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Information on how to apply for the multiple tenured or tenure-track faculty appointments at the Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor ranks will be posted soon.


Due to budgetary constraints our hiring plan has not been approved by the Provost.  We will post application instructions as soon as we receive approval.


The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at The University of Arizona invites applications for multiple tenured or tenure-track faculty appointments at the Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor ranks in a number of areas. We appreciate your interest in these positions.



Areas of interest:

 

Areas of interest:

A1.   Computer architecture including but not limited to parallel and multicore architectures, heterogeneous architectures, interconnect and network on chips for multicores, architectures for emerging technology and applications such as biomedical computational science.

 

B1.   Microelectronics and mixed-signal electronics with applications including but not limited to high-speed wireless, RF sensing/imaging, and biomedical applications

A2.   Dependable and secure computing including fault-tolerant and resilient architectures, trustworthy computing systems, cloud-based computing and data-centers.

 

B2.    Signal processing and optimization in smart energy systems and related aspects of reliability and sustainability. Also of interest in the energy domain: engineering, physics and chemistry related to energy collection, conversion, and storage.

A3.   Power/energy-efficient computing including energy-efficient processor, memory,  interconnect design, cross-layer power optimization covering both software and hardware stacks, green computing.

 

B3.    Computational and/or compressive sensing with expertise in both novel measurements hardware and the supporting mathematical infrastructure. Specific areas of interest include but are not limited to imaging and spectroscopy, RF sensing, information-based sensor design, and joint optimization across hardware and algorithmic domains.

A4.   Embedded systems and reconfigurable architectures, hardware/software co-design, VLSI CAD and design automation, testing and verification.

 

B4.    Computational approaches to life sciences, including but not limited to imaging informatics, bioinformatics, biomedical system modeling and simulation, and big data analytics.


 

Current Positions also available

 

Postdoctoral Researcher in Computer Engineering

A postdoctoral position is available at the High Performance Computer Architecture and Technologies (HPCAT) Lab at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Arizona, Tucson.  The position is available for Fall 2013.
 
The research focus for this position is on the development and design of  scalable, power-efficient, and reliable  network-on-chips (NOCs) for multi-core architectures with particular focus on analysis of power-performance trade-offs, design of fault-tolerant NoCs, and utilization of  emerging technologies (e.g. optical interconnects, wireless, 3D). 

Applicants should have earned a PhD degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or Computer Science and Engineering. Experience and publications in leading conferences and journals on computer architecture, scalable NoCs design (power-efficient, reliable, high-performance, interconnect technologies), and multi-core architectures is required.

Please submit, by email, a single attachment, that includes your detailed CV, a brief statement of your research accomplishments and interests, a sample of  publications in the fields mentioned above, and the contact information for three references, to:

Prof. Ahmed Louri
Director, HPCAT
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Arizona Tucson, AZ 85721
E-mail: louri@ece.arizona.edu

 Apply online at UA Career Track, citing Job Number 52742.


 

 

 

 

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