Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty Positions

Open Tenure-Track Faculty Positions, Race and Health Equity

As part of the Race and Health Equity research area of the RAISE initiative, the Department of Computer Science & Engineering (https://cse.osu.edu) at The Ohio State University invites applications for tenure-track faculty appointments. We seek scholars who aim to improve health equity through understanding and reduction of the impact of the Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) on vulnerable and disenfranchised communities. Successful applicants should hold or be completing a Ph.D. in computer science, computer engineering, or a closely related field, with primary research interests in data science/analytics and AI and specifically machine learning. Candidates with interests and experience with developing solutions to address SDOH will be preferred.  However, all applicants with demonstratable record of achievement in developing AI/ML methods and cyberinfrastructure for large scale studies in the social sciences are welcome to apply. These scholars will be expected to work with others closely and hence should have demonstrable record of interdisciplinary collaborations. Additional details and application instructions are available at https://go.osu.edu/cse-race-and-health-equity

Open Tenure-Track Faculty Positions, Equity by Design

The Departments of Computer Science & Engineering (https://cse.osu.edu) and Electrical & Computer Engineering (https://ece.osu.edu) at The Ohio State University invite applications for tenure-track faculty appointments. Three positions are anticipated, with two at the assistant professor rank (one in each department) and one joint appointment at an open rank. These positions are part of the university’s RAISE Initiative (Race, Inclusion, and Social Equity).  Research focus is expected to address bias and inequity in engineering design, as manifested in areas such as, but not limited to, artificial intelligence, machine learning, human-centric computing, robotics, circuits, electronic/photonics devices, feedback control, and technology for social justice. One particular area of interest is the co-design of hardware and software to remove inequity in devices and systems operation.  Additional details and application instructions are available at https://go.osu.edu/cse-ece-equity-by-design

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