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  • Bronius Tamulynas
    Persiunèiu vienà siûlymà dël darbo...... Bronius Dorothean Professor in Computer Science at the University of Vermont
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 11, 2003
      Persiunčiu vieną siūlymą dėl darbo......
      Bronius


      Dorothean Professor in Computer Science at the University of Vermont
      =======================================================

      Please apply by January 20, 2003
      ********************************

      The College of Engineering and Mathematics at the University of
      Vermont invites applications for the Dorothean Professorship (at the
      Full Professor or Associate Professor level) in Computer Science,
      commencing with the 2003-04 academic year. Tenure will be sought at
      time of appointment.

      The University of Vermont, one of the top public national
      universities, is located in Burlington, Vermont. It offers a
      supportive research environment in a relatively small city that
      repeatedly has drawn national attention for offering a high quality of
      life. The greater Burlington area includes 125,000 people, and is
      situated on the shores of Lake Champlain between the Green Mountains
      of Vermont and the Adirondack Mountains of New York. Burlington and
      the surrounding area provide an environment rich in cultural and
      recreational activities. The Department of Computer Science offers
      programs in the College of Engineering and Mathematics and the College
      of Arts and Sciences, as well as a joint program with the School of
      Business Administration.

      Our existing faculty in Computer Science are involved in the forefront
      of research in knowledge and data engineering (such as data mining,
      database systems, pattern recognition, and knowledge-based systems),
      software engineering and verification (including programming
      languages), and computational sciences (including computational
      biology, discrete modeling, and numerical methods). We are seeking to
      complement and further strengthen our existing research and teaching
      activities in these areas. Candidates in these areas are most sought,
      and candidates in any other area of computer science will also be
      considered seriously.

      Candidates should have a distinguished research record, hold a
      doctorate in Computer Science or a closely related field, and have
      broad teaching abilities and interests. The successful applicant is
      expected to (1) play a major role in departmental research initiatives
      and the graduate program coordination, (2) strengthen and build
      interdisciplinary bridges between the Department of Computer Science
      and other departments within the University, and (3) take an active
      role in teaching computer science courses.

      Please send a letter of interest, a curriculum vitae, a statement of
      teaching experience and interests, a statement of research interests
      and aspirations to, and arrange for at least three letters of
      reference to be sent to

      Chair, Dorothean Professor Search Committee,
      Department of Computer Science,
      University of Vermont,
      Burlington, VT 05405.

      Complete applications received by January 20, 2003 will be fully
      considered. For more information about the Department and the College
      please see http://www.cs.uvm.edu or email to cssearch@....

      The University of Vermont is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
      employer and encourages applications from women and members of
      minority groups.
    • Andrius Kulikauskas
      Broniau, Aèiû uþ informacijà apie ðá darbà! Ið tiesø ieðkau ávairiausiø darbø, gal ir kiti mûsø tarpe, kvieèiu atsiliepti. Man asmeniðkai
      Message 2 of 2 , Jan 11, 2003
        Broniau,

        Ačiū už informaciją apie šį darbą! Iš tiesų ieškau įvairiausių darbų,
        gal ir kiti mūsų tarpe, kviečiu atsiliepti.

        Man asmeniškai nelabai apsimoka siekti akademinio darbo dėl įvairių
        priežasčių. Svarbiausia, jie ieško žmogaus kuris galėtų ten dirbti
        daugelį metų, gal net visą savo amžių. Konkurencija į tokius darbus yra
        didelė. Pavyzdžiui, JAV-ėse kasmet daktaro laipsnį iš matematikos gauna
        koks tūkstantis žmonių. Kiekvienas iš jų išsiunčia savo CV ir papildomą
        informaciją į kokį šimtą universitetų. Panašiai, kiekvieno tokio darbo
        siekia koks šimtas specialistų. O aš esu žmogus gyvenantis ne pagal
        sistemą, tad į mane rimtai net nepažiūrės, neturiu tam reikalingų
        duomenų - straipsnių, stažo ir t.t. Tačiau mūsų tarpe gal yra ir labai
        tinkančių.

        Galvoju apie save. Geriausia man būtų ieškoti tokio darbo, kad
        nereikėtų įsipareigoti daugiau kaip porai metų.

        Kalbėjau su Ernestu, kuris kadaise buvo aktyvus Atžalyne. Jis siūlė
        nueiti į darbo biržą Šiaurės Miestelyje. Sakė, kad Europoje bene
        geriausiai apmokami darbai Norvegijoje, toliau Švedijoje, Anglijoje,
        Vokietijoje. Dėkoju, kas žino kur ieškoti programavimo darbų. (Ačiū,
        Algi!)

        Andrius

        Andrius Kulikauskas
        Minčių sodas
        http://www.ms.lt/lt/
        ms@...

        Bronius Tamulynas wrote:

        > Persiunčiu vieną siūlymą dėl darbo......
        > Bronius
        >
        >
        > Dorothean Professor in Computer Science at the University of Vermont
        > =======================================================
        >
        > Please apply by January 20, 2003
        > ********************************
        >
        > The College of Engineering and Mathematics at the University of
        > Vermont invites applications for the Dorothean Professorship (at the
        > Full Professor or Associate Professor level) in Computer Science,
        > commencing with the 2003-04 academic year. Tenure will be sought at
        > time of appointment.
        >
        > The University of Vermont, one of the top public national
        > universities, is located in Burlington, Vermont. It offers a
        > supportive research environment in a relatively small city that
        > repeatedly has drawn national attention for offering a high quality of
        > life. The greater Burlington area includes 125,000 people, and is
        > situated on the shores of Lake Champlain between the Green Mountains
        > of Vermont and the Adirondack Mountains of New York. Burlington and
        > the surrounding area provide an environment rich in cultural and
        > recreational activities. The Department of Computer Science offers
        > programs in the College of Engineering and Mathematics and the College
        > of Arts and Sciences, as well as a joint program with the School of
        > Business Administration.
        >
        > Our existing faculty in Computer Science are involved in the forefront
        > of research in knowledge and data engineering (such as data mining,
        > database systems, pattern recognition, and knowledge-based systems),
        > software engineering and verification (including programming
        > languages), and computational sciences (including computational
        > biology, discrete modeling, and numerical methods). We are seeking to
        > complement and further strengthen our existing research and teaching
        > activities in these areas. Candidates in these areas are most sought,
        > and candidates in any other area of computer science will also be
        > considered seriously.
        >
        > Candidates should have a distinguished research record, hold a
        > doctorate in Computer Science or a closely related field, and have
        > broad teaching abilities and interests. The successful applicant is
        > expected to (1) play a major role in departmental research initiatives
        > and the graduate program coordination, (2) strengthen and build
        > interdisciplinary bridges between the Department of Computer Science
        > and other departments within the University, and (3) take an active
        > role in teaching computer science courses.
        >
        > Please send a letter of interest, a curriculum vitae, a statement of
        > teaching experience and interests, a statement of research interests
        > and aspirations to, and arrange for at least three letters of
        > reference to be sent to
        >
        > Chair, Dorothean Professor Search Committee,
        > Department of Computer Science,
        > University of Vermont,
        > Burlington, VT 05405.
        >
        > Complete applications received by January 20, 2003 will be fully
        > considered. For more information about the Department and the College
        > please see http://www.cs.uvm.edu or email to cssearch@....
        >
        > The University of Vermont is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
        > employer and encourages applications from women and members of
        > minority groups.
        >
        >
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