Assistant/Associate/Full Professor and Lecturer Positions, SUNY Korea

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The Computer Science Department at SUNY Korea ( invites applications for several tenure-track and full-time Lecturer positions, beginning Spring or Fall 2017.

(a) Tenure-Track Faculty Positions. Highly qualified faculty members are sought at all levels in all core areas of computer science. The positions will be tenured or tenure-track at SUNY Korea, and will carry an affiliated faculty position with the Computer Science Department at Stony Brook University (SBU), Stony Brook, NY ( Applicants should hold a Ph.D. in Computer Science or a closely related area and exhibit a strong commitment to research and teaching.

(b) Lecturer Position. An Excellent full-time lecturer is sought at junior or senior level. Lecturers are expected to teach introductory and advanced CS undergraduate and possibly graduate courses. It is possible for an excellent candidate to be converted into tenure-track at SUNY Korea at a later time. Engaging in research is encouraged but not mandatory. Applicants should hold a PhD or MS (PhD preferred) in computer science or a closely related field and exhibit a strong commitment to teaching.

SUNY Korea ( is located in the new master-planned city of Songdo, South Korea, hosting global organizations and multinational corporations. It offers residents unparalleled convenience and a highly distinctive architecture with many parks, a green lifestyle, and a vibrant international community. Incheon international airport is just 20-minutes away and Seoul with its fascinating blend of Asian cultures is less than 1 hour away.

SUNY Korea was founded in 2012 as the first US University on Korean soil. It is part of the largest university system of the United States – the State University of New York (SUNY). The computer science department is one of SUNY Korea’s first academic departments, offering BS, MS, and PhD degrees. It is tightly integrated with the CS department of SBU and the academic degrees awarded at SUNY Korea are identical to those of SBU. The SBU CS department is consistently ranked among the top 10% computer science research departments in the US, according to the US National Research Council. It is the mission of CS@SUNY Korea to provide the same excellence in research and teaching, bringing a new style of education and research to Korea.

Both the computer science department and SUNY Korea are set to experience massive growth in the next few years. Some academic departments, mostly in the college of engineering, are already here, and others will follow soon. All of these are or will be housed in close proximity, offering unprecedented opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration and academic interchange. With computer science being a key discipline in SUNY Korea’s growing portfolio, there is strong support from both the university and the home institution at Stony Brook, NY.

The university itself is highly committed to providing students with a rich academic and cross-cultural experience. All undergraduate students and most graduate students spend a year at Stony Brook, NY. While the undergraduate student body consists mostly of Korean students – many of them extremely bright – the graduate students are a mix of Koreans and Internationals, similar to US universities. The official language at SUNY Korea is English and there is no need to know the Korean language.

Applicants should apply online at (Select “SUNKY” for “Sites” when you apply.) Review of applications will start immediately and will continue until the positions are filled. Applications from non-Korean citizens, women, and minorities are encouraged.


Department of Computer Science • Songdo Moonwha-ro 119, Yeonsu-Gu, Incheon, Korea 406-840 • Tel:+82-32-626-1202 Fax:+82-32-626-1199
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