The University of Arkansas invites applications for tenure-track faculty positions at all levels in the Electrical Engineering Department beginning Fall Semester 2001. Preference will be given to candidates with expertise in telecommunications, and wireless communications. Applicants should hold an earned doctorate in Electrical or Computer Engineering and should have demonstrated potential to excel in teaching and research. Nominations for the position of "Chair" in these areas are also encouraged. Each applicant should prepare a one-to-two page statement describing research plans as well as the significance and context of prior research. Application packages consisting of resume, research statement, and three references (with complete information) are requested. Submit applications to Professor & Head A. Elshabini, ELEG Department, 3217 Bell Engineering Center, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, 72701. Screening will begin January 15, 2001and will continue until suitable candidates are on board. A total of 21 tenure-track faculty positions exist within the Electrical Engineering Department and the departmental faculty size is anticipated to grow 20% in the next academic year. Electrical Engineering encompasses HiDEC Packaging research center, a DARPA funded center since 1991. Research funding is on the order of $7.5 million/year, with $3.89 million spent in 1999-2000. Enrollment in the department is approximately 381 students with 213 undergraduates. More information can be found at this sitewww.ee.uark.edu. The University of Arkansas is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Please see the Arizona State University East advertisement under Computer Engineering Technology.
Grove City College is seeking highly qualified applicants for a full-time faculty position in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering beginning in Fall, 2001. The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. in Electrical or Computer Engineering as well as teaching and industrial experience. An emphasis in computer engineering (especially embedded computing systems, computer hardware design, HDL, and logic synthesis) is preferred, and experience in computer networking is especially desirable. Interested parties specializing in control systems or communication systems are also encouraged to apply. A focus on quality teaching is foremost at Grove City College, and the candidate must also have a commitment to teaching at a Christian liberal arts college. The candidate must have a strong desire to work closely with highly motivated undergraduate students in laboratory and classroom settings, and be willing to advise senior design projects and help in curriculum development. Rank and salary for this position will be commensurate with the candidate's qualifications. Located on a beautiful campus in western Pennsylvania, Grove City College is a nationally recognized, independent, competitive liberal arts and pre-professional college with a strong Christian tradition and environment. Current enrollment is approximately 2300 students; average SAT for entering freshmen is 1250+. Send a letter of application including a statement of teaching philosophy, vita and a list of three references to: Joseph F. Goncz, Jr., Dean, Albert A. Hopeman, Jr., School of Science and Engineering, Grove City College, 100 Campus Drive, Grove City, PA 16127-2104. Review of applications will commence immediately. Grove City College is a private educational institution. It does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, creed, sex, marital status, disability, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other college-administrative programs. Grove City College is seeking highly qualified applicants for a full-time faculty position in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering beginning in Fall, 2001. The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. in Electrical or Computer Engineering as well as teaching and industrial experience. An emphasis in computer engineering (especially embedded computing systems, computer hardware design, HDL, and logic synthesis) is preferred, and experience in computer networking is especially desirable. Interested parties specializing in control systems or communication systems are also encouraged to apply. A focus on quality teaching is foremost at Grove City College, and the candidate must also have a commitment to teaching at a Christian liberal arts college. The candidate must have a strong desire to work closely with highly motivated undergraduate students in laboratory and classroom settings, and be willing to advise senior design projects and help in curriculum development. Rank and salary for this position will be commensurate with the candidate's qualifications. Located on a beautiful campus in western Pennsylvania, Grove City College is a nationally recognized, independent, competitive liberal arts and pre-professional college with a strong Christian tradition and environment. Current enrollment is approximately 2300 students; average SAT for entering freshmen is 1250+. Send a letter of application including a statement of teaching philosophy, vita and a list of three references to: Joseph F. Goncz, Jr., Dean, Albert A. Hopeman, Jr., School of Science and Engineering, Grove City College, 100 Campus Drive, Grove City, PA 16127-2104. Review of applications will commence immediately. Grove City College is a private educational institution. It does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, creed, sex, marital status, disability, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other college-administrative programs.
Tenure track assistant professor in Electrical Engineering; Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering or closely related field, eligible to become Registered Professional Engineer in Texas. Teaching duties may include undergraduate engineering and engineering technology courses in mechatronics, microcomputers, electrical control systems and electrical engineering design. A maturing & enthusiastic Christian faith & commitment to the mission of a residential, evangelical Christian university essential. See www.letu.edu/news/jobs for more information. E-mail: GlennSumrall@letu.edu or send letter and CV to Dr. Glenn Sumrall, Provost, LeTourneau University, Box 7001, Longview, Texas 75607-7001. FAX (903)233-3259.
Please see the College of New Jersey advertisement under Mechanical Engineering.
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, North Dakota State University invites application for a tenure-track position(s), preferably at the assistant-professor level. Applicants should possess a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering or related field and show evidence of teaching and research ability consistent with department goals. Effective oral and written communication skills are required and good computer skills are preferred. Duties include undergraduate and graduate teaching, research and service. A competitive start-up package is available. Send cover letter, resume and contact information for three references to Dr. Daniel Ewert, Faculty Search Committee Chair, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, North Dakota State University, P.O. Box 5285, Fargo, ND 58105-5285. Applications will be considered beginning January 1, 2001, and will continue until position is filled. North Dakota State University is an equal opportunity employer.
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, top-rated in undergraduate Engineering, Math, and Science, invites applications for full-time faculty in Electrical and Computer Engineering at all levels and areas. Ph.D. required. Submit vita, references, statement of teaching/research philosophy, and specialty area(s) to ECE Faculty Search, Rose-Hulman, 5500 Wabash Ave., Terre Haute, IN 47803. Applications accepted until positions are filled. Additional information is available at www.rose-hulman.edu. Rose-Hulman is an equal-opportunity, affirmative action employer.
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Western Michigan University, is seeking faculty for two interdisciplinary tenure-track positions beginning fall 2001. The doctorate in electrical or computer engineering or related area with appropriate specialization is required for each position. Biomedical Engineering Disciplines: Electrical & Computer Engineering/Blind Rehabilitation/Biological Sciences/Physics. The successful candidate will be prepared to develop curriculum at the undergraduate levels, develop a research program, and obtain grant funding leading to innovative collaboration in the area of biomedical instrumentation. Software Engineering & Electronic Commerce Disciplines: Electrical & Computer Engineering/College of Business/Computer Science/Mathematics & Statistics. The successful candidate is expected to develop curriculum at the undergraduate and graduate level, develop a research program, and obtain grant funding leading to innovative collaboration in the areas of real-time systems, computer architecture, information technology, software engineering, and electronic commerce. Submit applications to: Hossein Mousavinezhad, Chair, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ). Western Michigan University is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer. In addition, it has embarked upon a vigorous affirmative action program and encourages the applications of qualified women and members of minority groups.
Electrical and Computer Engineering:
Lake Superior State University's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering seeks outstanding candidates in computer engineering for teaching and research in its undergraduate Computer Engineering degree program. The program has an option in "Robotics and Automation." This program utilizes state-of -the-art laboratories housing several robots and multi-robot work cells, undergraduate research laboratories, and a senior project engineering design center. The successful candidate will teach and possibly develop courses in several of the following areas: computer architecture, real-time embedded system design, hardware/software co-design and verification, digital system design, faulty tolerant computing, artificial intelligence, robotics, compilers, distributed computing, operating systems, and software engineering. Qualifications: Applicants must have an earned doctorate in computer engineering, electrical engineering or a closely related field and be committed to undergraduate teaching and to the development or expansion of sponsored research. Senior-level applicants should have a distinguished teaching record and demonstrated leadership in building a research program. Applicants must be competent in spoken and written English and have the ability to work in a mutidisplinary team environment. A demonstrated potential for scholarly activity and excellence in teaching are required. Term of Appointment: Academic year (9 month), tenure-track. Position will commence August 2001. Location: Lake Superior State University, a four year, comprehensive, state-supported institution, is located in the Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Enrollment is approximately 3,100. Visit our Web site (http://www.Issu.edu) for additional information about LSSU, the local community and our benefit offerings. Applications: Submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and the names and addresses of at least three references to Human Resources Office; Computer Engineering Faculty Search Committee; Lake Superior State University; 650 W. Easterday Avenue; Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783. Application information can be E-,mailed to: humanresources@gw.Issu.edu or faxed to: 906-635-2111. For additional information, contact the Human Resources Office at (906) 635-2213. Review of applications will commence immediately, and will continue until position is filled. An Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply.
Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology:
The Department of Engineering Technology at Cal Poly Pomona is seeking applications for a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor position in Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology, a four-year TAC/ABET-accredited program, beginning Fall 2001. Minimum qualifications: (a) a B.S. and M.S. degree in E.E. or ET or a closely related field; (b) three years relevant industrial experience; (c) a commitment to teaching and laboratory development; (d) expertise in circuit analysis, analog and digital electronics, computer literacy, microprocessors, C programming, communications, control systems; excellent communication skills, ability to work with others in a multi-discipline department; and be responsive to the educational equity goals in the university=s increasing ethnic diversity and international character. For full details, write or e-mail to Chair, Faculty Search Committee, Department of Engineering Technology, Cal Poly Pomona, 3801 W. Temple Ave., Pomona, CA 91768, e-mail:email@example.com . Application reviews begin March 1, 2001.
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science:
Idaho State University (ISU) College of Engineering invites applications for tenure track positions in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. EE Position: Preferred areas of specialization are micro-electronics, digital signal processing, microprocessors, analog and digital electronics, microwave engineering and communications. CS Position: Preferred areas of specialization are computer graphics, algorithms and computational theory, computer-human interaction, computer security, data management, distributed and real-time systems, software methodology, AI, VLSI, computer architecture, computer arithmetic, networking, microprocessors, and analog and digital electronics. To apply: Submit a letter of application, resume, statements of teaching and research interests, and a minimum of three letters of reference to: David Miller, Director of Human Resources, EE Search or CS Search, Idaho State University, Campus Box 8107, Pocatello, ID 83209-8107. Further information is available atwww.coe.isu.edu/engrg/coe_jobs.html. To learn more about the University and the College of Engineering, see www.isu.edu or www.coe.isu.edu/engrg. Questions should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 208-282-2902. Review of applications will begin upon receipt. Search will continue until position is filled. Idaho State University is an AA/EOE.
Electrical and Computer Engineering:
The Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering is a new institution that strives to provide the best and most innovative engineering education to the world's brightest and most enterprising students. The College is seeking exceptional faculty dedicated to exemplary undergraduate teaching and committed to innovation and intellectual vitality through one or more creative endeavors. Faculty are sought with a demonstrated record of excellence in undergraduate electrical engineering and/or computer engineering education and research. Individuals that bridge multiple areas in Electrical and Computer Engineering and who are able to move rapidly into new areas within and across multiple disciplines are preferred. Agile thinking, innovation, and entrepreneurship will be highly valued attributes in selecting new faculty. Faculty will continuously create, implement and improve a dynamic curriculum, work in multidisciplinary teams, conduct research or other creative endeavors, and interact with institutions and organizations worldwide to provide the very best learning experiences for students at the Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering. The Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, established in 1997 by a major commitment from the Franklin. W. Olin Foundation, will provide all students a full 4-year scholarship. An entirely new campus is currently under construction in Needham, MA, adjacent to Babson College. While Olin College is a completely independent institution, access to the Babson's world-class programs and other colleges near Boston's Route 128 high-technology corridor will enrich the opportunities available to Olin faculty and students. To apply please send an application letter describing your teaching, research and other professional goals and accomplishments with a current resume to: Electrical Engineering / Computer Engineering Faculty Search, c/o Dr. David V. Kerns, Jr., Provost, Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, MS-S, 1735 Great Plain Ave., Needham, MA, 02492-1245. Email:email@example.com. For more information visit: www.olin.edu. Applications and nominations will be considered until all open positions are filled. The Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Electrical and Computer Engineering:
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Wichita State University, a Ph.D. granting Department, invites applications for several tenure-eligible faculty positions in digital design, computer architecture, and computer networking, to begin the Fall of 2001. Wichita State University, with about 15,000 students, is located in Wichita, Kansas, the largest city in Kansas and the industrial center of the state. The greater Wichita area has a population of about 500,000 and is home to several aircraft manufacturers, many aircraft-supporting industries, LSI Logic, IFR International, etc. Wichita is a modern city with an average cost of living and a moderate climate. The City has professional baseball and hockey teams, a convention center, Exploration Place (a new multi-million dollar science and technology education center), a symphony orchestra, several museums and art centers, an award-winning zoo, and the Cosmosphere nearby (a large collection of U.S. and Russian space artifacts). The ECE Department offers B.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering and in Computer Engineering. The Department offers MS and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering. The Department has 11 tenured faculty, several adjuncts, and 4 Teaching Fellows. The Department has about 350 undergraduate students, 160 MS students, and 25 PhD students. The Department houses a Cisco Systems CCIE Preparation Lab. The Department also has a state-of-the-art Computer Networking Lab heavily supported by Cisco Systems (in excess of $3M), and a computer architecture lab. These labs provide opportunities for state-of-the-art research in computer networking and computer architecture. Required qualifications for appointment as Assistant Professor: eligibility to work in the United States; a Doctorate in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or Computer Science, with a specialty in digital design, computer architecture, or computer networking; successful experience with diverse populations; ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing; ability to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in electrical & computer engineering; ability to advise undergraduate students; ability to supervise MS and PhD students in their theses and dissertations; ability to obtain research funding; ability to conduct an active research program; ability to publish the results of the research in professional journals and professional society conferences; and ability and willingness to actively participate in professional societies and in service to the university. Appointment as Associate Professor has the same requirements as above, but with significant documentation of accomplishments in the above areas. To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by March 1, 2001. Applications will be reviewed until determination(s) is(are) made with regard to filling the position(s). Additional details may be found at out Web site: http://www.engr.twsu.edu/ee. Applicants should send their resume, a list of references, and a cover letter to: Dr. Edwin Sawan, Chair, Search Committee, ECE Department, Wichita State University, 1845 N. Fairmount, Wichita, KS 67260-0044. Wichita State University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.
Electrical and Systems Engineering:
Oakland University - School of Engineering and Computer Science: Electrical and Systems Engineering (ESE)- Oakland University (O.U.) invites applications for faculty positions (tenured or tenure-track, commensurate with experience and accomplishments).Solid background in EE is required. (1) Primary area of interest is electronic/microelectronic systems and digital system design, with preference given to candidates with hardware expertise and experience in directing student projects. All candidates must have an earned Ph.D. in engineering and have demonstrated ability or a high degree of potential to direct research and attract industrial and government sponsorship, and also have demonstrated devotion to classroom and lab teaching/development. Located in southern Michigan, O.U. is a state-assisted institution enrolling 15000 students. ESE undergraduate and graduate enrollment (M.S. electrical and computer engineering, systems engineering, engineering management and Ph.D. programs) is about 550 students. Adjacent to campus is one of the fastest growing technology parks in the U.S. Send current resume, statement concerning teaching and research interests, and a list of three references to: Professor Naim A. Kheir, Chair, ESE Department, School of Engineering and Compute Science, Oakland University, Rochester, MI 48309-4478. Citizenship and/or immigration status should be stated. Review of applications will begin January 2001. O.U. is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer and especially encourages applications from women and minorities.
Electrical Engineering Technology:
Electrical Engineering Technology: Assistant/Associate Professor - Beginning August 16, 2001. Applicant must have knowledge in Digital Systems, Microcontrollers, Microprocessors, Communications, and PLCs. Responsible for teaching a variety of courses in a modern Electrical Engineering Technology program. Qualifications are an earned doctorate with bachelors and masters degree in electrical engineering or electrical engineering technology, three years of relevant industrial and/or teaching experience, and excellent communication skills. Prompt P.E. certification is expected. Tenure requires publication and grant record in the discipline. Deadline: complete applications must be received by January 15, 2001. Send a letter of application, vita, and names and telephone numbers of three references to: EET Search Chair, Technology Department, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois 60115-2854. NIU is an AA/EEO Institution.
The American University of Sharjah (AUS) [http://www.aus.ac.ae] is a non-profit, coeducational institution of higher education formed on the American model. Student applicants are considered on the basis of their qualifications regardless of race, color, gender, religion, disabilities, age or national origin. The medium of instruction is English. Baccalaureate degrees are offered in twenty-five majors by the faculty of four schools: Arts and Sciences, Business and Management, Architecture and Design, and Engineering. The curricula of the programs are based on the American model of liberal education and include a strong general education requirement. The 316 acre campus of AUS is part of the 1600 acre University City complex located ten miles from the center of Sharjah City [ http://www.sharjah-welcome.com ] and fifteen miles from the city of Dubai [ http://www.dubai.com ]. The Emirate of Sharjah is situated between the shores of the Arabian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman and has beautiful beaches and lovely varied scenery. Architecturally distinguished facilities have been constructed to accommodate 4,000 students. The physical plant include eight academic buildings, administration, library, athletic structures and residential compounds for faculty, staff and students. All academic buildings are equipped with state-of-the-art language, science, and engineering laboratories and computer facilities. The projected student enrollment in the 2001 fall semester is 2,500. Currently, AUS has 145 full-time faculty and 400 full-time staff. The engineering programs at AUS are designed to meet the ABET General Criteria 2000 as well as the program criteria for chemical, civil, computer, electrical, and mechanical engineering. The School anticipates filling new faculty positions in its three divisions. Minimum credentials for consideration includes an earned doctorate, a proven record of teaching and scholarship, a demonstrated interest in participating in the development of a first class undergraduate program in a theory and practice oriented setting with strong laboratory components. Fluency in English is required since all instruction is conducted in the English language. Candidates who have earned at least one degree (undergraduate or graduate) from a school with an ABET or CEAB accredited program in the relevant field will be given preference. The Division of Chemical, Thermal, and Mechanical Engineering seeks applicants with expertise in the following subspecialties: chemical reactor kinetics, chemical and petroleum processing and refining, materials engineering, materials science, and industrial engineering. The Division of Civil, Environmental, and Urban Systems Engineering seeks faculty with expertise in: environmental engineering and water resources. The Division of Electrical, Electronic, and Computer Engineering solicits faculty with expertise in software engineering, computer networks, distributed systems, and advanced computer architecture. Applicants with expertise in other related areas in computer engineering and electrical engineering will be considered. It is also anticipated that each division will have one or more openings at the laboratory instructor level. Such positions require an M.S. degree, preferably from an institution with accredited engineering programs (ABET or CEAB). Applicants for all positions should have a terminal degree in the appropriate field and show evidence of a commitment to excellence in teaching. As appropriate, faculty will be expected to employ methods that utilize new instructional technologies. Experience with project based instruction and/or interdisciplinary instruction is welcomed. Faculty must be committed to the vision of this institution as an independent university thoroughly grounded in Arab culture while serving the diverse populations of the region. While AUS emphasizes undergraduate teaching, retention and promotion require that faculty publish/produce peer reviewed research and/or other forms of creative work appropriate for their discipline. Initial contracts are normally for a period of two years and are renewable. Rank will be determined by previous employment history. Faculty at AUS receive tax free competitive pay and an attractive benefits package that includes free on-campus furnished housing and utilities, home leave roundtrip tickets for faculty and their resident dependents between academic years, generous educational allowance for up to two children from grade one through four years of higher education, medical insurance and dental plan, yearly indemnity pay, and other benefits. Interviews will be held at various sites. Positions are open until filled with preference to early applicants. Faculty who are appointed must be in Sharjah by August 24, 2001. Applicants should send CVs (including the name and addresses of three references) to: Sharjah Liaison Office, American University, 3201 New Mexico Avenue NW, Suite 350, Washington, DC 20016. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org .