The Faculty of Engineering is seeking several faculty posts at Professor / Associate Professor / Assistant Professor levels with prospect for substantiation. The professors will play a significant role in the Cyber Security Center, which will be established by the Faculty of Engineering.
Cyber security is identified as one of the Faculty¡¦s strategic research areas, to be developed by both the Department of Computer Science & Engineering and Department of Information Engineering. Talented candidates are sought to complement existing efforts and create new synergies. Candidates in the following areas are encouraged to apply: - cryptography and computational theory in security - network, system and software security - data security and privacy - computer forensic - hardware and IoT security
Applicants should have a relevant PhD degree and a good scholarly record demonstrating potential for teaching and research excellence.
Appointments will normally be made on contract basis for up to three years initially commencing August 2017, which, subject to performance and mutual agreement, may lead to longer-term appointment or substantiation later. The exact start date can be worked out with the successful applicants.
Applications will be accepted until the posts are filled.
Application Procedure Applicants please upload the full resume with a cover letter, copies of academic credentials, publication list with abstracts of selected published papers, a research plan, a teaching statement, together with names and e-mails addresses of three to five referees to whom the applicant's consent has been given for their providing reference (unless otherwise specified).
The University only accepts and considers applications submitted online for the posts above. For more information and to apply online, please visit http://career.cuhk.edu.hk.
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