Tenure and Tenure-Track Faculty
The following ECE tenure and tenure-track faculty positions are currently available:
- Assistant or Associate Professor (Multiple Positions)
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in Tucson, AZ invites applications for multiple tenure-track positions with a start date of August 2023. Specific fields of interest are: (1) all areas of cybersecurity including machine learning and AI security, information and network security, cyber physical system (CPS) security, security of autonomous systems, security for IoT and healthcare, and mobile/wearable security and privacy; (2) all areas of quantum information science and engineering (QISE) including quantum communications, quantum networking, quantum sensing, photonic quantum information processing, quantum interconnects, intermediate- and large-scale quantum processors, quantum repeaters, quantum nanophotonics and silicon photonics, quantum machine learning, and quantum security (candidates in experimental QISE research are particularly encouraged to apply); and (3) all areas of healthcare technologies, including digital health, bio-convergence, telemedicine, smart hospitals, and smart and connected health.
The following ECE career-track faculty positions are currently available:
- Assistant Research Professor
- Assistant or Associate Professor of Practice (Software Engineering)
The following ECE non-faculty and staff positions are currently available:
- Academic Advising Professional III
- Postdoctoral Research Associate (Dr. Ivan Djordjevic)
- Postdoctoral Research Associate (Dr. Michael Wu)
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The University of Arizona
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