Computational Science and Engineering solves real-world problems in science, engineering, health, and social domains, by using high-performance computing, modeling and simulation, and large-scale “big data” analytics. The School of Computational Science and Engineering of the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology seeks tenure-track faculty at all levels. Our school seeks candidates who may specialize in a broad range of application areas including biomedical and health; urban systems and smart cities; social good and sustainable development; materials and manufacturing; and national security. Applicants must have an outstanding record of research, a sincere commitment to teaching, and interest in engaging in substantive interdisciplinary research with collaborators in other disciplines.
Georgia Tech is located in the heart of metro Atlanta, a home to more than 5.3 million people and nearly 150,000 businesses, a world-class airport, lush parks and green spaces, competitive schools and numerous amenities for entertainment, sports and restaurants that all offer a top-tier quality of life. From its diverse economy, global access, abundant talent and low costs of business and lifestyle, metro Atlanta is a great place to call "home." Residents have easy access to arts, culture, sports and nightlife, and can experience all four seasons, with mild winters that rarely require a snow shovel.
For best consideration, applications are due by December 16, 2016. The application material should include a full academic CV, a personal narrative on teaching and research, a list of at least three references and up to three sample publications. Georgia Tech is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications from women and under-represented minorities are strongly encouraged.
For more information about Georgia Tech’s School of Computational Science and Engineering please visit: http://www.cse.gatech.edu/