The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Utah State University is seeking applications for three tenure track faculty positions at the assistant professor level.
Computer engineering (two positions): The department is interested in strengthening its focus on all areas of computer engineering, with a special interest in: trustworthy computing in hardware, embedded systems, reconfigurable computing, and internet of things.
Control systems engineering (one position): Candidates must have expertise in, but not restricted to, one of the following areas: control systems, robotics, unmanned or autonomous vehicles (air, land, sea), and distributed systems.
Candidates should have successfully defended their PhD dissertation in an in electrical or computer engineering or a related field by the time of appointment. The ideal candidate must demonstrate a strong record of publications, have excellent communication skills, and show an interest in teaching and serve in meaningful ways at the department level. Candidates are expected to build a strong program of funded research and to be effective teachers at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.
Minimum qualifications are:
- Earned doctorate in an appropriate field.
- Ability to teach in the area of expertise.
- Ability to conduct and disseminate research in an area within the discipline as evidenced by an established publication record.
- Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
The ECE Department at USU has about 260 undergraduates, 85 Masters and PhD students, and 16 faculty members who collectively attract $2M/year in external research funds (http://ece.usu.edu). USU is located in a spectacular Rocky Mountain valley that offers year-round recreation and is 80 miles north of Salt Lake City.