Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Candidates Sought for Positions in Theoretical Computer Science



The Computer Science and Engineering Division at the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor invites applications for the Patrick C. Fischer Professorship in Theoretical Computer Science, an endowed, tenured position at the level of associate professor or professor. The Division seeks outstanding mid-career candidates with a significant record of research, teaching, and leadership from all areas of theoretical computer science.

The Division also invites applications from outstanding mid-career candidates in theoretical computer science for a half-year visiting position at the associate professor or professor level. Questions should be addressed to Prof. Kevin Compton, kjc at umich.edu. Candidates should submit applications at this link.


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