Assistant/Associate Research Engineer- Elctrc & Comp Engr
Job no: 501435
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Location: Oxford, OH
Work type: Salary Staff
Categories: Research, Scientific
Status: Full Time
Assistant/Associate Research Engineer position in the Electrical or Computing Engineering disciplines. The candidate will demonstrate a strong potential for developing and sustaining funded research program by closely collaborating with current CEC and MU faculty. This includes planning, initiating, and conducting research projects, interpreting experimental or computational results, as well as compiling and submitting proposals to relevant industries and federal/state agencies. The Research Engineer(s) are also expected to publish high-quality papers on a regular basis and disseminate research results through peer-reviewed publications, technical reports, conference presentations, and forums.
- Research engineer(s) are expected to engage in, be responsible for, and/or oversee a significant area of research or scholarship in a manner that advances the mission of the university in a significant way. Duties will include: conducting research in collaboration with CEC and MU faculty with similar research interests; publishing high-quality papers on a regular basis and disseminating research results through peer-reviewed publications, technical reports, and conference presentations; mentoring and directing graduate and undergraduate researchers; teaching one course per semester focused on research support; supporting the research through external funding after an initial appointment of 12 months.
- Required: PhD or equivalent in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Material Science, or a closely-related field by date of appointment.
- Consideration may be given to candidates with demonstrated record of developing independent research projects and experience in proposal development; demonstrated expertise and performance in conducting high quality, impactful research; experience working on funded research projects and familiarity with the funding process and reporting requirements associated with funded projects; demonstrated ability as an independent thinker capable of taking projects from ideas to reality; and ability to develop proposals as a PI or Co-P; following interdisciplinary research areas aligning with CEC research clusters: power electronics, radar signal processing, machine learning.
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Date to Begin Screening Applicants:
Screening of applications will begin May 30, 2023 and will continue until the position is filled.
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Advertised: 16 May 2023 Eastern Daylight Time
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