Postdoc Position in the Department of Computer Science, Purdue University, US

Deadline: 28 February, 2013
Open to:  international applicants with skills and research experience in the area of databases
Fellowship: not specified


A postdoctoral position is available starting immediately in the Department of Computer Science at Purdue University, under the supervision of Prof. Sunil Prabhakar. The position is limited term and can be extended for one or more additional years by mutual consent.

Responsibilities include research on the projects, helping prepareproposals, publications, and working with graduate students. Teaching responsibilities are optional.


  • The fellowship is open to international applicants with research interests in the areas of data management, including big data, data security and privacy, uncertain databases, and graph databases.
  • Applicants should have clearly demonstrated skills and research experience in the area of databases.


Postdoctoral positions are paid at the US standard.


Applicants should submit a CV, links to selected publications, and the contact information for three evaluators to (email is preferred):

Ms. Nicole Piegza ATTN: Postdoc Position
Email: [email protected]

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Evaluation of each applicant’s suitability will be made through records of accomplishments in the applicant’s CV, selected publications, and references.

The deadline for applications is 28 February, 2013.

The Official Website of the Department

One thought on “Postdoc Position in the Department of Computer Science, Purdue University, US

  1. Painter would be insane to leave Purdue. As an Illinois fan, I atriecpape all the success that Painter has accomplished at Purdue. I also lived in St. Louis for 18 years after graduate school, have several friends that are Missouri fans, and yes, there’s Walmart money in Columbia, but this is not as top a job as Purdue, Matt will have more continued success at PU than at Missouri, Columbia is not a great place to live and the player talent currently, and historically, at Missouri is not going to be near the level that Painter has, and will continue to recruit at Purdue. Matt’s a Big 10 guy and long-term, he won’t be happy in Columbia. The AD at Purdue needs to step up and increase Matt’s salary, as well as all the assistant coaches, and lock him in to an extension to keep him at Purdue. He’s a talented coach and it would be a shame to have him leave West Lafayette.

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