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If you received your Ph.D. within the past five years and have a track record of demonstrated excellence in research, then we invite you to apply for ADSC's full-time positions in Singapore. You will conduct research in collaboration with University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign faculty and ADSC colleagues. You will be offered an adjunct appointment in the Coordinated Science Laboratory at Illinois, and will spend time on the Illinois campus to foster direct interaction with Illinois colleagues. While you build an excellent research record, you will also develop your leadership skills by working to define and guide projects and by supervising graduate and undergraduate students. Throughout the process, ADSC's comprehensive mentoring will ensure that you stay on track to achieve your long-term career goals in industry or academia.
Positions are available immediately and will remain open until filled. Interested candidates should submit a curriculum vitae, cover letter, and three letters of recommendation. Please apply using the "ADSC Research Job Search" on-line application available at http://my.engr.illinois.edu/apply.
We are currently seeking staff for the following research:
The expertise that we seek will change as we define new projects; thus, we encourage you to apply even if your specialty falls outside the areas listed above.
ADSC offers competitive salaries and benefits, including a generous start-up package for travel and research expenses, and a family travel and relocation allowance for moving to Singapore. Start dates are flexible. We consider applications on a rolling basis once they are complete (including a minimum of two reference letters for younger researchers), and as new projects are defined.
Submit your application via the on-line application system at https://my.engr.illinois.edu/apply. Please direct your questions about ADSC or the application process to adscjobsearchillinois [dot] edu.
We invite applications for multiple software engineer positions in the areas of networking, vision, web data mining, and FPGA programming. The successful candidate should (i) have an undergraduate or Master's degree in computer science, computer engineering, or related areas; (ii) be strong in programming and software design and development; and (iii) have good communication skills in English. He/she will work closely with a team of systems researchers (computer science and engineering faculty, research scientists, and graduate students), and will lead the implementation of prototype systems that demonstrate practical research ideas. Recent top graduates of Bachelor's or Master's degree programs in relevant areas, who are strong in systems building and considering future Ph.D. studies in experimental computer science and engineering, are encouraged to apply. Some projects also hire engineers who are more theoretically inclined. Software engineers at ADSC have the unique opportunity to participate in cutting-edge experimental research and build strong credentials for future applications to top graduate programs worldwide. Some of ADSC's engineers are concurrently enrolled in graduate programs at the National University of Singapore or Nanyang Technological University.
Desirable qualifications are specific to areas. They include:
If interested, please submit your application via the on-line application system at https://my.engr.illinois.edu/apply.
If your interests closely match one of ADSC's current or anticipated research projects, then a sabbatical or leave of absence at ADSC may provide a dynamic environment in which you can develop new collaborations. Contact adscjobsearchillinois [dot] edu with a summary of your proposed collaboration.
The Advanced Digital Sciences Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes individuals with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and ideas who embrace and value diversity and inclusivity.