Université de Liège, Belgium
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (Institut Montefiore)
The department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at ULg
invites applications for three full-time faculty positions in Computer Science:
• Algorithms for large-scale systems (distributed systems, large-scale data mining, information networks, communication networks, …)
• Algorithms for systems in interaction with their physical environment (computer vision, multimedia signal analysis, sensor and actuator networks, fusion of physical and heterogenous data, autonomous systems, intelligent systems, …)
• Distributed computer systems and security (data security management, cryptography, cybersecurity, computer networks and distributed computing security, …)
Applicants should demonstrate a strong commitment to research and teaching. They should have a doctoral degree, a high-level research experience in at least one of the targeted areas, and a recognized scientific publication record. Appointment level will depend on the candidates and their records of accomplishment. Applicants should be able to teach in English but are also expected to teach in French, possibly after a transition period.
Founded in 1817, the Université de Liège offers a complete range of university courses at undergraduate and post-graduate levels. It is divided into nine faculties and schools: Philosophy and Letters; Law and School of Criminology; Sciences; Medicine; Applied Sciences; Veterinary Medicine; Psychology and Educational Sciences; HEC Management School-ULg; and the Institute for Human and Social Sciences.
Within the Faculté des Sciences appliquées (school of engineering), the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science offers several programs to undergraduate and graduate students. Teaching and research areas include electrical engineering, computer science and biomedical engineering. The department has a strong tradition of excellence and is committed to offer an international and attractive environment for research and teaching.
Further information about the positions can be obtained from
Professor Rodolphe Sepulchre, Email: r.sepulchre(at)ulg.ac.be
For fullest consideration, applications should be sent by March 31st, 2011. However, the positions will remain open until filled. Applicants are invited to follow the application procedure described at