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Micro to macro: Conduct research alongside our faculty on a range of topics from cybersecurity to social media analysis.
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The Department of Computer Science at The George Washington University invites applications to join the tenure-track faculty at the Assistant Professor level with an anticipated start date of Fall 2024. The search is open to strong candidates in any area of Computer Science. New faculty will join a diverse, vibrant and research active department that is housed in a new $275m building that encourages interdisciplinary efforts across many fields.
The School of Engineering and Applied Science is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty and staff. Moreover, it has one of the highest percentages of women engineering students nationally. We welcome applications from women, members of underrepresented groups, veterans, and individuals with disabilities. We also welcome applicants who would bring additional aspects of diversity to the university’s research, teaching and service missions.
The George Washington University is the largest academic institution in the nation’s capital. The exceptional location affords the GW community unique cultural and intellectual opportunities. This region affords close access to many federal funding agencies, research laboratories, and one of the largest concentrations of technology companies in the nation, supporting high impact research agendas and creating opportunities for professional couples.
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Dr. Robert Pless awarded $1M grant to use computer science to tackle human trafficking
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Dr. Robert Pless will use the grant to expand a machine-learning project that helps law enforcement identify specific hotel rooms where they suspect illegal activity has taken place.
Dr. Cho selected to receive Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers
February 19, 2016
Dr. Jin-Hee Cho (CS, adjunct faculty) has been selected to receive a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, the highest honor bestowed by the United States Government on science and engineering professionals in the early stages of their independent research careers.