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Assistant Professor in Computer Science

Royal Millitary College of Canada

The Royal Military College (RMC) Department of Mathematics and Computer Science is looking for a motivated bilingual (English and French) assistant professor in computer science with strong leadership. RMC offers undergraduate and graduate programs in computer science in a small class environment. The program focuses on modeling, simulation, and artificial intelligence but also offers a wide variety of course in computer science. The duties include teaching, research, and service to the department and community. The teaching assignment is usually 4 courses a year, with a reduced load the first year. RMC also has access to, but is not limited to, unique defence-related research opportunities.

Requirements: The candidate must have (or be nearly completed – to be completed prior to appointment) a PhD in Computer Science or related disciplines. The candidate must be able to teach effectively at university level, to carry out independent research, and to communicate research results. He must have a strong or promising record of publications. Research expertise in all fields of computer science will be considered, but preference may be given to research expertise in artificial intelligence.

Kingston is a beautiful and historic city at the confluence of Lake Ontario, the St. Lawrence River and the Rideau Canal system. Easily accessible from Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal, Kingston offers a diverse array of local music, art, history, theatre and live entertainment that attracts thousands of tourists annually. Kingston has two French schoolboards and has been designated as a bilingual city by the Government of Ontario.

Application must be submitted through the following website: The applicant should fill the online application as well as send a proof of education, full contact information of at least two referees, a research statement, and a teaching statement to the head of the department Dr. Claude Tardif ( For details, refer the website. Application must be submitted before June 18th through that website, the review process will begin soon thereafter for position beginning on January 1st 2020 (negotiable).
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