Tenure-Track Faculty Position Openings
Tenure-Track Faculty Position Openings
Tenure-Track Faculty Position Openings
Open Faculty Positions
Faculty Recruitment: - Thursday, 26 April 2018
Tenure-Track Faculty Position Openings
Graduate School of Culture Technology (GSCT)-KAIST invites applications for 4 (four) tenure-track faculty positions in the following areas:
  “ KAIST GSCT invites scholars to explore and theorize a wide array of future culture technologies at the time of Post-Metaverse. GSCT expects that human-manufactured artifacts will ultimately constitute Artificial Reality (AR). This includes the possibility of an AI-based AR that evolves without
human intervention.”
  1. Creative Technology (AI, Audio, Music, Visual Computing)
  2. Human & Culture Science (Affective Science, Network Science)
  3. Culture Technology Industry (Games, Virtual Reality, Art and Technology, Exhibition, Performance)

Requirements and Priority:
  1. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D., DPhil, or equivalent) at the point of application or appointment. Doctoral candidates must pass their final dissertation examination within six (6) months from the date of submission of the application (a guarantee of such schedule must be submitted concurrently by one’s advisor), and must obtain their degree before appointment at KAIST.
  2. Outstanding research achievements, and potential for excellent education and research.
  3. Commitment to new fields, interdisciplinary research, and cooperation with the industry.
  4. Ability to lecture in English.
  5. Female and non-Korean candidates will be given priority in case the final evaluation scores are tied.
  6. Applicants must:
    a. be in sound legal standing in accordance with Section 33 of National Civil Service Act;
    b. hold an active legal citizenship;
    c. not have evaded national military service;
    d. pass a physical exam before appointment.

Evaluation Process
  1. Departmental document subcommittee evaluation
  2. Departmental committee deep evaluation
  3. Seminar, in-person interview, departmental committee re-evaluation
  4. Interview with executives or university committee evaluation (for tenured associate professorship or full professorship).

Application Submission Window
  - June 9, 2021 ~ July 9, 2021 (Korea Standard Time, observed strictly)

Documents to Submit:
  - Application (use the prescribed form)
  - Major research accomplishments, teaching plans, research plans (use the prescribed forms)
  - Personal Information Collection and Usage Agreement (use the prescribed form)
  - Publication list (use the prescribed form)
  - Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  - Three (3) or more recommendation letters for Assistant or Associate Professorships, and six (6) of more for tenured Associate Professorships or Full Professorships. Applicable only to those invited to an in-person interview (to be notified individually).

How and Where to Submit
  - Via e-mail to GSCT Faculty Search Committee Chair at fschair@kaist.ac.kr

Notes
- Documents, once submitted, will not be returned.
- Documents should not contain personnel information that may prejudice the committee (names of one’s schools, place of origin, looks and appearances, family members, date of birth, etc.), or false information.
- Applicants are solely responsible for the contents of the documents, and appointment offers may be rescinded if inappropriateness or falsehoods are discovered later.

Inquiries
  - Professor Juyong Park (e-mail: juyongp@kaist.ac.kr / landline: +82-42-350-2924) of GSCT

Download
  - Announcement and Prescribed Forms
 
Tenure-Track Faculty Position Openings
Graduate School of Culture Technology (GSCT)-KAIST invites applications for 4 (four) tenure-track faculty position openings in the following areas:
  1. Creative Technology (HCI, AI, Audio, Music, Design, Visual Computing)
  2. Human & Culture Science (Affective Science, Network Science)
  3. Culture Industry (Games, Virtual Reality, Art and Technology, Exhibition, Performance)

Requirements and Priority:
  1. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D., DPhil, or equivalent) at the point of application or appointment. Doctoral candidates must pass their final dissertation examination within six (6) months from the date of submission of the application (a guarantee of such schedule must be submitted by one’s advisor concurrently), and must obtain their degree before appointment at KAIST. 
  2. Outstanding research achievements, and potential for excellent education and research.
  3. Commitment to new fields, interdisciplinary research, and cooperation with the industry.
  4. Ability to lecture in English.
  5. Female and non-Korean candidates will be given priority in case the final evaluation scores are tied.
  6. Applicants must:
    a. be in sound legal standing in accordance with Section 33 of National Civil Service Act;
    b. hold an active legal citizenship;
    c. not have evaded national military service;
    d. pass a physical exam before appointment.

Evaluation Process
  1. Departmental document subcommittee evaluation
  2. Departmental committee deep evaluation
  3. Seminar, in-person interview, departmental committee re-evaluation
  4. Interview with executives or university committee evaluation (for tenured associate professorship or full professorship).

Application Submission Window
  - February 24, 2021 ~ March 25, 2021

Documents to Submit:
  - Application (use the prescribed form)
  - Major research accomplishments, teaching plans, research plans (use the prescribed forms)
  - Personal Information Collection and Usage Agreement (use the prescribed form)
  - Publication list (use the prescribed form)
  - Curriculum Vitae (CV)  
  - Three (3) or more recommendation letters for Assistant or Associate Professorships, and six (6) of more for tenured Associate Professorships or Full Professorships. Applicable only to those invited to an in-person interview (to be notified individually).

How and Where to Submit
  - Via e-mail to GSCT Faculty Search Committee Chair at fschair@kaist.ac.kr

Notes
  - Documents will be returned once submitted.
  - Documents should not contain personnel information that may prejudice the committee (name of one’s school, place of origin, looks and appearances, family members, date of birth, etc.), or false information.
  - Applicants are solely responsible for the contents of the documents, and appointment offers may be rescinded if inappropriateness or falsehoods are discovered later.

Inquiries
  - Professor Juyong Park (e-mail: juyongp@kaist.ac.kr / landline: +82-42-350-2924) of GSCT

Download
  - Announcement and Prescribed Forms
 
Tenure-Track Faculty Position Openings
Graduate School of Culture Technology (GSCT)-KAIST invites applications for tenure-track faculty positions in the following areas:
  1. Digital Content Technology (Audio, Music, Games, HCI, Design, Visual Computing, Media Arts)
  2. Cultural Complex Systems and Data Science (Networks, Data Mining, Visualization)
  3. Science Art and Technology-Based Exhibition, Museum, and Performance.

Requirements and Qualifications:
  1. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D., DPhil, or equivalent) at the point of application or appointment. Doctoral candidates must pass their final dissertation examination within six (6) months from the date of submission of the application, and a guarantee of such schedule must be submitted by one’s advisor at the time of application.
  2. Outstanding research achievements, and potential for excellent education and research.
  3. Commitment to new fields, interdisciplinary research, and cooperation with the industry.
  4. Ability to lecture in English.
  5. Female and non-Korean candidates will be given priority in case the final evaluation scores are tied.
  6. Applicants must be in a sound legal standing, and pass a physical exam before employment. Korean nationals (former or current) who have evaded national military service cannot apply.

Evaluation Process
  1. Document evaluation (department subcommittee)
  2. Deep evaluation (department committee)
  3. Department seminar and evaluation
  4. Final decision by the college committee or the university committee (latter for tenured associate professorship or full professorship)

Application Submission Window
  - May 25, 2020 to June 26, 2020

Documents to Submit:
  - Application (use the prescribed form)
  - Major research accomplishments, teaching plans, research plans (use the prescribed forms)
  - Personal Information Collection and Usage Agreement (use the prescribed form)
  - Publication list (use the prescribed form)
  - Curriculum Vitae (CV) 
  - Three (3) recommendation letters for Assistant or Associate Professorships, and six (6) for Professorship. This applies to those who pass the document evaluation only (they will be notified via e-mail).

How and Where to Submit
  - Via e-mail to GSCT Chair of Faculty Search Committee at fschair@kaist.ac.kr .

Other Notes
  - No documents shall contain or mention information that may prejudice the committee (name of school, place of origin, looks and appearances, family members, etc.).
  - No documents will be returned to the applicants. False or untrue information may lead to cancellation of recommendation of employment.

Inquiries
  - GSCT Professor Juyong Park (e-mail: juyongp@kaist.ac.kr / phone: +82-42-350-2924)

Download
  - Announcement and Prescribed Forms
Open Faculty Positions
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Faculty Recruitment: - Thursday, 26 April 2018
Tenure-Track Faculty Position

The Graduate School of Culture Technology (GSCT) at KAIST(*) invites applicants for tenure-track faculty positions.

“Culture technology” is a multidisciplinary field drawing on virtually every aspect of our life and evolves rapidly with the advancement of digital technology. In this respect, GSCT conducts research on cutting-edge technologies that enhance and transform our culture based on collaborations across a variety of disciplines including engineering, natural/social science, and liberal/visual arts.

We are looking for candidates for tenure-track position in the broad areas of CT including but not limited to
  - Complex system for culture
  - Music technology
  - Design computing
  - Computational fabrication
An overview of current research and teaching programs at GSCT is available at http://ct.kaist.ac.kr.

Qualified candidates should hold doctoral degrees in any of the related areas and possess outstanding academic or research credentials. Strong motivation to perform inter-disciplinary research across the diverse fields of engineering, arts, and humanities is expected regardless of the candidates’ original academic background.

The application and the publication list form are available here and should be sent to

Chair of the Search Committee
Graduate School of Culture Technology
291 Daehak-ro, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon 34141, Republic of Korea
fschair@kaist.ac.kr

Although applications are accepted year-round, the above materials should be received on or before April 26, 2018 for prompt initial consideration. The appointment can begin in the fall semester of 2018. Note that the full application can be sent after the candidate passes the pre-screening process. The passed candidate will be notified individually.


(*) KAIST (formerly the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) was established by the government of Republic of Korea in 1971 as the nation’s first graduate school specializing in science and engineering education and research, and is now one of the world’s leading universities. For more information, visit http://www.kaist.ac.kr.