Assistant Professor, Computer Engineering - Binghamton University
December 8, 2017
Binghamton, New York
Location: Binghamton, NY Category: Faculty Posted On: Thu Dec 7 2017 Job Description:
About the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering:
The department has academic programs at the BS, MS, and PhD levels in electrical and computer engineering. Currently the program has over 320 undergraduates, 150 master's students, and 75 PhD students, taught and mentored by 22 tenure/tenure track faculty. The ECE department is located in a new, well-equipped research building. Primary areas of research conducted by faculty and students include: (1) DSP & Communications, (2) Power & Energy (3) Information Assurance, (4) Computer Design & Networks, (5) Micro & Opto-electronics, and (6) Controls & Laser Communication. More details about the ECE department can be found at http://www.binghamton.edu/ece. The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Watson School are dedicated to the goal of building a diverse and inclusive teaching, research, and working environment. Potential applicants who share this goal, especially underrepresented minorities, women and persons with disabilities, are strongly encouraged to apply for the position described below.
The Department of Electrical and Computer at Binghamton University (one of the four SUNY University Centers) invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of assistant professor for fall 2018.
The department will consider exceptional candidates in all areas of computer engineering but is particularly interested in candidates whose primary research expertise is in hardware design techniques for adaptive & resilient circuits and systems; security of embedded systems; bioinspired and neuromorphic computing hardware; emerging architectures for high-performance or low-power computing; and wearable technology and digital health.
The successful applicant will be expected to develop an externally funded research program and have a commitment to excellence in teaching at the BS, MS, and PhD levels.
Qualifications include an earned PhD in computer engineering or closely related field, excellent communication skills, and a strong commitment to teaching and research. A demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusiveness is preferred.
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About Binghamton University
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