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Assistant Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering

Montana State University

Bozeman, Montana 59717
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Overview:  The Montana State University ECE Department seeks applicants in all areas of electrical and computer engineering to join our dynamic academic team. The Department has strength in both traditional and emerging areas of engineering, and we particularly seek individuals who are excited about opportunities for applied research, hands-on teaching, and professional service as part of the Land-Grant mission. Competitively-awarded research expenditures in the ECE Department from external sources last year topped $2.8M, with funding from NSF, DoD, NASA, DoE, and many other public and private agencies. Enrolling 450 students, the Department offers undergraduate degrees in Electrical Engineering and in Computer Engineering, and graduate MS and PhD degrees in EE. 

About Montana State University:  MSU-Bozeman is minutes away from public trails and blue ribbon trout streams, less than an hour from Big Sky and Bridger Bowl ski resorts, and just 90 miles from Yellowstone National Park. Bozeman also is the home of more than 100 small high-tech businesses and 650 non-profit community organizations. You can build an outstanding academic career in the fresh air of the northern Rocky Mountains.

Please visit MSU’s Job Page for the complete announcement and application procedures.


Equal Opportunity Employer, Veterans/Disabled


  1. PhD in Electrical or Computer Engineering, or closely related field by start date
  2. Record of quality peer-reviewed and other scholarly publications
  3. Demonstrated potential for effective undergraduate and graduate teaching in Electrical and/or Computer Engineering
  4. Demonstrated potential for developing a nationally recognized, externally funded scholarly program in an appropriate focus area