Tenure-Track Faculty Position Openings
Tenure-Track Faculty Position Openings
Open Faculty Positions
Faculty Recruitment: - Thursday, 26 April 2018
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

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.