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Tenured and Tenure-Track Faculty Positions

The Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Notre Dame invites applications and nominations for tenured and tenure-track faculty positions.  Appointments at all levels – from assistant professor to full professor with an endowed chair – are possible. All technical areas will be considered, but areas of particular interest include:

Energy-efficient and high-performance computing in the “post Moore’s Law era,” including circuits based on emerging materials/device technologies that enable applications such as self-powered wearable electronics, neuromorphic circuits, and IoT applications;

  • electronic materials and devices;
  • system-level methods and technologies (e.g., communications/networking, control, and signal processing) that address grand challenges such as reliable and affordable power delivery, environmental monitoring, smart manufacturing, healthcare, and security.

Applicants must submit a CV, a teaching statement, a research statement, and contact information for three professional references.  All materials can be provided at http://apply.interfolio.com/45241. For best consideration, applicants are encouraged to apply by December 31, 2017.

 Research Assistant Professor

Research Assistant Professor (RAP) will have primary responsibility of being the technical lead co-supervising a team of graduate students and post docs working on Prof. Suman Datta’s multiple research grants.  RAP will also assist by conducting research directly on some of the grants.  RAP will assist Prof. Datta in writing proposals for future grants.

Currently, Suman Datta is the Technical Director of the SRC/NRI E2CDA EXCEL Center  and has 7 full-time graduate students and post docs working on 10 research grants.  RAP will assist and provide daily support for a subset of these research projects.  This position will provide an opportunity for RAP to interact and have exposure with the leading academic researchers within and outside United States and corporate research personnel from the top-tier companies in the semiconductor sector. The position is a one year appointment renewable annually based on performance and availability of external funding.

Applicant should have a PhD in Electrical (Electronic) Engineering or Physics with a dissertation in solid-state semiconductor devices and circuits  area and have had at least 2 years of post doctoral research experience or equivalent industrial research experience at a top semiconductor company.  Favorable consideration will be given to candidates with an established record of research creativity, productivity, and impact; experience in supervising graduate students and experience in preparing proposals.

Please apply directly on line to http://apply.interfolio.com/45074

Staff Openings

Communications Specialist

The person in this position will develop, coordinate, and carry out the communications activities of the Department of Electrical Engineering. These activities include generating content (both written and multimedia), maintaining the department’s web site and social media presence, coordinating distribution of outreach and promotional material to alumni and potential students, and providing editorial assistance as needed. This position reports to the chairman of the department and will help formulate the department’s communication strategy.

Must be able to write stories and develop multimedia content (including video) for a variety of communication platforms, including the departmental web site, newsletter, recruiting brochures, and social media.

Serve as the department’s website manager, maintaining accurate and up-to-date postings, resolving any technical issues that arise, and using data analytics to understand how the website is used and perceived.

Serve as the coordinator for the department’s social media presence, ensuring a consistent and informative presence on platforms that include (but are not limited to) Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Assist faculty, staff and students in writing and/or editing content as assigned.

Work with the department chair and/or the chair’s designee(s) to develop and (as necessary) adapt a communication strategy for the Department of Electrical Engineering.

Please apply directly on line to http://jobs.nd.edu/postings/10701


Postdoctoral Openings