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INI Teaching Track and Non-Tenure Track Faculty Positions 2021-22 Carnegie Mellon University: College of Engineering: Information Networking Institute (INI) Description The Information Networking Institute (INI) at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) is soliciting applications for faculty at all levels for CMU's main campus in Pittsburgh, PA, and Silicon Valley campus in Mountain View, CA. We are primarily seeking teaching track faculty candidates, however there are opportunities for special track faculty and/or research track faculty jointly with other departments at Carnegie Mellon. The INI offers graduate degree programs in information networking, information security and mobile and IoT engineering at CMU's Pittsburgh and Silicon Valley campuses. Our department was founded in 1989 in response to a demand from industry for professionals skilled in both computer science and communications. What began as a small fledgling program has evolved over the past three decades to become an integral academic unit of CMU's College of Engineering (a Top Five engineering school as ranked by U.S. News and World Report) and home to a diverse community of more than 300 students each year from across the world. Given the interdisciplinary nature of our programs, INI students have the unprecedented flexibility to take courses across disciplinary boundaries, such as: computer science, engineering, public policy, management, machine learning and human-computer interaction, among others. The INI Faculty Experience We are seeking faculty candidates in our core technical areas of networking, security and mobile and IoT engineering, including but not limited to: mobile computing, embedded systems, Internet of Things technologies, telecommunications, data analytics and machine learning, information security, software security, network security and cyber operations. Outstanding candidates in other areas related to networking, security and mobile and IoT engineering are encouraged to apply. Teaching faculty play a vital role in advancing the INI's educational mission; we value candidates who are dedicated to enhancing student learning and demonstrate a passion for teaching a diverse student population. From our uniquely interdisciplinary program structure and applied
INI Teaching Track and Non-Tenure Track Faculty Positions 2021-22 Carnegie Mellon University: College of Engineering: Information Networking Institute (INI) Description The Information Networking Institute (INI) at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) is soliciting applications for faculty at all levels for CMU's main campus in Pittsburgh, PA, and Silicon Valley campus in Mountain View, CA. We are primarily seeking teaching track faculty candidates, however there are opportunities for special track faculty and/or research track faculty jointly with other departments at Carnegie Mellon. The INI offers graduate degree programs in information networking, information security and mobile and IoT engineering at CMU's Pittsburgh and Silicon Valley campuses. Our department was founded in 1989 in response to a demand from industry for professionals skilled in both computer science and communications. What began as a small fledgling program has evolved over the past three decades to become an integral academic unit of CMU's College of Engineering (a Top Five engineering school as ranked by U.S. News and World Report) and home to a diverse community of more than 300 students each year from across the world. Given the interdisciplinary nature of our programs, INI students have the unprecedented flexibility to take courses across disciplinary boundaries, such as: computer science, engineering, public policy, management, machine learning and human-computer interaction, among others. The INI Faculty Experience We are seeking faculty candidates in our core technical areas of networking, security and mobile and IoT engineering, including but not limited to: mobile computing, embedded systems, Internet of Things technologies, telecommunications, data analytics and machine learning, information security, software security, network security and cyber operations. Outstanding candidates in other areas related to networking, security and mobile and IoT engineering are encouraged to apply. Teaching faculty play a vital role in advancing the INI's educational mission; we value candidates who are dedicated to enhancing student learning and demonstrate a passion for teaching a diverse student population. From our uniquely interdisciplinary program structure and applied
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