The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science is comprised of the Computer
Science and Engineering (CSE) Division and the Electrical and Computer Engineering
(ECE) Division. The CSE division (www.cse.lsu.edu) has a strong record in research
and graduate training (MS and PhD degrees), with ongoing federal, state and industry-funded
research projects in several key areas of computer science. The CSE division offers
multiple concentration/specialization options in the undergraduate program, including
cybersecurity, software engineering, cloud computing, and data analytics. Excellent
opportunities exist for collaboration with the ECE division and other departments
in the College of Engineering, and the Center for Computation and Technology. LSU-HPC
provides state-of-the-art supercomputing and storage facilities enabling research
collaborations across diverse fields.
Seeking Multiple Professorial Hires in Computer Science:
The positions below can also be found by searching the LSU Careers website using the respective Job Posting Code (RXXXXXXXX).
Note: Internal Applicants should search for job postings in the LSU Workday system
1. Log in to Workday.
2. Search for "Find Jobs" and click to run the report by that name.
3. Within this report, use the sub search field to locate the job postings.
Search using the respective Job Posting Code (RXXXXXXXX) to locate the posting.
Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track)
Job Posting Code: R00088276
The Division of Computer Science and Engineering within the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Louisiana State University (LSU) - Baton Rouge invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position starting August 2024. The division is experiencing an all-time high enrollment, and we expect continued growth for the foreseeable future. Our hiring priority is in software engineering and related areas (systems and programming). Candidates from other areas will also be considered.
Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor (Tenure-Track or Tenured)
Job Posting Code: R00088273
The Division of Computer Science and Engineering within the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Louisiana State University (LSU) in Baton Rouge is thrilled to announce a cluster hiring initiative for multiple faculty positions at the forefront of cybersecurity. This cluster hiring effort is a crucial component of the university's strategic plan to establish itself as a leader in defense and cybersecurity (https://www.lsu.edu/strategic-plan/planning/direction.php). We invite applications for tenure-track Assistant Professors, with the possibility of considering exceptionally qualified candidates for positions at the Associate and Full Professor ranks with tenure. These roles are set to commence in August 2024 or earlier. At LSU, we are deeply committed to fostering diversity and inclusivity, and we strongly encourage women and minorities to apply. We are particularly interested in candidates with expertise in a range of areas, including but not limited to:
· System security (including fuzzing and TEEs)
· ML/AI safety & security
· Differential privacy
· Applied cryptography (including post-quantum cryptography)
· HCI & cybersecurity; usable security
· Cloud, web, and network security
· Cyber-physical and critical infrastructure security
· AI-driven cyber analytics
· Operational cybersecurity
· Hardware security
· Cyber forensics (defensive and offensive)
· Cyber threat intelligence
Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track)
Job Posting Code: R00088271
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at Louisiana State University (LSU), Baton Rouge invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position starting August 2024. We seek candidates with expertise that complement and add to the current cybersecurity focus of the school, particularly in the areas of hardware security and trust, and security aspects of cyber-physical systems, IoT, and industrial control systems. Candidates in other areas of cybersecurity, including trustworthy AI and machine learning, AI-driven cyber-analytics, cyber-forensics, security in distributed systems, network security, and cloud and web security are also encouraged to apply.