The Department of Computer Science at Georgetown University welcomes applications for tenure-track positions at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank. We are a rapidly growing department in a top-ranked university in Washington, DC with a wide variety of cultural opportunities as well as access to funding agencies. We are committed to building a diverse intellectual community and strongly encourage applications from those from underrepresented backgrounds.
Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Computer Science or a related area, and must show a promise of excellence in research as well as teaching. For full consideration, applications should be submitted by December 15, 2019.
- Candidates with a strong record of research in the area of security, cryptography, or privacy may apply at https://georgetown.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Georgetown_Faculty/job/Main-Campus/Assistant-or-Associate-Professor–Security–Cryptography–or-Privacy—-Department-of-Computer-Science_JR07805
- Candidates with research interests that will complement and bridge with one of our core areas of data-centric computing, security and privacy, and theory should apply at https://georgetown.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Georgetown_Faculty/job/Main-Campus/Assistant-or-Associate-Professor–General—-Department-of-Computer-Science_JR07803. In particular, candidates with a strong record of research in machine learning and AI, programming languages, systems, software engineering, or human-computer interaction are encouraged to apply.
Georgetown University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer fully dedicated to achieving a diverse faculty and staff.
The Programmer/Software Developer helps the department to develop cutting-edge network simulation/emulation software. S/he will be responsible for the implementation, documentation, and testing of software to support research into privacy-enhancing technologies. In particular, the incumbent will be contributing to software that constructs large, realistic, and high fidelity simulations of anonymous networks, allowing other researchers to run existing software on top of a virtualized network. As such, the programmer should be comfortable working with established codebases (github.com/shadow (new window)) and incrementally improving them through modular design. Reporting to the Principal Investigator with responsibility for this project and working closely and collaboratively with graduate students working on the project – namely, the Tor Project and the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory.