The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology invites applications for tenure-track faculty at the Assistant and Associate Professor level. Applicants should have an earned Ph.D. or equivalent. The School seeks individuals with outstanding potential for research achievement, and a strong aptitude and interest in undergraduate and graduate teaching. Related industry experience is desirable.
Candidates are sought with interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary backgrounds and interests in the following areas:
- Energy systems with emphasis on control, automation, integration of renewables, reliability, and power electronics applications.
- Computer Engineering with focus on software and architecture, with application to many-core systems, embedded/mobile platforms, high performance computing, or resilient systems.
- Novel electronic materials by design, nano systems and technologies that address major social problems.
Exceptional candidates in other areas will also be considered. Diversity candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. For more information about the School of ECE at Georgia Tech, please visit http://www.ece.gatech.edu
Interested candidates should submit an application letter, curriculum vita, research and teaching statements, and names of three references electronically at: http://facjobs.ece.gatech.edu.
Review of applications will begin immediately. To receive the most serious consideration, interested applicants should submit their materials before November 15, 2014. Georgia Tech is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
Mark and Linda Smith Chair in Bioengineering
The Georgia Institute of Technology announces the newly created Mark and Linda Smith Chair in Bioengineering in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Applications and nominations for external candidates for this endowed chair are now being accepted. Competitive candidates with a distinguished record of performance broadly related to biomedical engineering and its interdisciplinary applications are strongly desired. Of particular interest are candidates that connect research in biology, medicine, or health care to electrical and computer engineering, with possible emphasis areas including (but not limited to) bioinformatics, bioMEMS, biosensing, neural engineering, medical imaging, medical robotics, or health care related research. Candidates are also expected to show passion and leadership for educational activities at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
The Mark and Linda Smith Chair in Bioengineering will establish a high-visibility/high-impact research program funded by industry and government, help attract outstanding students and faculty to the program, and serve as a mentor to other faculty. The academic salary for the Chair holder will be paid from Institute funds, enabling funds generated by the endowment to be used by the Chair holder for the purposes of research support and program development. Salary will be fully competitive.
Interested candidates should submit an application letter, curriculum vita, research and teaching statements, and names of three references electronically at: http://smithchair.ece.gatech.edu.
Review of applications will begin on November 15, 2014 and will continue until a hiring decision is reached. Georgia Tech is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
Faculty position at ECE/GT-Lorraine
The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology is seeking candidates for a tenure-track position at the rank of associate professor/full professor for their dynamic and rapid growing research group located on the European Campus of Georgia Tech (GT-Lorraine) in Metz, France.
Applications are welcome from candidates with research interests in the following areas: optoelectronics, photonics, semiconductor materials and devices, novel energy-efficient devices, integrated sensors, and integrated micro/nanosystems.
Applications are encouraged from candidates with strong industry experience. Candidates should be fluent both in English and in French.
The candidates should have a PhD degree, excellent academic credentials, a strong commitment to undergraduate and graduate teaching and learning, and active participation in GT-Lorraine’s academic programs. Previous experience of lab management is highly desirable. Successful candidates will be expected to initiate and carry out independent research, and demonstrate the ability to establish research program in connection with industry while playing a leadership role in GT-Lorraine's international research laboratory, the GT-CNRS UMI 2958.
Candidates should submit an application letter, curriculum vita, research and teaching statements, and names of three references to Prof. Abdallah Ougazzaden, director of Georgia Tech Lorraine.
Review of applications will begin immediately. To receive the most serious consideration, interested applicants should submit their materials before October 1, 2014. Georgia Tech is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
Last revised on September 19, 2014.