The Schwarzman College of Computing is increasing MIT’s academic capacity in computing and AI with 50 new faculty positions — 25 located within the college and 25 shared with other academic departments.
Core faculty positions
Multiple searches to recruit core faculty in computer science (CS) and in artificial intelligence and decision making (AI+D) will be active in the upcoming academic year. Faculty in these positions will be appointed in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), which jointly reports to the Schwarzman College of Computing and the School of Engineering.
Links to active job postings will be added on a rolling basis.
Shared faculty positions
During the 2021–2022 academic year, there will be searches for faculty positions shared between the college and an academic department. These searches will be conducted around six strategic areas of inquiry and the positions will have a shared appointment in both the academic department and in the college, in either EECS or in the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society.
Searches will occur with each of the five schools at MIT, in the following strategic areas. Links to active job postings will be added on a rolling basis.
Social, Economic, and Ethical Implications of Computing and Networks. Associated schools: School of Humanities, Arts and the Social Sciences and MIT Sloan School of Management.
Computing and Natural Intelligence: Cognition, Perception and Language. Associated schools: School of Science; School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences; and School of Architecture and Planning.
Computing for Health of the Planet. Associated schools: School of Engineering; School of Science; and School of Architecture and Planning.
Computing in Health and Life Sciences. Associated schools: School of Engineering; School of Science; and MIT Sloan School of Management.
Computing and Human Experience. Associated schools: School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences and School of Architecture and Planning.
Quantum Computing. Associated schools: School of Engineering and School of Science.
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