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- Applications are invited for a tenure track Assistant Professor of Computational-and Data-intensive Science at the University of Hawaii at Manoa’s Information & Computer Sciences (ICS) Department (ics.hawaii.edu). Exceptional candidates at higher ranks may also be considered.
- Duties include undertaking a program of independent research, teaching graduate and undergraduate courses, and contributing to the academic and scientific life of the ICS Department and Data Science initiatives across campus. Responsibilities also include participation in University committees,helping to serve as academic advisor to students; and performing related tasks as assigned. Successful applicants will be expected to work in close collaboration with other disciplines, such as but not limited to: Astronomy, Geoscience, Biology, Medicine, Engineering, Humanities, and Business, to conduct research, develop applications, and teach courses on computational and data-intensive science methods for solving domain-specific problems.
- Applicants should have a PhD (or about to submit) in Computer Science or related area with research and development experience in one or more of the following areas relevant to computational- and data-intensive science: Data Science, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Computational Science, Text Mining, Natural Language Processing, Interactive Visual Analytics, Data Visualization, High Performance Computing and Networking, Scientific Workflows, and Cybersecurity.
- Applicants should have an outstanding research record, an ability to lead a research program involving students and postdocs, and an ability to teach effectively at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Applicants should have poise and good address for meeting and conferring with others.
- Experience working on data-intensive or computational problems in collaboration with a domain-specific area in the natural sciences, social sciences, engineering, humanities, business or other discipline.
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