Assistant Professor Positions in Learning / Optimization / Medical / Vision – Ecole Centrale de Paris / INRIA
École Centrale Paris,
http://www.ecp.fr / http://www.inria.fr,
INRIA Saclay, IDF,
The Department of Applied Mathematics at Ecole Centrale Paris and the
INRIA Saclay, Ile-de-France Research Center invite applications for
several research faculty positions at the level of assistant professor.
These are five-year fixed term appointments with possible renewal. We
give higher priority to the overall originality and promise of the
We are seeking applicants in the areas of machine learning, optimization
(with emphasis eventually on discrete methods). We are also interested
in applicants doing research at the Frontiers of Computer Science,
Applied Mathematics and Bioengineering with emphasis on computational
vision, biomedical imaging and human-computer interaction.
Applicants must have completed (or be completing) a Ph.D. in the above
mentioned fields, must have demonstrated the ability to pursue a
cutting-edge program of research, and expected to (minimally) contribute
to graduate (and undergraduate) teaching in their Respective research areas.
How to apply:
Applications should include a curriculum vita, brief statements of
research and teaching interests (three pages), and the names of at least
three references. Candidates are requested to ask References to send
their letters directly to the search committee.
Applications and letters should be sent to: Search Committee Chairs, via
electronic mail to:
o Prof. Nikos Paragios, email@example.com
o Prof. Lionel Gabet, firstname.lastname@example.org
École Centrale Paris is one of the top three engineering schools in
France, part of the elite of “Grande Écoles” offering access to
excellent quality graduate and under-graduate students while INRIA is
one of the most reputable research institutes world wide. These
positions offer full health, unemployment and retirement benefits and
highly competitive salaries.
The review of applications will begin on April 1, 2011, and applicants
are strongly encouraged to submit applications by that date; however,
applications will continue to be accepted at least until May 1, 2011.