Georgia Institute of Technology is offering a unique opportunity. The
School of Psychology in collaboration with the College of Computing
anticipates an Assistant Professor position in the area of Human Computer
Interaction as a joint appointment, 75% in Psychology and 25% in College
of Computing. The applicant's research area must fit within an
identifiable or emerging area in engineering psychology, specifically in
the area of human computer interaction. Strong quantitative skills and
interests are a plus.
Georgia Tech provides many unique opportunities including:
1. The interdisciplinary Graphics, Visualization, and Usability Center
2. Active collaboration of programs within the School of Psychology
3. A wide variety of links to the industrial and business research
community in the metropolitan Atlanta area.
To apply, send a letter describing your program of research, vitae, three
letters of recommendation, and representative reprints to Wendy Rogers,
Chair of the HCI Search Committee, School of Psychology, Georgia Institute
of Technology, Atlanta, GA 30332-0170. For full consideration,
applications should be received by November 1, 2000. However, the search
will remain open until the position is filled. Georgia Institute of
Technology is a member of the University of Georgia System and is an
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
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