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Date: Sun, 9 Jan 1994 13:00:00 GMT
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From: (G. R. Dattatreya)
Subject: Faculty Position Available
Date: Mon, 3 Jan 1994 16:31:37 -0600
Organization: Univ. of Texas at Dallas


The Computer Science Program invites applications for junior
tenure-track faculty positions (visiting positions may also be
available). The Ph.D. in Computer Science or equivalent is required.
Applicants should demonstrate promise of future research activity.
Responsibilities include research, teaching and direction of Ph.D.
dissertations. Applicants in Software Engineering area are the most
desired; exceptional candidates in Distributed Databases and Computer
Networks will also be considered.

The University is located in the most attractive suburbs of the
Dallas metropolitan area where many high technology industries are
located. Opportunities for University-Industry joint research
projects and consulting are excellent. The Program expects to
continue its growth into a major center for computer science research
and teaching.

Each Computer Science faculty member has a SUN Sparcstation IPC for
research and the department has a 64 processor NCube to suport
research in parallel computing. In addition, the depatment has
several laboratories housing a variety of SUN Sparcstations serving
Computer Vision and Artificial Intelligence research needs. Network
file servers and compute servers dedicated to the department include
two Sparc 10/41 computers each having 5GB of high speed disk storage.
A SUN Sparc 2 with 64MB of main memory handles instructional
computing requirements of the department. The University's Academic
Computing Center maintains two SUN Sparc 10/51 computer servers with
160MB and 80MB of main memory, which pro- vide main frame computing
needs for the university. A Convex C3220 super-computer is available
on campus for high performance computing. In addition, a CRAY YMP is
also available by remote access to the UT-System high performance
computing facility in Austin. Research on Computer Graphics and its
applications is supported by a Silicon Graphics Workstation with
software packages that include BIOSYM and POLYGEN. All machines on
the campus are connected via Ethernet and all have access to
Internet. Students and faculty can access any of these facilities
via dial-in lines.

Currently, the Computer Science faculty numbers thirteen and has good
growth potential. Applicants will have an opportunity to influence
the direction of growth of the Program. For more information
concerning the future plans of the Computer Science Program and UTD
in general, please contact Dr. G. R. Dattatreya, Chairman of the
Search Committee at 214-690-2189 or 214-690-2808; email;

Indication of sex and ethnicity for affirmative action statistical
purposes is requested, but not required. A resume with a list of at
least three references, should be sent by March 15, 1994, to:

Academic Search #715
The University of Texas at Dallas
P.O. Box 830688; M/S AD 2.3
Richardson, TX 75083-0688

The University of Texas at Dallas is an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity Employer.

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