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  1. VietPhDStaff

    VietPhDStaff Luôn bên bạn

    A Scientist's Guide to Academic Etiquette

    A Scientist's Guide to Academic Etiquette

    By Female Science Professor
    For some reason, academics are not particularly famous for having well-developed social skills, although I don't think we are any more or less socially adept than nonacademics. The shy, awkward professor is a stereotype, although one can, from time to time, see how it might have come about.

    Even so, academics can be quite aggressive, especially when it comes to research. Faculty positions and grants are difficult to obtain, we are rewarded for publishing a lot, and our universities seem quite pleased when our work generates public attention (of the positive sort). All of those factors combine to produce a culture that rewards highly assertive faculty members.

    The awkwardness and occasional hostility that may arise among scholars in competitive fields gets even more complicated when members of an underrepresented group (such as women in the physical sciences, engineering, and math) are added to the mix. You end up with a rather long list of situations in which people might not behave as well as they could.

    In the years that I have been blogging, I have written about some of the situations in which we academics are impolite to each other, and offered suggestions for how we might get along better. I started numbering the examples, at first with randomly assigned, absurdly high numbers, as if they were items in a long nonexistent document called "FSP's Guide to Academic Etiquette." Eventually I collected all of those scenarios together and gave them real numbers. I hereby share my existing list, with the addition of some new items.

    A cursory glance shows that this is by no means a comprehensive list of all the things one might want or need to know to navigate the academic world. Furthermore, some of these tips are more useful than others, some are more serious than others, and more than a few focus on the extremes of academic behavior. All of them are based on actual experiences. On to the list:

    1. For interviewees: During your campus interview, don't give different, completely inconsistent answers to different people depending on your perception of their position in the department or university hierarchy. If you are aggressive with female assistant professors ("I am not interested in teaching. I intend to hire five postdocs and focus on research. So, how many grants do you have?"), but unctuous with the senior male professors ("Teaching is a major priority for me, and I plan to involve students in my research."), that discrepancy might be discovered. We do talk about you after you're gone. And since this example (like the others) is based on a true story, I can report that such behavior may not be viewed favorably.

    2. For interviewees: If, for some reason, you absolutely must bring your significant other to an interview, including to social events with members of the hiring committee, don't smooch, call each other cute nicknames, and/or feed each other during the dinner. The hiring committee may well comprised people with families and interests outside work, but they may nevertheless be disturbed by that behavior.

    3. For faculty interviewers: Don't ask illegal and unethical questions. If you don't know what is permissible, find out in advance.

    4. For faculty interviewers: Imagine that the person you are interviewing might one day be your colleague. Don't alienate the candidate from the start. Be polite and professional, and don't look at your watch every few minutes during the conversation.

    5. For male faculty interviewers: Don't say to a female candidate for a faculty position: "I don't know what we are supposed to talk about. I can tell you that my wife likes living here. She likes the schools, she has a nice garden, and the humidity makes her hair curly." Don't say anything that strongly suggests that you don't know how to have a professional conversation with a woman.

    6. For department chairs: Don't start your meeting with a candidate by listing the previous faculty members who have been denied tenure.

    7. For department or search-committee chairs: When you have made a decision, let the unsuccessful candidates know the outcome. Don't assume they will guess the outcome if they don't hear any news from you.

    8. For applicants: After determining that someone is willing to write a letter of reference for you, provide the necessary information in an organized way—well in advance of the deadline.

    9. For applicants: If someone writes a letter of reference for you, let them know the outcome of your applications, or at least ask if they want to be informed.

    10. For students and postdocs: If you are paid a salary, you should do the work.

    11. For students visiting professors, even during office hours: If you are going to ask a professor a question and you need to refer to your notes or a book, have them within easy reach, with the relevant pages marked. Don't spend the first few minutes searching through your backpack and your giant folders covered with skull doodles only to realize that you left the desired item at home and have no idea what your question was, so instead you just ask the professor if you missed anything important in the class session you skipped because you overslept.

    12. For students visiting professors, even outside of office hours: If the professor is dining al desco, an activity typically done to save time on a busy day, don't ask, "Are you busy?" The answer is yes. Ask instead, "Do you have a few minutes to talk, or should I come back at a better time?"

    13. For students: Don't call male faculty members "Professor" or "Dr.," and then call female professors by their first names—unless you know that the female professor wants to be called by her first name.

    14. For everyone: Run a spell checker before giving someone a manuscript or other document to read.

    15. For authors: Before submitting anything for review, notify all of the co-authors and give them a chance to comment on the manuscript that bears their names. This is an ethics issue, not an etiquette matter.

    16. For co-authors: If you are a co-author, you should respond in a timely way to requests for comments, or at least provide some communication to work out a reasonable time frame within which you can provide input.

    17. For co-authors: Don't force people to add your name to papers if your contributions were minimal to nonexistent.

    18. For readers: Don't assume that a paper is written by a man and then express great surprise when you meet the female author. Comments such as, "I thought you must be a man because you published a lot of interesting papers" will not be viewed as compliments by some women.

    19. For reviewers: When writing a review, even if you think the authors are wrong or have incorrectly and inadequately cited your work, or you don't like their data or their font or their interpretations or the way that they say that your work is flawed, write your criticisms in a constructive and professional way.

    20. For researchers: Don't steal ideas. Get your own ideas, or collaborate.

    21. For people introducing a speaker: Before the talk, ask speakers if they have a preference about what is said during their introduction. Some people won't, but some may have preferences about what to mention (dates, places, awards, crimes).

    22. For speakers: If you are scheduled to give a talk of a certain length, don't speak for significantly more than that amount of time.

    23. For everyone: Thank people who help you, even if it is their job to do so, or you think it is their job to do so. There is a chance that you may be misinformed.

    24. For advisers: Don't assume that a student or postdoc lacks ambition just because they don't want to be a professor at a big research university.

    25. For advisers: Don't boast about firing graduate students. It is unseemly. You don't have to keep it a secret, but don't use those incidents to establish your hard-core credentials.

    26. For professors: If you don't like another professor, don't take your dislike out on their students and postdocs.

    27. For anyone who attends faculty meetings: Don't make faculty meetings last longer than necessary unless you have something really important to say.

    28. For everyone, especially students: Don't ask someone if they are a "real" professor.

    29. For everyone who attends conferences: If you see someone you want to talk to at a conference and that person is already in a conversation, try to join in, or ask politely if you can interrupt. Do not simply start talking as if the other person doesn't exist.

    30. For everyone: Don't tell your adviser, colleagues, or students what your therapist says about them.

    Female Science Professor is the pseudonym of a professor in the physical sciences at a large research university who blogs under that moniker and writes monthly for our Catalyst column. Her blog is FemaleScienceProfessor.

    Click here for comments: A Scientist's Guide to Academic Etiquette - Advice - The Chronicle of Higher Education
     
  2. dinhcongbang

    dinhcongbang Bạn của mọi người

    Dept. of Library and Information Science in National Taiwan University is seeking to employ two full-time faculties

    1.Qualification:
    Ph. D. of library and information science or related fields. (Information Organization, Information Retrieval,
    Information Services, Information Resources, Information Science included.)
    or Ph. D. of Information Management, Information Engineering or related fields.
    2.Documents Necessary:
    *copy of Ph.D. diploma;
    those who have not yet received the diploma at the time of application must provide a formal statement from the doctoral institution indicating that it will be in hand by the time of appointment
    *transcripts of graduate study
    *copy of certification of working experience
    *resume
    *at least one published academic article within 3 years (published after Apr.1, 2007, doctoral dissertation included)
    *a list of articles published
    *a list of courses instructed with course outlines, syllabus and bibliography
    3.Date of appointment and position official rank:
    Appointment will be assigned by August 1, 2010. Official rank is according to working experience and qualifications.
    4.Deadline: January 15, 2010
    5.How to apply:
    All the documents mail to Dr. Clarence Tsa-Kang Chu, Chairman and Director
    Address: Department of Library and Information Science, National Taiwan University
    No. 1, Sec. 4, Roosevelt Rd., Taipei 106, Taiwan, R. O. C.
    Email: tkchu@ntu.edu.tw
    Tel: 886-2-3366-2958 or 886-2-3366-2968
    Fax: 886-2-2363-2859
     
  3. dinhcongbang

    dinhcongbang Bạn của mọi người

    Visiting Professor – ICT with strong emphasis on Telecommunications

    Position Title: Visiting Chair of ICT
    Institution: The Gordon Institute of Business Science,
    University of Pretoria, South Africa (Leading Business School GIBS, provider of MBA, PDBA, and Executive Education programmes
    )
    Industry: Business School
    Location: Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa
    Job Function: Teaching, research, consulting

    Job Type: Three month ( very negotiable ) visiting faculty position
    available at a leading South African business school, located in the
    centre of the business community, Sandton, Johannesburg in South Africa.

    Key Challenge: Make your contribution by transferring your skills,
    knowledge and experience in a sophisticated business community, within a
    transforming South Africa, the springboard to Africa. Create for yourself
    a new teaching and academic experience and lecture in an internationally
    accredited teaching environment, in a country that offers a quality
    lifestyle and the opportunity to “make a difference”.

    Job Description: The School is seeking to attract a highly regarded
    academic from the ICT fraternity who has had successful academic or
    professional careers in either the UK or Europe or elsewhere.

    We are hoping to attract business professionals or lecturers with prior
    experience in education or training, and who excel in both teaching and
    research. The opportunity is to join a group of academics in continuing
    the development of our reputation as a school that is strong both in
    academic programmes and executive education and is international in its
    approach and teaching methodology. Impart your specialist technical
    knowledge and international best practices in the ICT sector.

    Qualifications:
    • The visiting Chair must at least have a Ph.D and Professorship
    or equivalent position at an overseas university
    • Business experience in ICT ( preferable)
    • Applicants must either have taught at a business school, have
    extensive teaching and publication experience or have extensive experience
    in the ICT industry.

    How to apply: Submit a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to:

    Email: helenwilson@netactive.co.za


    --
    Professor Raymond A Hackney, Ph.D
    Chair in Business Systems
    Brunel University
    Business School
    Uxbridge
    Middlesex, UB8 3PH, UK

    Tel: +44 (0)1895 265428

    Brunel Business School
     
  4. dinhcongbang

    dinhcongbang Bạn của mọi người

    Department of Informatics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, U. of Oslo

    POSITION AS PROFESSOR IN LARGE SCALE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND
    INFRASTRUCTURES is available at the Department of Informatics, Faculty of
    Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Oslo (UiO). The position
    is within the Research Group for Global Infrastructures.

    The person hired will be a member of the research group for Global
    Infrastructures. The group has currently seven permanent positions
    (professors/associate professors), this one included, seven adjunct
    professors, two postdocs and about 40 PhD students. The group's research
    agenda addresses issues related to the dynamic complexity of large scale
    information systems and infrastructures, emphasizing a combination of
    theoretical and empirical work. A description of the group may be found at

    http://www.ifi.uio.no/research/groups/gi/.

    The GI group is appointed an "Emerging Top Tier Research Group" by the
    Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences. The group's ambition is to
    evolve into a strong candidate for becoming a Center of Excellence next
    time such centers will be appointed (which is expected to happen around
    2012).

    More information about the position:
    http://www.admin.uio.no/opa/ledige-stillinger/2009/vitenskapelige/professorInformatics-2009-16022.html


    Further questions can be addressed to
    Prof. Ole Hanseth, phone +47 95 90 85 09, e-mail: Ole.Hanseth@ifi.uio.no
    or
    to administrative head of department, Narve Trædal, phone +47 22 85 24 18,
    e-mail narvet@ifi.uio.no.

    Pay scale: 76 - 82 (NOK 630 200 - 749 600, dep on
    experience/competence)

    Application deadline: January 8, 2010

    REF. NO.: 2009/16022

    The application with attachments must be sent within the deadline to:
    Det matematisk-naturvitenskapelige fakultet,
    v/senior executive officer Grete Andresen,
    P.O. Box 1032 Blindern,
    N-0315 Oslo
    Norway

    Application letter with CV and list of publications can be sent by E-mail
    to:Apply-to@matnat.uio.no,
    the attachements are then expected in 4 paper copies within 2 weeks from
    the deadline. Please put the ref.no.: 2009/16022 in the subject line.
     
  5. dinhcongbang

    dinhcongbang Bạn của mọi người

    Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Information Systems

    Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Information Systems
    (This is equivalent to assistant/associate professor in the US system)
    Norwich Business School
    University of East Anglia - Faculty of Social Sciences

    The Faculty is currently investing in its academic portfolio and this post
    is currently being advertised as part of its strategy of growth and
    development.

    The results of the RAE08 and the NSS08 confirmed UEA's Business School
    (NBS) as one of the leading Business Schools in research and teaching
    quality in the UK. RAE08 rated 45% of its research as world-leading and
    internationally excellent with a further 45% as internationally
    recognised. The School (Welcome to Norwich Business School - University of East Anglia (UEA)) plays a significant role in the
    implementation of UEA's corporate plan and contributes to its reputation
    for innovation and interdisciplinary research and teaching.

    Lecturer/Senior Lecturer salaries - �37,651 to �43,622/�44,930 to �52,086
    per annum

    Ref: ATR868

    You will have teaching and research interests in the field of information
    systems. You should have both a good general grounding in information
    systems theory and practice and an active research interest in the
    interface between information systems and marketing, particularly
    e-commerce, new media channels, and consumer behaviour.

    Closing date: 12 noon on 22 January 2010.

    You must be able to satisfy all the essential criteria detailed in the
    person specification for the post. All lecturing posts are available from
    1 March 2010 or thereafter.

    Further particulars and an application form are available on our website:
    Current Vacancies - University of East Anglia (UEA) or Tel. 01603 593493
     
  6. cycad

    cycad Viên mãn

    Math Prof Positions

    This is the e-mail I received from my Math Dept (March 2010):

    From Melanie Ledwig
    “I just wanted to let you know that we (Victoria College) are looking for
    a full-time math professor starting in the fall. I will be the department
    chair starting in May so I really want someone awesome to work with.
    Please share this with your students who are job-hunting. Thanks!
    here is the announcement:
    http://www.victoriacollege.edu/instructormathematics_2?mosmsg=

    Melanie Ledwig”
     
    Last edited: Mar 13, 2010
  7. QuynhLe

    QuynhLe Thèm thuồng

    PROFESSEUR FLE EXPÉRIMENTÉ (MALDIVES)

    Descriptif du poste :
    Cours : L'essentiel des cours (18h/semaine) sera donné à des enfants d'une privée où le FLE sera enseigné pour la première fois, aux grades 6,7,8. Leur apprentissage sera sanctionné par les examens de Cambridge.
    Le professeur assurera par ailleurs entre 8 et 12h de cours dans des collèges publics et/ou à l'Ecole hôtelière de la ville.
    Vie de l'Alliance : Le professeur participera de façon active à toutes les manifestations de l'Alliance dont il s'efforcera de promouvoir l'action culturelle.
    Diplômes, compétences et qualités requis:
    - Tout diplôme d'enseignement (FLE, CAPES, DPPE) + expérience réussie avec les enfants
    - Dynamique, créatif, patient et enthousiaste, le professeur aura déjà enseigné - avec plaisir - le français à des classes de 25 à 30 enfants.
    - Connaissance du FLE et des programmes de Cambridge (IGCSE).
    - Esprit d'équipe, faculté d'adaptation, souplesse et engagement: petite mais en plein essor, notre Alliance demande un vrai investissement de la part de chacun.
    Lieu de travail : Male', capitale des Maldives
    Date de disponibilité demandée : début janvier 2011
    Type de contrat : vacation d'1 an, pour environ 30h/semaine, congés (non payés) selon le calendrier académique.
    Date limite de validité de l'annonce : 08/12/2010
    Rémunération :
    - De 100 à 120 MRf / h de cours (env 7-9 USD / h) + logement
    - Frais de visa à charge de l'Alliance
    - Billet A/R à la charge du professeur
    - Assurance « hospitalisation rapatriement » obligatoire à la charge du professeur.

    POSTULER : Après vous être renseigné sur la vie aux Maldives, merci d'envoyer CV et lettre de motivation à
    Muriel Schmit, Directrice : afm@dhinet.net.mv

    Responsable : Muriel Schmit

    Url de référence :
    http://www.afmaldives.org

    Adresse : M. Gulfaamukuri (Cottage ), Keneree Magu Male', Republic of Maldives
     
  8. QuynhLe

    QuynhLe Thèm thuồng

    Professeur, professeure – Cinéma et culture numérique
    Le Département des littératures désire pourvoir un poste de professeur-e en cinéma et culture numérique

    Fonctions
    La personne titulaire de ce poste devra :

    Assumer un enseignement aux trois cycles en cinéma et en culture numérique;
    Assumer, au premier cycle, des cours de corpus, des cours d'analyse du cinéma mobilisant des théories de la culture, de même que des cours portant sur la culture numérique au cinéma;
    Assumer la direction de mémoires de maîtrise et de thèses de doctorat;
    Contribuer à la recherche par des publications liées aux domaines identifiés précédemment;
    Contribuer aux tâches liées à la gestion des programmes de certificat en études cinématographiques et du futur baccalauréat en cinéma et culture numérique;
    Participer aux activités de ces deux programmes et à leur développement;
    Participer aux activités départementales et universitaires.

    Critères de sélection
    Doctorat ou doctorat en voie d'obtention dans le domaine des études cinématographiques;
    Expérience de l'enseignement dans ce domaine particulier, au niveau universitaire;
    Expérience pertinente de recherche en cinéma dans la perspective des théories de la culture et de la culture numérique, publications, bourses ou subventions à l'appui;
    Aptitude à travailler en équipe.

    Traitement et conditions de travail
    Selon la convention en vigueur.

    Entrée en fonction
    1er juillet 2011

    Faire parvenir sa candidature accompagnée d'un curriculum vitæ et trois lettres de recommandation d'ici le 4 février 2011 à :

    Madame Chantal Hébert, directrice
    Département des littératures
    Faculté des lettres
    1030, avenue des Sciences-Humaines
    Pavillon Charles-De Koninck
    Université Laval, Québec G1V 0A6


    En tant qu'employeur qui valorise la diversité au sein de son effectif, l'Université Laval invite toutes les personnes qualifiées à présenter leur candidature, en particulier les femmes, les membres de minorités visibles et ethniques, les autochtones et les personnes handicapées; la priorité sera toutefois accordée aux Canadiens ainsi qu'aux résidents permanents.

    Url de référence :
    http://www.lit.ulaval.ca
     
  9. QuynhLe

    QuynhLe Thèm thuồng

    Professeur, professeure – Littératures de la francophonie (Maghreb et Antilles)
    Le Département des littératures désire pourvoir un poste de professeur-e en littératures maghrébines et antillaises.

    Fonctions
    La personne titulaire de ce poste devra :
    Assumer un enseignement aux trois cycles des littératures maghrébines et antillaises ainsi que d'une autre aire culturelle francophone (Haïti, Océan indien, Moyen Orient, etc.);
    Assumer la direction de mémoires de maîtrise et de thèses de doctorat;
    Contribuer à la recherche par des publications dans le(s) domaine(s);
    Participer au bon fonctionnement des programmes dont relève l'enseignement des littératures de la francophonie;
    Participer aux activités de la Chaire de recherche du Canada en littératures africaines et francophonie ainsi qu'aux activités liées au rayonnement de la francophonie;
    Participer aux activités départementales et universitaires.
    Critères de sélection
    Doctorat (ou l'équivalent) ou doctorat en voie d'obtention en littératures de la francophonie, avec de préférence une thèse en littératures maghrébines et antillaises;
    Expérience de l'enseignement des littératures de la Francophonie au niveau universitaire;
    Expérience pertinente de recherche dans le(s) domaine(s), publications, bourses ou subventions à l'appui;
    Aptitude à travailler en équipe;
    Ouverture aux littératures et cultures d'autres régions géographiques de l'espace francophone.

    Traitement et conditions de travail
    Selon la convention en vigueur.

    Entrée en fonction
    1er juillet 2011
    Faire parvenir sa candidature accompagnée d'un curriculum vitæ et trois lettres de recommandation d'ici le 4 février 2011 à :
    Madame Chantal Hébert, directrice
    Département des littératures
    Faculté des lettres
    1030, avenue des Sciences-Humaines
    Pavillon Charles-De Koninck
    Université Laval, Québec G1V 0A6

    En tant qu'employeur qui valorise la diversité au sein de son effectif, l'Université Laval invite toutes les personnes qualifiées à présenter leur candidature, en particulier les femmes, les membres de minorités visibles et ethniques, les autochtones et les personnes handicapées; la priorité sera toutefois accordée aux Canadiens ainsi qu'aux résidents permanents.

    Url de référence :
    http://www.lit.ulaval.ca
     
  10. QuynhLe

    QuynhLe Thèm thuồng

    POSTES MCF LITTÉRATURE FRANÇAISE ET LINGUISTIQUE/FLE EN SERBIE


    La Faculté de philosophie de l'université de Nis (Serbie) recherche un maître de conférences en linguistique/FLE et un maître de conférences en littérature française. Ces deux enseignants-chercheurs seront affectés au sein de l'équipe pédagogique qui dispensera les cours de la nouvelle chaire de français à la rentrée 2011.
    Contrat local, rémunération selon expérience. Doctorat européen indispensable.
    Nis est la troisième ville du pays et le coût de la vie reste peu élevé.
    Ce projet de création d'un département études françaises au sud-Serbie est élaboré en partenariat avec l'université d'Artois, chargée d'identifier les candidats potentiels.
    Les propositions de candidature seront accompagnées d'une lettre de motivation et d'un C.V. Elles sont à envoyer, avant le 21 novembre, à l'adresse suivante : jmarc.vercruysse@univ-artois.fr
     
  11. QuynhLe

    QuynhLe Thèm thuồng

    POST-DOC "ÉDITION MULTIMEDIA DU CATALOGUE DU FONDS COCTEAU", UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTPELLIER III

    Recrutement d'un chercheur « post-doc » au 1er janvier 2011
    Edition multimédia du catalogue du Fonds Cocteau
    Université de Montpellier III
    Le centre de recherche RIRRA 21 (Marie-Eve Thérenty dir.) de l'université de Montpellier III recrute un chercheur post-doc en Littérature française ou en Arts du Spectacle, à compter du 1er janvier 2011, pour coordonner et mener à bien la refonte et l'édition multimédia du catalogue du Fonds Cocteau. Il devra résider sur place.
    1/ Contexte
    Riche d'un Fonds documentaire sur l'écrivain Jean Cocteau unique en France conservé par la B.I.U. de Montpellier, le centre de recherche RIRRA 21 entretient une tradition pluri-décennale de travail sur l'auteur et son temps, dont témoignent de nombreuses publications et les éditions d'oeuvres de Cocteau dans la Bibliothèque de la Pléiade assurées par des membres de l'équipe (poésie et théâtre).
    La valorisation scientifique et médiatique de ce fonds fait partie des actions permanentes d'un des programmes du centre, « Fonds Cocteau & Cie », qui s'effectue en collaboration avec son directeur scientifique Pierre Caizergues et deux conservatrices de la BIU. Elle prendra notamment la forme, au printemps 2012, d'une grande exposition dans les locaux du site Saint-Charles, destinée à marquer l'inauguration des nouveaux bâtiments.
    Cette échéance est l'occasion de proposer une édition entièrement refondue du catalogue du fonds. La précédente date de 1998 : depuis, plusieurs catalogues spécifiques ont été réalisés (danse, musique, cinéma), et de nombreuses acquisitions ont eu lieu, portant le fonds de 2000 à 5000 pièces environ. Le but de ce projet est de rendre le fonds plus lisible, et ainsi plus facilement exploitable par les chercheurs.
    2/ Projet
    Ce catalogue prendra la forme d'une édition multi-supports, combinant un premier volet sur papier et un second sur DVD-Rom. Il devra aller au-delà du simple stockage de données et répondre aux besoins suivants :
    - présenter un inventaire intégral du fonds, ainsi qu'une description raisonnée de l'ensemble ;
    - proposer un parcours au moyen de textes, d'images, voire de sons (présence d'archives radiophoniques et de microsillons) parmi les collections du fonds ;
    - mettre en valeur les plus belles pièces du fonds (manuscrits, dessins, illustrations, éditions remarquables...) ;
    - inclure des compléments bio-bibliographiques sur l'auteur ainsi que des compléments critiques reflétant l'état des recherches sur Cocteau, notamment celles directement menées à partir du fonds lui-même ;
    - inclure enfin une fonction de mise à jour documentaire automatique, à partir du catalogue du fonds par internet de la BIU.
    3/ Mission du chercheur post-doc
    Le chercheur post-doc, recruté en Littérature française ou en Arts du Spectacle, aura pour mission de coordonner et mener à bien ce projet, en lien avec les différents partenaires impliqués, notamment :
    - les spécialistes de Cocteau engagés dans le projet ;
    - le directeur scientifique du fonds ;
    - les conservatrices du fonds à la BIU ;
    - le concepteur multimédia ;
    - les éditeurs de l'ouvrage.
    Il présentera aussi des résultats de son travail lors de l'exposition Cocteau de 2012 et du colloque « Cocteau journaliste » qui l'accompagnera.
    4/ Qualités requises
    - Capacité de conceptualisation et de formalisation selon les enjeux artistiques et médiatiques du projet ;
    - Dynamisme et aptitude à faire le lien entre les acteurs, nécessitant un sens du travail collectif ;
    - La mission n'implique pas de connaissance spécialisée préalable du fonds Cocteau. Cependant une familiarité avec l'oeuvre de Cocteau est souhaitée.
    - La mission n'implique pas de compétence pointue en nouvelles technologies. Cependant une familiarité avec l'univers multimédia est demandée.
    Pour tout renseignement, prendre contact avec Pierre-Marie Héron : pierre-marie.heron@orange.fr ou Pierre-Marie Héron, Université de Montpellier III, route de Mende, 34000 Montpellier. Les dossiers de candidature sont aussi à envoyer à cette adresse : ils seront composés d'un curriculum vitae, du rapport de soutenance de la thèse et d'une lettre de motivation.

    Responsable : Pierre-Marie Héron

    Adresse : Université de Montpellier III, route de Mende, 34000 Montpellier
     
  12. QuynhLe

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    PROFESSEUR INVITÉ (15 JANVIER-31 MAI 2011), UNIVERSITÉ DE CHYPRE

    DÉPARTEMENT D'ÉTUDES FRANÇAISES ET DE LANGUES VIVANTES
    Le Département d'Études françaises et de Langues vivantes de l'Université de Chypre recherche un ou une professeur.e. invité.e. pour assurer un remplacement au second semestre de l'année académique 2010-2011 (15 janvier - 31 mai).
    Une parfaite maîtrise de la langue française est exigée et une expérience FLE souhaitable.
    Le salaire net correspondant au poste de Maître de Conférences invité est de €3.096.04.
    Le ou la candidat.e. doit avoir obtenu le titre de Docteur.
    Le dossier de candidature comportera les documents suivants

    Une lettre de demande
    Un Curriculum Vitae avec liste des publications.

    Le ou la candidat.e. est invité.e. à envoyer les documents sus-mentionnés avant le 5 décembre 2010 :
    - soit par courrier électronique à Madame Fabienne Baider, coordinatrice de la section linguistique (fabienne@ucy.ac.cy) et à Madame Androulla Koufalidou sous cc (akoufalidou@ucy.ac.cy) en mentionnant ‘Candidature linguistique 2011' dans l'objet du courrier,
    - soit par courrier auprès du Département d'Etudes françaises et de Langues vivantes, Université de Chypre, B.P. 20537, 1678 Nicosie, Chypre.
    Les cours à dispenser sont les suivants:

    Bataille des Langues (cours d'introduction de sociolinguistique et en particulier de politique linguistique en Europe) - 2e année
    Phonologie - 4e année (cours d'introduction) GAL 303
    Introduction à la linguistique - 1ère année GAL 100

    Pour les détails des cours veuillez vous reporter à la page web de l'université à l'adresse suivante http://www.ucy.ac.cy/goto/frstmola/fr-FR/ProgrammeDetudesFrancaises.aspx

    Url de référence :
    http://www.ucy.ac.cy/goto/frstmola/fr-FR/ProgrammeDetudesFrancaises.aspx
     
  13. QuynhLe

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    POST-DOC "LES MYSTÈRES URBAINS", UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTPELLIER III

    Recrutement d'un post-doc
    LES MYSTERES URBAINS
    Université Montpellier III
    Le centre de recherche RIRRA 21 (Marie-Eve Thérenty dir.) de l'université de Montpellier III dans la lignée de ses travaux sur la presse au XIXe siècle se propose pour le prochain quadriennal d'étudier le corpus des « mystères urbains ». On appelle ainsi des romans qui ont pour titre le syntagme « mystères de [un nom de ville] » sur le modèle des Mystères de Paris d'Eugène Sue, publié dans le feuilleton du Journal des débats en 1842-1843. La parution de ce roman est le premier phénomène de culture médiatique. Il est traduit dans toutes les langues, connaît un succès international. Mais surtout ce roman déclenche l'écriture sur tous les continents de romans dérivés dont l'intrigue varie suivant les contextes locaux. Pendant plusieurs dizaines d'années, et même encore au XXe siècle, des centaines de romans urbains généralement parus dans la presse avant d'être repris en librairie mettent en scène les bas-fonds des villes du monde entier. On trouve bien sûr des Mysteries of London par Reynolds (1844-1848), Los misteríos de Madrid de Juan Martínez Villergas (1844), Os Mistéros de Lisboa de Camilo Castelo Branco (1854) mais aussi des Mystères de Lille (1875), des Mystères de Clamart (1881) ou encore des Mystères de Montréal (1892) …. On se trouve ici devant la première manifestation de la mondialisation culturelle.
    Ce corpus de romans urbains qui a l'avantage d'être à la fois large, homogène et circonscrit appellera des analyses plurielles, internationales et pluridisciplinaires : du côté des transferts culturels, de la traduction, des identités nationales et régionales, de la narratologie, des bas-fonds, de l'urbain, des supports, de la parodie, de l'adaptation théâtrale, de la culture médiatique… Une extension du programme vers l'adaptation cinématographique des romans urbains est envisagée .
    Pour l'exploitation de ce corpus, le programme « Presse et littérature se propose de travailler de la manière suivante : des ateliers internes, des confrontations bilatérales de corpus avec des équipes étrangères (des rencontres sont déjà planifiées avec le Mexique, le Canada, l'Angleterre) en 2011 et 2012, un grand congrès international en 2013 réunissant des spécialistes du monde entier.
    Pour constituer ce corpus, l'université de Montpellier met à la disposition du centre de recherche un poste de chercheur post-doc pour 12 mois (début théorique : 1er janvier 2011).


    Missions du chercheur post-doc.
    - Composer la base de données du corpus à partir des catalogues des BN du monde entier
    - Collecter ces textes : repérer les éditions en ligne, demander des reproductions dans les bibliothèques nationales, acheter les éditions à bon marché et les numériser. Dans le budget 2011, des fonds sont réservés à cette opération de collecte.
    - Commencer l'analyse du corpus en repérant des critères significatifs.
    P-résenter les résultats de son expertise à l'ensemble des journées d'études et ateliers.

    Compétences et qualités requises
    - Intérêt pour la presse et les médias. Bonne connaissance de la presse et de la librairie du XIXe siècle.
    - Maîtrise de langues étrangères souhaitée (espagnol et anglais idéalement)
    - Dynamisme, sens du travail collectif et intérêt pour le projet.
    - Présence régulière à Montpellier.
    Pour tout renseignement, prendre contact avec Marie-Eve Thérenty : met@club-internet.fr ou Marie-Eve Thérenty, Université de Montpellier III, route de Mende, 34000 Montpellier. Les dossiers de candidature sont aussi à envoyer à cette adresse : ils seront composés d'un curriculum vitae, du rapport de soutenance de la thèse et d'une lettre de motivation.

    Responsable : Marie-Eve Thérenty
     
  14. mtcmos

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    Microsoft Research PhD Scholarship on Concurrent Software Verification

    A PhD student position is available in the Department of Computer Engineering at Koc University, Istanbul, Turkey. The student will carry out research on the verification of concurrent software. This proof system will generalize the QED proof system described in our paper titled "A Calculus of Atomic Actions" that appeared in POPL '09.

    The project is funded by a Microsoft Research PhD Scholarship -- one of
    18 such positions in Europe in 2010. The position is supervised by Dr.
    Serdar Tasiran of Koc University, and Dr. Shaz Qadeer of Microsoft Research, Redmond, WA, USA. See the link below for further information.

    http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/collaboration/global/open-phd-positions.aspx#multicore


    The Microsoft Research PhD Scholarship and Koc University will provide to the PhD student the following benefits:

    - A monthly stipend of 3000 TL/month net (currently about 1300Euros)
    - Annual summer schools at Microsoft Research, Cambridge, UK. An opportunity to interact with world-class researchers.
    - Paid internship opportunities at Microsoft Research Laboratories.
    Scholars are paid in addition to their scholarship bursary.
    - A laptop computer and software provided by Microsoft Research.
    - Housing and health insurance.

    Please contact Serdar Tasiran (stasiran@ku.edu.tr) to obtain more information and to apply.

    Serdar Tasiran
    http://home.ku.edu.tr/~stasiran
    http://theorem.ku.edu.tr
     
  15. hieuphth

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  17. edyo

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    PhD Research Project: Computational tools for assessing building vulnerability from tsunamis
    Funding – The studentship covers UCL tuition fees and provides a stipend of £15,726 pa (tax-free).
    Funding Body: EPSRC

    Vacancy Information:
    Project Partner: HR Wallingford
    Academic Supervisor: Dr Professor Ian Eames (i.eames@ucl.ac.uk)
    INDUSTRIAL SUPERVISORS
    Dr Giovanni Cuomo (g.cuomo@hrwallingford.com)
    Dr Stephen Richardson (s.richardson@hrwallingford.com)
    In partnership with HR Wallingford and the UCL Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering, the UCL Centre for Urban Sustainability and Resilience invites applications for a four year (one year MRes and three year EngD) studentship to work on an Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), UK funded project.

    Project Background:
    The focus of this EngD study is on developing original research on estimating the forces acting on buildings (within an urban environment) due to the impact and runup of a tsunami. This is an extremely complex problem which involves combining together results from numerical models with extensive database of experimental results. The scientific gap and challenge to be able to accurately estimate the distribution of force over the surface of a building, the total force on the building and how this is influenced by the properties of the incident flow. The current project looks to develop computational tools to be able to assess the force on idealised models of buildings, and to develop techniques that will enable this information to be incorporated into large-scale computational models that can assess the potential for building damage.

    Studentship Description:
    The work will be computational and involve using in-house or shareware codes to assess the forces on buildings individually and in groups. The computational results will be compared against analytical models and unique experimental data from the UCL and HR Wallingford fluids laboratories.

    The purpose will be to develop guidance on how tsunami flow on and around buildings can be modelled in order to provide input to tsunami coastal risk assessments. The student will be part of the multi-disciplinary research group EPICentre (www.epicentreonline.com) and form part of a larger team looking at tsunami risk estimation.
    The student will also be expected to engage with HR Wallingford, and spend some time on its premises undertaking research activity related to the project. There may be a chance that the student will be able to participate in some experimental work at both UCL and Wallingford.

    Person Specification:
    Applicants should have a good honours degree (ideally a 1st or 2:1 minimum) in mathematics, mechanical engineering, physical or environmental science, computer science or civil engineering. This is a computational project and experience of programming C++, data handling and visualisation, a high level of numeracy, and good understanding of fluid mechanics. You should be able to demonstrate excellent organisational and communication skills, have the interpersonal skills to work as part of a professional team, while also possessing the self-motivation and enthusiasm to work alone.

    Eligibility
    Applicants must meet the EPSRC eligibility criteria http://www.epsrc.ac.uk/skills/students/help/Pages/eligibility.aspx
    Start Date: 23rd September 2013 for 4-years full time (no part time option available).

    Application Procedure
    To apply, please visit http://engd-usar.cege.ucl.ac.uk/vacancies/ and upload a covering letter and CV indicating how you meet the criteria and demonstrating your passion for the research area.
    Closing Date: 5pm on Monday 24th June 2013.
     
  18. foxvn

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    Khoa học Xã hội đây

    School of Humanities and Social Sciences
    Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

    Faculty positions in Division of Sociology

    The School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, invites qualified academics with the following specializations to apply for tenure-track positions as Assistant Professors in the Division of Sociology:

    1. Sociology of Migration
    2. Economic Sociology

    Candidates should possess a Ph.D. in Sociology (Social Anthropology will also be considered) and proven records in teaching and research. Additional expertise in Quantitative Social Research or Urban Sociology will receive priority of consideration and the successful candidates will be expected to teach in English at both undergraduate and graduate levels.

    The Division of Sociology strongly emphasizes effective teaching and encourages significant research work. The thrust of the Division’s teaching and research is international and comparative, with special focus on the analysis of social change in Asian societies.

    For further information about the Division, please refer to the following website: http://sociology.hss.ntu.edu.sg/

    To apply, please refer to the Guidelines for Submitting an Application for Faculty Appointment: http://www.ntu.edu.sg/ohr/CareerOpportunities/SubmitanApplication/Pages/FacultyPositions.aspx and send your application package (consisting of a cover letter, personal particulars form, curriculum vitae, a statement on teaching as well as current and future research plans, the names and contact details of three referees, and a sample publication) to:

    The Search Committee
    School of Humanities and Social Sciences
    Nanyang Technological University
    14 Nanyang Drive, #05-36
    Singapore 637332
    Fax: (65) 6794 6303
    Email: H-DSOC@ntu.edu.sg
     
  19. vodanhtieutot

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    Assistant Professor in Experimental Physical Chemistry, University of California,
    Davis
    The Department of Chemistry in the Division of Mathematical and Physical Sciences
    seek to fill a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in the area of Experimental
    Physical Chemistry.
    Candidates must possess the degree of PhD and show exceptional scientific creativity
    and productivity. The successful candidate will be expected to develop and maintain a
    high quality extramurally funded research program, to demonstrate excellence in the
    teaching of graduate and undergraduate students, and possess the ability and desire to
    interact and collaborate with members of other departments inside and outside the basic
    sciences. Demonstrated interest and the ability to achieve such a record is necessary for
    consideration at the tenure-track level.
    Candidates of all fields of experimental physical chemistry are welcome to apply,
    including those that link chemistry to condensed matter physics and materials science,
    chemical engineering, and national facilities.
    Interested candidates should upload a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a list of at least
    three references, and a concise research plan and teaching statement to:
    https://recruit.ucdavis.edu/apply/JPF00133
    This position will be “Open Until Filled”, but for a full consideration, applications should
    be completed by October 31, 2013. The University of California is an Equal
    Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
     
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    Tenure-Track Faculty Opening at the University of Washington

    Dear Colleagues,

    I would be grateful if you could bring the following career opportunity to the attention of suitable candidates. As you will see, energy and power systems are a strategic area for our department and we will be actively recruiting in this area. Candidates are encouraged to contact me directly if they have questions or wish to have an informal discussion before submitting an application.

    Best regards,

    Daniel Kirschen
    kirschen@uw.edu

    The Electrical Engineering Department at the University of Washington seeks to hire multiple tenure-track faculty members at the rank of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor. While all areas related to EE are of interest, and applications at all levels are invited, the department’s strategic areas include big physical data, energy, biomedical research, and the integration of hardware, systems, and algorithms.

    Candidates must demonstrate the relevance of their research and how they plan to collaborate with UW colleagues working in these and other areas. Candidates are expected to hold a PhD, or foreign equivalent, and have a record of published research. Successful candidates will be expected to develop an internationally recognized research program and to participate in the teaching and service missions of the department.

    UW RANKS FIRST among public universities in federal research funds, and second among all universities in the United States. The Electrical Engineering Department currently has 41 tenure track faculty members (34 men / 7 women). External research funding for the department in 2012-2013 was nearly $15.25 M (see www.ee.washington.edu). UW faculty engage in significant teaching, research and service.

    PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RESUME, list of publications, statement of research and teaching interests and goals, as well as the names and addresses of at least three references on our website: http://www.ee.washington.edu/facsearch/. Applications will be accepted until March 1, 2014. For any administrative issues related to the search, please contact Assistant to the Chair, Sarah McDonald (assist_to_chair@ee.washington.edu). For informal or technical inquiries, contact Search Committee Chair, Prof. Radha Poovendran (radha@ee.washington.edu).

    The University of Washington is building a culturally diverse faculty and strongly encourages applications from female and minority candidates. The University of Washington is the recipient of a 2006 Alfred P. Sloan Award for Faculty Career Flexibility and a 2001 National Science Foundation ADVANCE Institutional Transformation Award to increase the advancement of women faculty in science, engineering, and mathematics (see www.engr.washington.edu/advance). The University of Washington is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer and is responsive to the needs of dual-career couples. Appointment is subject to the availability of funds.

    Source: POWER-GLOBE Digest - 25 Oct 2013 to 26 Oct 2013
     
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