Candidates for Academic Positions

The Faculty of Computer Science at the Technion invites applications for tenure-track faculty positions. Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit applications in October, typically about one year before the expected appointment.

Applications should include:

  1. PDF file #1: Curriculum vitae and list of publications.
  2. PDF file #2: Research statement (description of research interests, past and current research, and future goals).
  3. PDF file #3: Teaching statement, including specific courses/topics the candidate can teach: fundamental (required) CS courses, as well as courses in the candidate's research area and other courses.
  4. Text or PDF file #4: Name, title, address, email and web page of at least four references.

Contact:

Applications should be sent to Ms. Sigal Zemach (sigalcs.technion.ac.il), with cc to the dean (Prof. Irad Yavneh, deancs.technion.ac.il)

Remarks:

  1. Please note that all reference letters are to be solicited by the Technion. Do not ask recommenders to send reference letters.
  2. Please mention your intended appointment date in your letter.
  3. We are interested in candidates in all areas of computer science, including (but not limited to) software engineering, computer systems, high-performance computing, communication networks, databases and information systems, security, machine learning, web, and related areas.
  4. For administrative reasons, please let us know (in your email) if you apply in parallel to other departments at the Technion.
  5. Do not forget to list your phone number(s) and email address in the submitted material.

JTCII Positions:

Faculty positions with our affiliation are also available in the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Innovation Institute (JTCII) in New York City.


Post-Doctoral Research Visits

The Technion and the computer science department are regularly hosting postdocs. For postdoc positions please contact a faculty member in your field, who will serve as your host and will initiate the process at the Technion.