EE Faculty Search Announcement
The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in the College of Engineering and Architecture at Howard University seeks applications for a tenure-track assistant professor faculty position in the area of communication theory and application beginning 8/16/2020. The candidate must have an earned Ph.D. in electrical engineering or closely related field. The successful candidate is expected to teach existing undergraduate and graduate courses, develop new courses, and build a strong research program in Electrical Engineering, including securing external funding and generating archival publications. Service to the department, college, and university is expected. Candidates with a background in communication theory and networking, digital communications, communication systems engineering, and signal electronics (including mixed-signal, signal processing, imaging, implantable, cyber-secured chips and sensors) are sought, preferably with expertise in both hardware and software with experience in designing and implementing embedded systems and security. Industrial experience is highly desirable, but not required; excellent communication skills are required.
Applications, including a cover letter, comprehensive curriculum vitae, statement of research plan, statement of teaching interests and philosophy, and the full names and contact information (postal address, phone number, and email address) of at least three professional references are to be submitted electronically to atgriffin@Howard.edu. For more information on Howard University and the College of Engineering and Architecture, please visit www.howard.edu. Women and underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply.
Founded in 1867, Howard University is a federally chartered, private, doctoral university, classified as a high research activity institution. With an enrollment of more than 10,000 students, its undergraduate, graduate, professional and joint degree programs span more than 120 areas of study within 13 schools and colleges. Howard is recognized by the United States Department of Education as one of the nation’s HBCUs, or Historically Black College or University. EEO/AA Policy
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