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Tenure-track Faculty Positions of Computer Science and Engineering

We are looking for outstanding candidates with demonstrated research achievements and keen interest in teaching, in the following areas (but are not restricted to): Data Science Artificial Intelligence Computer Systems (including Networks, Cloud Computing, IoT, Software Engineering, etc.) Cognitive Robotics and Autonomous Systems Cybersecurity (including Cryptography) Applicants should have an earned Ph.D.

The department is expected to grow to 50 tenure track faculty members eventually, in addition to teaching-only professors and research-only professors.

The city is the high-tech and manufacturing hub of southern China, home to the world's third-busiest container port, and the fourth-busiest airport on the Chinese mainland.

As a picturesque coastal city, Shenzhen is also a popular tourist destination and was named one of the world's 31 must-see tourist destinations in 2010 by The New York Times.

More information can be found at http://talent.sustc.edu.cn/en We provide some of the best start-up packages in the sector to our faculty members, including one PhD studentship per year, in addition to a significant amount of start-up funding (which can be used to fund additional PhD students and postdocs, research travels, and research equipments).

Application Procedure To apply, please provide a cover letter identifying the primary area of research, curriculum vitae, and research and teaching statements, and forward them to cshire@sustc.edu.cn.

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list of what courses satisfy what areas is available below.  Any remaining courses will provide a reasonable breadth of background in computer science as well as mastery of the basic tools relevant to the research area selected, and may include research-focused courses such as Special Topic (CS591 or CS791) or Directed Study sections (CS 900+).  Students with prior graduate work may be able to transfer course credits.

Similarly, while not transferring credits, students with prior graduate work or experience may be able to request a waiver of a particular breadth requirement that would be redundant, or substitute a different course in lieu of those listed.

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