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Computer science is an exciting area and we warmly welcome new members to our community and are strongly commited to increasing diversity and inclusion. Perhaps you'd like to join us...

...as a faculty member

We would like you to join us as well, but we do not currently have an active search. Feel free to check back another time.

...as a postdoc

Current openings include the following:

  • Dr. Flavio Esposito invites applications for a full-time postdoctoral scholar in Computer Networks. The postdoc will conduct research at the intersection between network management, (cutting) edge computing, and machine learning. The researcher will work closely with a multi-disciplinary team of students, faculty, and industry members, in the recently completed Saint Louis University Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Building. The Researcher should have a Ph.D. degree in computer science or a closely-related discipline, a good publication record, and should be familiar with machine learning for networks, networks for machine learning, and network management.

    Interested applicants must apply at https://slu.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/Careers/job/Ritter-Hall/Post-Doctoral-Fellow-in-Computer-Science_2020-00837.  (Feel free to ignore the description of this position as "medical research" on that site, as that was inadvertant).  Applications are also encouraged to contact Dr. Esposito with a research statement and three selected publications.

...as a graduate student

Read more about our existing graduate programs and how to apply.

...as an undergraduate student

Read more about our existing undergraduate programs. If you would be a new first-time or transfer student to SLU, contact Undergraduate Admissions. If you are an existing SLU student and interested in discussing our majors and minors, please reach out to the department in Ritter 357 or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

...as a student in our classes

We offer several great introductory classes for students in other majors who would like to learn about how computing can open up possibilities.