Openings at MS3

Assistant Professor positions in Electrical Engineering

Opening for: Assistant Professor

Status details

Status:Open
Announced:18 Mar 2019
Closing date:31 May 2019
The Department of Microelectronics has tenure-track Assistant Professor openings in the following broadly defined areas:
  • Digital circuit design: (a) high-speed communcation; (b) ultra-low-power for biomedical applications,
  • System architects: defining and developing major applications in (a) autonomous sensor or communication systems; (b) biomedical systems,
  • Signal processing: statistical signal processing for machine learning and data science,
  • Microwave engineering: multichannel microwave signals and systems for radar and communication.
The positions are intended to strengthen our research lines in Health & Well-being, Next Generation Wireless Communications, and Autonomous Sensor Systems.

Requirements

Candidates should have (1) a PhD degree in Electrical Engineering or a closely related disciplne, with outstanding academic credentials, (2) several years of working experience as a Postdoctoral Researcher in an academic institution, and (3) the ambition to be a future scientific leader in one of the mentioned areas.

Excellently qualified but more senior researchers are also invited to apply.

For information about this vacancy, you can contact Minke van der Put, Assistant of Prof. K.A.A. Makinwa, email: M.J.vanderput@tudelft.nl, tel: +31 152781034.

To apply, please e-mail a detailed CV including a list of publications, a cover letter describing your motivation and suitability for the position, a research and a teaching statement.

You can send your application material by June 1, 2019 to HR-EEMCS@tudelft.nl, with a clear choice for only 1 of the four areas listed in the job description. When applying for this position, please refer to vacancy number EWI2019-14 and clearly indicate the related area of interest.

Contact

prof.dr. Kofi Makinwa

Professor, Department Head

Electronic Instrumentation Group

Department of Microelectronics