Free open Job in North, South & Central America Tenure-track positions in Information Sciences at University of Wisconsin
The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Information School seeks highly qualified candidates for three tenure-track positions in information sciences, but special priority will be given to the areas listed below. These faculty positions will be academic nine-month, tenure-track appointments at the Assistant Professor level, to start August 2020. Applications at the Associate Professor level may be considered in exceptional cases.
Target areas include:
- Human and social factors of data science, machine learning, AI.
- Interactive information retrieval including text retrieval and data mining of text or multimedia
- Digital archives including electronic records, digital preservation and records in cloud based systems
- Scientometrics including webometrics and bibliometrics
For more information, please visit: https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/job/503034/professor-information-school
The Information School is a partner in the new School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences at UW-Madison. Candidates with interdisciplinary projects and/or a willingness to work across boundaries with academic partners in computer science, statistics, communications, bioinformatics and other units are encouraged.
University of Wisconsin-Madison
The University of Wisconsin-Madison ranks among the top universities in the country in research expenditures and provides excellent support for faculty seeking external funding. Internal research support is available from funds provided by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation. Madison is a pleasant medium-sized city (about 250,000 population) located in the lake region of southern Wisconsin. It is the state capital with a large base for educational research and government activities as well as university-industry interaction. The university and community offer outstanding intellectual, cultural and recreational activities. Madison’s quality of life always ranks very high among cities of comparable size as a place to work and live.
Should you have any questions, please contact:
Administrator/UW-Madison Information School
608-263-2908 | firstname.lastname@example.org