The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sloan School of Management and MIT Schwarzman College of Computing in Cambridge MA, invite applications for a tenure-track faculty member to start July 1, 2021 or on a mutually agreed date thereafter. The search is for a candidate to be hired at the assistant professor level or higher commensurate with experience. The MIT Sloan School of Management and Schwarzman College of Computing offer supportive mentorship to new faculty, an exceptional environment for scientific inquiry, and a strong commitment to an inclusive, welcoming culture. Applications from under-represented minorities will be given our highest consideration.
We encourage applications from candidates whose research focuses on the broader consequences of the changing digital and information environment, market design, digital commerce and competition, as well as economic and social networks. Applicants should demonstrate the potential for research and teaching excellence building on growing the intellectual connections between computer science, data science, social science, and humanities, in order to bring a better conceptual framework for understanding social and economic implications, ethical dimensions, and regulation of these technologies. We are particularly interested in candidates from diverse fields who can build a strong methodological research base and contribute impactful insights on the interplay between computing systems and our understanding of individuals and societal institutions.
Faculty duties will include teaching undergraduate and graduate level courses and conducting research. Applicants should possess a PhD in Computer Science, Data Science, Operations Management, Economics, Marketing or other related field by the beginning of employment. The successful applicant will have a shared appointment in both the Sloan School of Management and the Schwarzman College of Computing, in either the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), or in the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society (IDSS).
Applications must include a cover letter, an up-to-date curriculum vita, three letters of recommendation, a personal statement describing research experience and aspirations, and a personal statement describing teaching aspirations and experience. Research papers should be included if available. In addition, candidates should provide a statement regarding their views on diversity, inclusion, and belonging, including past and current contributions as well as their vision and plans for the future in these areas.
Please submit all material via the link below by December 1, 2020.