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Saturday, January 11, 2014 by Chris Wellekens

6-26 (2013-11-15) Director at ICSI, Berkeley, CA, USA


International Computer Science Institute

Berkeley, California

The International Computer Science Institute (ICSI) is a leading center for research in computer

science and one of the few independent, nonprofit research institutes in the United States. With its

unique emphasis on international collaboration, ICSI brings together experts from around the world to

focus on a variety of computer science topics. This is accomplished through active international

visitor programs in which researchers from abroad visit ICSI to work with staff scientists and their

networks of academic, government, and industrial partners. There are approximately eighty scientists

in residence at ICSI including principal investigators, postdoctoral associates, visiting researchers, and

students. ICSI funding primarily comes from US Federal agencies and international visitor programs.

To learn more about ICSI, please go to

ICSI is currently seeking candidates for Director of the institute. The Director will serve as the leader

and administrative head of the Institute, and report directly to the Board of Trustees. As institute

leader, the ICSI Director’s primary responsibilities are to act as an external advocate for ICSI research

and to work collaboratively with ICSI researchers and staff to: strengthen and expand ICSI’s research

agenda, identify and pursue strategic funding opportunities; maintain and expand ICSI’s international

visitor programs; and re-envision ICSI’s relationship with UC Berkeley. The Director will also

continue her/his own research program, if applicable, but the Director’s main goal is to create an

environment that enables ICSI researchers to succeed.

ICSI is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications from women and minorities

are especially encouraged. Please send CVs to



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