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Assistant Professor, DePaul University

DePaul University’s School of Computing invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin in September 2020.

Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) - Software Engineering (20-21)

We are interested in candidates with expertise in all areas of software engineering. Candidate with research and teaching interests in mobile and embedded applications, real-time and high-performance applications, safe, reliable, and secure software applications, intelligent and cross-disciplinary software applications are especially encouraged to apply. We seek candidates with a strong commitment to excellence in both teaching and scholarship. The School of Computing is committed to provide a flexible and supportive environment for candidates seeking rewarding academic careers with a balanced emphasis among teaching and research.

DePaul’s School of Computing is a unit of the College of Computing of and Digital Media, an inter-disciplinary college with a broad range of innovative programs including Computer Science, Game Development, Human Computer Interaction, Information Security, Data Science, Software Engineering, and others. Our Master of Science in Software Engineering program is one of the premier software engineering graduate programs in the Midwest. It features concentrations in software development, software architecture, project management, real-time systems, entrepreneurship & technology leadership. We also offer a minor in Software Engineering in our undergraduate program. Located in the heart of Chicago’s central business district, it supports many dynamic, interdisciplinary research groups and offers an opportunity to forge working relationships with industry. The School of Computing includes nearly 70 full-time faculty, more than 3,000 undergraduate majors and graduate students, and offers Bachelor's, Master's, and PhD programs.


Applicants should hold a Ph.D. or equivalent by the date of appointment. ABD’s are welcome to apply.

Application Instructions

Required Documents

  • Cover letter
  • C.V.
  • Teaching statement
  • Research statement
  • Three letters of recommendation

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