AI Job Opportunities
Ghent university offers a tenure track assistant professor position in one of three fields — one of them being artificial intelligence. The successful candidate will have the possibility to build his own research group, but also to cooperate with other researchers in AI and several fields of application at Ghent University.
Details about the position and how to apply can be found on the website cited in the "contact instructions" part. Ghent university is constantly among the top 100 universities in the Shanghai academic ranking.
Details about the wonderful city you would work in can be found at visit.gent.be
Salary and Terms: Depending on qualification and experience
University Website: www.ugent.be/en
10 Crichton Street
United Kingdom EH8 9AB
Submitted February 25, 2016
Principal Software Systems Engineer
Biocomplexity Institute of Virginia Tech
The Biocomplexity Institute of Virginia Tech (BI) welcomes applications and nominations for the position of Principal Software Systems Engineer (PSSE) for its Network Dynamics and Simulation Science Laboratory (NDSSL). This is an exceptional opportunity for a scientist with a data-centric computing background and experience in leading software development teams. BI offers a unique high performance computing (HPC) environment, notably NDSSL has applications which run at peta-scale levels. The PSSE will work with software developers in the creation of HPC-based solutions in a team science, problem-driven research environment. Reporting to the director of NDSSL as a senior scientist and research faculty member, the PSSE coordinates the integration of software development projects across all labs and works with the director of BI's computational core on other hardware and software initiatives.
Founded in 2000 as the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute, BI was renamed in 2015, signaling the new direction of its work understanding how massive systems behave in real time. Today, the Institute's research integrates disciplines from molecular science to policy analysis to address pressing challenges to human health, habitat, and well-being. The Institute serves strategic partners and sponsors in science, government, and business through the work of its 245 faculty, staff, and students.
BI seeks a collaborative leader who brings coding expertise and a comfort across the entire range of data-centric computing and analytics activity. The successful candidate will be an experienced delivery-oriented scientist with strong technical and managerial skills and the ability to work with a wide range of constituents.
Salary and Terms: DOE
Company Website: www.imsearch.com/5710
The executive search firm Isaacson, Miller has been retained to assist
the University in this recruitment. All inquiries, nominations, and
applications should be directed to:
Greg Esposito, Managing Associate
Gregory Gallagher, Associate
263 Summer Street
Boston, MA 02210
Submitted February 11, 2016
Artificial Intelligence Instructor
Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes
The Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes seeks advanced graduate students, post-doctoral scholars, or industry professionals to teach three-week courses in Artificial Intelligence to academically talented high school students ages 15-17 at Stanford University in Summer 2016.
Session 1: June 19 - July 8, 2016
Session 2: July 11 - 30, 2016
The Summer Institutes are academic residential programs offering high school students advanced-level academic study in a single intensive course. Admission into the program is competitive.
Instructors are supported by teaching assistants. Each day consists of 2-1/2 hours of morning class time led by the Instructor, plus a 3-hour afternoon period for individual and small group work dedicated to assignments, lab work, and projects led by TAs. This is an ideal opportunity for those who enjoy working with bright, motivated students and are interested in developing or furthering their teaching experience.
Summer Institutes instructors have the unique opportunity to develop their own courses. Courses are intended for academic enrichment and are taken without credit so there are no curriculum requirements. Instructors may teach one or more sessions depending on availability and program needs.
Salary and Terms: Starting at $4800 for each three-week course, depending on teaching experience.
Visit https://precollegiate.stanford.edu/summer/employmentapp.html to submit an online application. Be ready to upload a current CV or resume. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. Those not in the Bay Area may be interviewed via Skype. A successful Live Scan background check is required for all instructional positions. Note: SPCS does not sponsor visas for this contingent position.Christine Parker
Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes
220 Panama Street