University of Texas at Dallas 800 W Campbell Rd, Richardson, TX, USA
Nov 27, 2019Full time
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING ERIK JONSSON SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT DALLAS The Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science at The University of Texas at Dallas invites applications for a faculty position at the Assistant, Associate, or Full 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 at the Assistant Professor and Associate Professor levels 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.) The successful candidate is eligible to benefit from the prestigious $5M Texas Instruments endowment to support early career faculty members in electrical/computer engineering. https://www.utdallas.edu/news/giving/ti-gift-early-career-faculty-2019/ 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 its reputation has gained national recognition. The enrollment at UT Dallas has now grown to more than 29,000 students of which 8,450 are in ECS.