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Professorships at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano

From: Enrico Franconi <franconi@inf.unibz.it>
Date: Mon, 24 May 2004 20:46:51 +0200
Message-Id: <B836B346-ADB2-11D8-91FF-000A9575BDDE@inf.unibz.it>
To: franconi@acm.org

Faculty Positions in Computer Science
at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano.

The   Faculty  of  Computer   Science  at   the  Free   University  of
Bozen-Bolzano  (Italy)  invites   applications  for  Computer  Science
faculty positions. Positions are at the levels of full, associate, and
assistant professor,  starting academic year  2004/2005. The following
areas of  Computer Science will be  considered: database technologies,
data  mining,  dynamic  information  management,  distributed  system,
foundations   of  databases,   knowledge   representation,  artificial
intelligence, computational logics.

The following candidates may express interest for the positions:

* candidates that  already hold  at a university  outside of  Italy an
   academic  position  equivalent to  the  one  they  are applying  for
   (according to the Italian law about "chiamata diretta");

* candidates that  already hold at  an Italian university  an academic
   position equivalent to  the one they are applying  for (according to
   the Italian law about "chiamata per trasferimento");

* candidates that  have already obtained in an  Italian competition an
   "idoneita'" for the position they are applying for (according to the
   Italian law about "chiamata d'idoneo").

The Free University of Bozen-Bolzano wants to put a strong emphasis on
applied research  in Computer Science and  strengthen the co-operation
with  local,   national  and  international   companies  and  research
institutions. Candidates should have  a strong research background and
a commitment  to teaching excellence,  and they are expected  to teach
both introductory and advanced courses in Computer Science; management
skills and a strong record of project funding from companies and other
organizations are  desirable. The  teaching language for  the Computer
Science  courses is  English. Salary  and support  (including research
assistants and start-up budget)  are negotiable and highly competitive
at the European level.

The Free  University of Bozen-Bolzano was  founded in 1997  as a free,
state-recognized    university.    As   a    central-European,  inter-
nationally-oriented educational establishment  it acts as an important
bridge  between   the  German   and  Italian  cultural   and  economic
spheres. Most of the teaching staff have an international professional
background.   The  Free  University  of Bozen-Bolzano  already  offers
degrees in Economics  and Management, in Education, and  in Design and
Art.   With its  almost 100,000  German-speaking  and Italian-speaking
inhabitants,  Bozen-Bolzano, as the  capital of  the province  of Alto
Adige-South  Tyrol,  is a  multilingual  business  and tourist  centre
located in a beautiful setting in the Dolomite Alps area.

For more information view  the Internet webpage at www.inf.unibz.it or
contact  Dr. Othmar  Karnutsch, Head  of the  Faculty  Secretariat, at
Othmar.Karnutsch@unibz.it  or  0039-0471-016001.  The Faculty  council
will  begin  evaluating applications  as  soon  as  possible and  will
continue  until the  positions are  filled.  Applicants  should submit
their   curriculum    vitae   including   research,    teaching,   and
organizational records,  a cover letter with the  specification of the
position  they   are  applying  for  (assistant,   associate  or  full
professor), and three references (optionally with letters of reference
already included):

Faculty of Computer Science
Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
Dominikanerplatz 3 - Piazza Domenicani, 3
P.O. Box 276, 39100 Bozen-Bolzano, Italy

http://www.inf.unibz.it

Primary consideration will be given to applications received
by July 31, 2004.
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