The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin invites applications for the Dula D. Cockrell Centennial Chair in Engineering in microelectronics, with preference given to nanoscale technology, science and manufacturing, for applications in energy, cloud and mobile computing, biology, health care, integrated man-machine interfaces, or related areas. Candidates should have an internationally recognized record of research and scholarship, and possess the qualities necessary for academic leadership. The successful applicant will be expected to supervise graduate students, teach undergraduate and graduate classes, and be involved in service to the university and profession. This appointment offers outstanding scope for the appointee's individual and collaborative research talents and provides an opportunity for leadership in developing sponsored research programs. Applicants for this tenured position should have an earned PhD in electrical engineering or a related discipline.
Applications must be submitted online. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, current vita, statement of research, teaching philosophy, and include a minimum of five references who will submit original letters of reference directly to the website.
The University of Texas Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering currently has openings for the following positions:
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The University of Texas Austin has four faculty openings with a start date of Fall 2015. Appointment will be at the assistant professor level. In special cases, a senior faculty appointment may be possible. Exceptional candidates in any area of electrical and computer engineering will be considered for three of the four positions. We especially encourage applicants whose research interests impact energy, cloud and mobile computing, health care and informatics, synthetic and systems biology, cyberphysical systems and security, integrated man-machine interfaces and systems. The last position is specifically targeted to candidates in the area of synthetic or systems biology.
Applicants should have received or expect to receive a doctoral degree in electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science or a related discipline prior to September 2015. Successful candidates are expected to supervise graduate students, teach undergraduate and graduate courses, develop a sponsored research program, collaborate with other faculty and be involved in service to the university and profession.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin invites applications for an opening for a lecturer position in the area of Software Engineering.
Applicants should have received or expect to receive a doctoral degree in computer engineering, software engineering, computer science, or a related field, prior to January 2015. A rare exception may be made for applicants with special technical qualifications desired by the department.
Successful candidates will be expected to teach courses in software engineering at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Examples of such courses include (but are not limited to) programming courses, data structures, algorithms, operating systems, software development tools, and software design. Previous university teaching, commitment to quality teaching, and good communication skills are required. Additional consideration may be given to applicants with experience and/or interest in working on course development, mentoring undergraduate student research, and other departmental needs.
Full and part time positions are available, contingent upon student enrollment and the availability of funding, and are not available every year. A full-time position consists of teaching four courses per semester. Appointments are usually made on a semester-by-semester basis. Positions are annually renewable, contingent on funding and performance. SALARY: Dependent on position and qualifications.