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The School of Computer and Communication Sciences (IC) at EPFL invites
applications for faculty positions in computer and communication sciences.
We are seeking candidates for tenure-track assistant professor as well as
for senior positions.

Successful candidates will develop an independent and creative research
program, participate in both undergraduate and graduate teaching, and
supervise PhD students.

The school is seeking candidates in the fields of: 1) Machine Learning and
Data Science – including applications in bioinformatics, natural language
processing, and speech recognition; 2) Verification and Formal Methods; 3)
Systems; 4) CS Education and Learning Analytics. Candidates in other areas
are also encouraged to apply and will be considered.

EPFL offers internationally competitive salaries, generous research
support, significant start-up resources, and outstanding research
infrastructure. Academics in Switzerland enjoy many research funding
opportunities, as well as an exceptionally high living standard.

To apply, please follow the application procedure at

The following documents are requested in PDF format: cover letter,
curriculum vitae including publication list, brief statements of research
and teaching interests, and contact information (name, postal address, and
email) of 3 references for junior positions or 5 for senior positions.
Screening will start on December 1, 2018. Further questions can be
addressed to:

Profs.  Rüdiger Urbanke and George Candea
Co-Chairs of the Recruiting Committee
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For additional information on EPFL and IC, please consult: and

EPFL is an equal opportunity employer and family friendly university. It is
committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty. It strongly
encourages women to apply.

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