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Tenure-track faculty positions in Musical Informatics

Deadline: 01 Jan 2004
Requirement: Doctorate
Employer: Indiana University Bloomington
Contact: Eric J. Isaacson / Associate Professor and Chair of Music Theory / Adjunct Associate Professor of Informatics / Indiana University, Bloomington / isaacso@indiana.edu / (812) 855-0296 / http://theory.music.indiana.edu/isaacso
Bloomington -- IN
http://www.informatics.indiana.edu/positions/faculty/

Job Description:
Tenure-track positions at all ranks are available in Music Informatics (a part of the Human-Computer Interaction Design Program). Applications from candidates with expertise in areas such as representation, classification, search and retrieval, databases and data mining, formal models, music recognition, music digital libraries and indexing and metadata are welcome. Formal training in music is strongly desired. In addition to courses directly related to the candidate's research expertise, candidates who can teach core areas of the informatics curriculum are preferred. Senior candidates should have a strong record of funding.

To apply:
Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, a statement of research and teaching emphasizing informatics, and the names of three references (six for associate and full professors) online at http://www.informatics.indiana.edu/positions/faculty. Review of applications will begin immediately; the search will remain open until the positions are filled.

Additional information (Any details or additional information that might help prospective applicants for this job):

We especially encourage applications from small research teams who wish to collaborate with one another at IU in the School of Informatics. The School of Informatics is one of the most important academic initiatives at Indiana University in the past 30 years. Informatics is the study of information and information technology in its applied and social contexts. The State of Indiana has committed new base funding that will allow the School to hire in excess of 30 new faculty at the Bloomington campus over the next few years.

The School has strong ties to domain areas including Music, Education, Computer Science, Cognitive Science, and the Physical and Natural Sciences; joint appointments are possible. We have excellent work conditions including low teaching loads, attractive salaries, and world-class computing and library facilities, including the Variations2 Digital Music Library. Located on the rolling wooded hills of southern Indiana, Bloomington is a culturally thriving college town with moderate cost of living.


 
 
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