The Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science at The University of Texas at Dallas invites applications for three faculty positions at the Assistant Professor level in all areas of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at UT Dallas has over 50 faculty members, approximately 600 EE and 550 CE undergraduate students, 425 EE and 90 CE graduate students, and offers BS, MS, and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering, as well as MS and PhD degrees in Telecommunications Engineering. Areas of research expertise include microelectronics, photonics, communications and networks, signal processing, machine learning, embedded systems, analog electronics, power and energy systems, and control. Particular emphasis will be placed upon candidates having research expertise in either computer engineering, or power and energy systems, or both. Examples include: Security, Electronic Design Automation, Machine Learning (and Embedded ML), Hardware Accelerators, Hybrid Computing, Human-Computer Interactions (Auditory), Data Center Architectures; Data Center Power Systems and Renewable Energy.
Located in the center of one of the most dynamic economic and demographic regions of the nation, The University of Texas at Dallas is a young, dynamic research institution on the cutting edge of science, technology, medicine, business, and the arts. In recent years, the University’s teaching mission has expanded, its external research funding has nearly doubled, its program offerings have grown, and it has gained national and international recognition. The enrollment at UT Dallas has now grown to more than 29,000 students of which 8,450 are in ECS.
Qualified candidates must have a strong commitment to undergraduate and graduate education, and the potential to develop an externally funded research program.
Review of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Indication of gender and ethnicity for affirmative action statistical purposes is requested as part of the application.
To apply for this position, applicants should submit a letter of application; a current curriculum vitae; statements of research and teaching interests; recent teaching evaluations (if available); and the full contact information for at least three academic or professional references.
An earned graduate degree appropriate to the academic discipline and a record of productivity and professional achievement.
Preferred Education and Experience:
Earned PhD in Electrical or Computer Engineering or Computer Science or a closely related field is required.
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Internal Number: 13248
About The University of Texas at Dallas
The University of Texas at Dallas is an innovative institution in the heart of North Texas on the path to achieving Tier One national research university status.UT Dallas has grown since its founding in 1969 to include 132 degree programs, with cutting-edge curricula serving a variety of undergraduate and graduate student interests.The University continues its original commitment to providing some of the state's most-lauded science and engineering programs and has also gained prominence for a breadth of educational paths, from criminology to biomedical engineering to arts and technology.The wealth of learning resources available to UT Dallas students is the result of a concentrated effort to attract the top minds on both ends of the classroom relationship. Joining the faculty's Nobel laureate and four National Academies members since 2005 are more than 200 tenure and tenure-track professors hailing from the world's best colleges, including Harvard, MIT, Cambridge and Columbia University. In addition, UT Dallas is home to more than 50 centers, labs and institutes that facilitate research and opportunities for hands-on learning. Students, meanwhile, arrive at UT Dallas well-prepared ...to succeed in higher education: In 2011, nearly 39 percent of freshmen ranked in the top 10 percent of their high school class, and 75 percent ranked in the top 25 percent.With an eye on building a future as bright as its beginnings, UT Dallas will continue its push to attain Tier One research university status and produce graduates who are well-equipped to succeed professionally.