at https://cs.mst.edu.
Internal Number: 00075710
About University of Missouri Science and Technology
Missouri S&T’s Department of Computer Science has a proud 50+ year history of positively impacting society through ground-breaking research, and advancing the quality and breadth of its educational mission, granting an ABET-accredited BS, as well as MS and PhD degrees. An active recruitment strategy has resulted in the department now being one of the largest on campus, with over 800 students. Special emphasis on recruiting students from under-represented groups has been highly successful: for instance, the number of female students has grown significantly over the last five years. Research expenditures have grown about 37% from 2014 to 2017, with a wide variety of federal and industrial sponsors. The department has 4,383 successful and engaged alumni, and is strongly supported by the Academy of Computer Science, a 40-member organization dedicated to developing key programs of the department with financial support, and active engagement and advocacy. The department also has an active
Industrial Advisory Board that provides feedback to ensure the curriculum remains relevant to industry and that our graduates have the capability to apply CS principles in innovative ways, and to prov...ide financial support. The department is particularly proud that nearly a thousand recruiters sought Computer Science graduates last academic year, including multiple national labs with whom we have long-established hiring pipelines as well as funded research collaborations.