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Open Faculty Positions in Electrical Engineering

University of Notre Dame


Location:
South Bend, Indiana
Date:
11/01/2017
2017-11-012017-11-30
Job Type:
Employee
Job Status:
Full Time
Categories:
  • Electronics Engineer
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University of Notre Dame

Open Faculty Positions in Electrical Engineering

 The Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Notre Dame invites applications and nominations for tenured and tenure-track faculty positions.  Appointments at all levels – from assistant professor to full professor with an endowed chair – are possible. All technical areas will be considered, but areas of particular interest include:

  • Energy-efficient and high-performance computing in the “post Moore’s Law era,” including circuits based on emerging materials/device technologies that enable applications such as self-powered wearable electronics, neuromorphic circuits, and IoT applications;
  • electronic materials and devices;
  • system-level methods and technologies (e.g., communications/networking, control, and signal processing) that address grand challenges such as reliable and affordable power delivery, environmental monitoring, smart manufacturing, healthcare, and security.

 Applicants must submit a CV, a teaching statement, a research statement, and contact information for three professional references.  All materials can be provided at http://apply.interfolio.com/45241. For best consideration, applicants are encouraged to apply by December 31, 2017.

 

 Notre Dame is located in South Bend, Indiana, a vibrant and affordable community just minutes from Lake Michigan and a short drive to Chicago.  The city is actively collaborating with the University on several economic and technological development activities, including the establishment of a city-wide advanced wireless research testbed.

 "The University is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer; we strongly encourage applications from women, minorities, veterans, individuals with a disability and those candidates attracted to a university with a Catholic identity.”