Chair position opening

danny chen dchen at
Thu Sep 9 16:56:18 PDT 1999

          Chair of Computer Science & Engineering

    The University of Notre Dame invites applications and 
nominations for the position of Department Chair and 
Schubmehl/Prein Chair of Computer Science & Engineering in the 
College of Engineering, effective August 22, 2000.

    The CSE Department provides a center of scholarship in the 
areas of information and computing technologies.  We see a 
continuing need for education and discovery in these fields to 
meet the demands of an expanding world population in areas such as 
medicine, food production, shelter, transportation, communication 
and commerce.

    The University of Notre Dame undergraduate program 
consistently ranks in the top 20 among national universities. The 
CSE Department, established in 1990, conducts undergraduate degree 
programs in Computer Engineering and in Computer Science, and a 
graduate program leading to the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees.  A full-
time faculty of 14, with scheduled growth to 18, develops 
curricula and directs research for multi-disciplinary 
collaborative programs in information technology, with particular 
focus on parallel distributed systems for high-performance 
computing, and the interactions among hardware, software, 
algorithms and VLSI technology.  Strong research programs achieve 
national recognition for technical contributions and growth.

    The chair has a unique opportunity with support from a new 
Dean of Engineering to substantially advance the role of computing 
and information technologies within the University.  Candidates 
must be eligible for appointment as a tenured full professor, and 
have appreciation, breadth and involvement in the range of 
disciplines embodying departmental growth.  The chair must share 
the Department's vision for academic excellence and foster 
productive academic relationships with other departments, 
especially in the College of Engineering.  The chair must have a 
personal research program with demonstrated experience in 
establishing standards for graduate scholarship  and forming 
active relationships with industry, government agencies, and other 

    For further information, visit our web site at

    Applicants should send a complete resume with names of five 
references to:

Prof. Eugene W. Henry
CSE Chair Search Committee
384 Fitzpatrick Hall
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556

Phone: 219-631-6408, FAX: 219-631-9260
E-mail: ewh at

The University of Notre Dame is an equal opportunity, affirmative 
action employer.

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