Posted by: jonkatz | August 2, 2010

Rutgers is hiring in crypto

I received the following announcement by email today, but otherwise know nothing else about it:

Tenure-Track Position — Rutgers University

The Department of Computer Science at Rutgers University invites
applications for faculty positions at all ranks, with appointments
starting in September 2011. The search focuses on theoretical and
applied cryptography, although all candidates whose research deals
with security will be considered.

Applicants for this position must have completed or be in the process
of completing a dissertation in Computer Science or a closely related
field, and should show evidence of exceptional research promise,
potential for developing an externally funded research program, and
commitment to quality advising and teaching at the graduate and
undergraduate levels. Candidates are expected to have defended their
PhD by the start of the fall semester.

Applicants should go to (URL to be supplied later) to apply.
Required materials are a curriculum vitae, a research statement
addressing both past work and future plans, a teaching statement, and
three references.

Applications should be received by November 15, 2010 for full consideration.

Rutgers values academic diversity and encourages applications from
individuals with a variety of experiences, perspectives, and
backgrounds. Females, minorities, dual-career couples, and persons
with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Rutgers is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.



  1. “Applicants should go to (URL to be supplied later)” …

    This is very helpful in finding the job on the Rutgers University web site which has almost infinitely many places to search (for faculty positions, you have to scroll through the list of faculties and try all that seem appropriate, where IT does not work… )


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