Closing: May 20, 2020

The Positions

The Department of Computer Science (DCC) is offering two full-time
permanent positions to carry out research and teaching at both
undergraduate and graduate level. As assistant professors in tenure-track
positions, the candidates are expected to develop a strong and competitive
research program. The call (in Spanish) can be found at the following URL:

The Candidates

Candidates should be pursuing internationally recognized research in one of
the following research areas:

•    Applied Computing for Physical Sciences and Engineering
•    Computational Intelligence
•    Computer Systems
•    Data Science
•    Human-Centered Computing
•    Information and Communication Technologies
•    Programming Languages
•    Software Engineering
•    Theoretical Computer Science

The successful candidates are expected to complement the existing strengths
of the department and its current activities. The candidates must hold a
Ph.D. degree. The candidates must have demonstrated excellence in research
and scholarship within the field of interest.

Successful candidates will be expected to:

•    move to Santiago, Chile (if currently living elsewhere)
•    establish and lead their own research team
•    deliver innovative research at the highest international standard
•    deliver high quality teaching
•    supervise undergraduate, master and PhD students
•    obtain competitive research funding from external funding bodies
•    write and speak English fluently
•    obtain a good command of Spanish within 1 year of appointment

The Department of Computer Science (DCC)

The DCC is the leading Computer Science Department in Chile, and one of the
most prominent in Latin America. It pioneered the use of Unix and the
adoption of the Internet in Chile. Today it has 20 full-time professors, 7
of which come from Argentina, Uruguay, France, and Ireland. They carry out
research at the highest level, publishing over 100 articles per year in
international conferences and journals. The department is responsible for
teaching Computer Science, with about 400 undergraduate, 60 MSc and 40 PhD
students majoring in Computer Science.

Further information can be requested to Prof. Claudio Gutierrez (
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