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.
Exceptional candidates in all areas of electrical and computer engineering will be considered. Of particular interest are the following areas:
- Autonomy with particular focus on robotics and control theory. Application domains of special interest range from mobile, legged, humanoid and flying robotic systems to autonomous automotive systems.
- Bioengineering, with a focus on candidates committed to collaborations with other strengths on campus such as nanotechnology, instrumentation and wearable sensors, imaging, and neuroengineering.
- Computer engineering with focus on software and hardware, with application to systems security, software security, many-core systems, embedded/mobile platforms, high performance computing, resilient systems, non-conventional computing, hardware security, and cyber-physical systems.
- Electrical energy systems with emphasis on control, protection, automation, cyber-physical security, integration of renewables, reliability, and power electronics applications.
- Machine learning and data science. Domains of interest include theory and algorithms, imaging, physiological or biological sensing, and cellular or molecular engineering.
Diversity candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
Interested candidates should submit an application letter, curriculum vita, research and teaching statements, and names of three references electronically to the faculty positions website portal.
Review of applications will begin immediately. To receive full consideration, interested applicants should submit their materials before December 1, 2017.
Georgia Tech is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
Steve W. Chaddick School Chair of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
The College of Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology is seeking nominations and applications for the position of the Steve W. Chaddick School Chair of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). The School of ECE is the largest ECE school in the nation: 110 full-time faculty members, 1,419 undergraduates, and 1,137 graduate students with an annual operating budget, including external funding, of approximately $90 million. The School offers two bachelor degrees (electrical engineering, computer engineering), and master's and doctoral degrees in electrical and computer engineering. All ECE degree programs consistently rank in the top six by U.S. News and World Report and regularly draw top notch students both domestic and international. In addition to the
main campus in Atlanta, ECE has students and faculty at the Georgia Tech Lorraine campus in France and has a number of other international educational programs at sites that include China, Germany and Italy.
Owing to the School of ECE’s size and quality, decisions made here reverberate on a national scale. The diverse faculty broadly represents all areas of research and education in ECE including: Bioengineering, Computer Systems and Software, Digital Signal Processing, Electrical Energy, Electromagnetics, Electronic Design and Applications, Microelectronics/Microsystems, Optics and Photonics, Systems and Controls, Telecommunications, and VLSI Systems and Digital Design. Much of the research of the School is conducted through internationally recognized interdisciplinary centers. Additional information may be found at https://www.ece.gatech.edu/research/.
The Steve W. Chaddick School Chair reports to the Dean of the College of Engineering and has overall responsibility for the academic and research programs of ECE, including all administrative, budgetary, and personnel decisions, and external affairs. A candidate for the position must have a doctoral degree and international recognition in his/her specific discipline(s) with a record of excellence in technical, academic and professional achievements. Candidates must demonstrate a strong commitment to engineering education, interdisciplinary research, entrepreneurship, diversity, and inclusion. Candidates should have the strategic skills and vision necessary to advance ECE within a rapidly evolving multi-disciplinary and high-technology environment.
Applications and nominations should include a letter of interest, curriculum vitae and names and address of five references. Electronic submission of nominations and materials is preferred and should be submitted to: email@example.com. Review of application materials will begin November 15, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled. The Georgia Institute of Technology is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
Openings in other College of Engineering Schools
Frederick R. Dickerson Chair
Information Intensive Multi-modal Urban Transportation Systems
School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology
The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering invites outstanding applicants to add to our existing strengths in information intensive transportation engineering. We seek candidates in the broad area of data intensive multi-modal transportation system analysis and performance, with specific interests in the application of information technologies and autonomy to mobility and operations. A joint appointment between civil engineering and computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering or industrial and systems engineering is possible. The ideal candidate will complement and bring synergy to existing strengths and the ongoing research of transportation-related faculty at Georgia Tech. This Chair position will stimulate major innovation initiatives in advancing multi-modal urban transportation systems, including both human-driven and automated vehicles, to facilitate system performance and efficiency in light of resiliency and sustainability motivators such as congestion reduction, climate change, air quality, energy conservation, noise minimization, public health and social equity. Preference will be given to those candidates who have demonstrated success in collaborating with communication, information or transportation industry partners to translate research developments into practical implemented solutions.
Screening of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Candidates must hold a doctoral degree in civil engineering or a related field that supports the vision for the Dickerson Chair position. Candidates should ideally be established researchers with strong leadership and entrepreneurial skills and have significant experience in academia and/or industry. The appointed individual will be expected to contribute to the innovation, research and teaching missions of the School and Institute. The position is located at the Georgia Tech main campus in Atlanta. Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating background and experience, a curriculum vita, and a one-page vision statement for the future of information intensive urban transportation systems to:
Dickerson Search Committee Chair
School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology
790 Atlantic Drive
Atlanta, GA 30332-0355
The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering is situated at the heart of the Georgia Institute of Technology campus in Midtown Atlanta and benefits from its association with a vibrant, global metropolis. Georgia Tech, a unit of the University System of Georgia, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and encourages applications from women and members of traditionally under-represented minority groups. For more information regarding the Dickerson Chair, please visit http://www.dickerson.gatech.edu. For more information regarding the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, please visit http://www.ce.gatech.edu/.
The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology invites applications for the position of Lecturer of the Undergraduate Professional Communications Program (UPCP).
We are seeking a dynamic individual who is invested in engineering education and experienced teaching technical/professional writing and presentation to university students. This is an exceptional career opportunity for someone interested in contributing to the continuous growth and development of a discipline-specific writing program dedicated to empowering next-generation and this-generation engineering students with the communication skills they need to thrive in the 21st century. We encourage applications from entrepreneurial-minded, results-driven individuals with an MA in technical writing, writing studies, or a related field who are looking for a non-traditional career path in an engineering-centric environment that offers intellectual, academic, and professional flexibility.
The successful candidate will be expected to deliver highly effective, engineering-specific visual and multimodal communication instruction and resources while collaborating with the UPCP Director to advance the exciting and innovative work of ECE’s communication program.
This is a full-time, 12-month, non-tenure track academic position with appointment beginning in August 2017. Salary commensurate with qualifications and Includes benefits.
Please submit resumes to Linda Dillon at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 404-894-2909 (fax) or 777 Atlantic Drive, Atlanta, GA 30332-0250. Selection process will include passing a background screening.
Last revised October 4, 2017