Assistant Professor – Computer Engineering

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Tenure-Track Faculty Position

Assistant Professor – Computer Engineering

 

The Helen and John C. Hartmann Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (Newark, NJ) invites faculty applications in the area of computer engineering with a focus on novel architectures and systems for neuromorphic computing, quantum computing and other emerging information processing paradigms for applications in machine learning/data science, high-performance computing and advanced computer networking.  We are also interested in candidates specializing in the post-CMOS devices and systems for developing novel architectures for these applications as well as for embedded systems, internet-of-things (IoT), and cyber-physical systems.

 

NJIT is at among the top 100 "Best Graduate Engineering Schools" (per U.S. News & World Report). It offers a vibrant engineering community environment and exciting opportunities for research and education. Interdisciplinary centers and institutes across the campus (http://centers.njit.edu/) provide access to comprehensive, state-of-the-art core facilities and facilitate collaborative research activities. Universities, research institutes and industrial facilitates at the vicinity of NJIT further increase collaboration opportunities and access to experimental equipment.

 

Applications should be submitted online at: https://njit.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?site=1&id=894

 

A cover letter, complete curriculum vitae, statement of teaching interests, and names of at least three references should be included in the application package. Applications will be accepted and reviewed until the position is filled.

 

Questions may be directed to Professor Leonid Tsybeskov, leonid.tsybeskov@njit.edu 

 

As an EEO employer NJIT is committed to building a diverse and inclusive teaching, research, and working environment and strongly encourages applications from individuals with disabilities, minorities, veterans, and women