job for video game researchers
- Since I saw a lot of CBR for gaming research at the conference, I
thought I'd pass on this job posting I found:
University of California, Santa Cruz
Computer Science Department
The UCSC Computer Science Department welcomes
outstanding applicants for the following tenure-track
faculty position within the Baskin School of Engineering:
Interests: Outstanding applicants in Computer Science,
preference for Science, Design and Engineering of
Position # 582-06
The department has strong graduate M.S. and Ph.D.
programs, as well as established B.A. and B.S.
undergraduate programs, and a new B.A. track focused on
games titled Interactive Game Engineering. Excellent
computing facilities and state-of-the-art laboratories
in the new Engineering 2 building, support research and
UCSC is close to Silicon Valley and has strong ties
with many of the high technology companies in the area.
Faculty salaries are competitive and opportunities for
consulting are extensive.
Visit www.soe.ucsc.edu/jobs/cs for detailed job
description and application instructions.
Application Materials Required: curriculum vitae,
statement of research plans, statement of teaching
interests, URLs of selected reprints, and ensure that
at least three confidential letters of recommendation
are sent directly to the search committee. Please refer
to the position number in correspondence and materials.
Full consideration for applications arriving by January
UCSC is an EEO/AA/IRCA employer