TENURE-TRACK AND TENURED POSITIONS IN
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE
The newly launched Shanghai Tech University is built as a world-class research
university, which locates in Zhangjiang High-Tech Park. We invite highly qualified
candidates to fill tenure-track/tenured faculty positions as its core team in the
School of Information Science and Technology (SIST). Candidates should have
exceptional academic records or demonstrate strong potential in cutting-edge
research areas of information science and technology. They must be fluent in
English. Overseas academic connection or background is highly desired.
We seek candidates in all cutting edge areas of information science and
technology. Our recruitment focus includes, but is not limited to: computer
architecture and technologies, nano-scale electronics, high speed and RF circuits,
intelligent and integrated signal processing systems, computational foundations,
big data, data mining, visualization, computer vision, bio-computing, smart
energy/power devices and systems, next-generation networking, as well as interdisciplinary areas involving information science and technology.
Compensation and Benefits:
Salary and startup funds are highly competitive, commensurate with experience
and academic accomplishment. We also offer a comprehensive benefit package
to employees and eligible dependents, including housing benefits. All regular
Shanghai Tech faculty members will be within its new tenure-track system
commensurate with international practice for performance evaluation and promotion.
• A detailed research plan and demonstrated record/potentials;
• Ph.D. (Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or
• A minimum relevant research experience of 4 years.
Submit (in English, PDF version) a cover letter, a 2-page research plan, a CV
plus copies of 3 most significant publications, and names of three referees
to: email@example.com (until positions are filled). For more information,
please visit Job Opportunities on http://sist.shanghaitech.edu.cn/
Deadline: July 31, 2016
38 hours per week ( 1 FTE)
Duration of contract:
€ 5219 to € 7599 per
Prof. R. L. Lagendijk
+ 31 (0)15-2783731
For more information and
the requirements, visit:
Associate/Full Professor of
The cyber security section of the Faculty of
Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and
Computer Science (EEMCS) focuses on network
security, secure data processing, and situation
awareness in cyberspace. The section’s research
and education portfolio is rich and deals with
several perspectives on cyber security. We value
the diversity of our portfolio within the scope
of theory and engineering of cyber security for
distributed systems and networks in a
The Assoc./Full Professor of cyber security will
function as the mainstay for cyber security
research and education, without assuming that
(s)he is expert in all aspects of the section’s
scope. (S)he will be employed at the EEMCS
Faculty and will continue the commenced
strategy to leverage the complementary expertise
at the Faculties of EEMCS and Technology,
Policy and Management (TPM). The aim is the
creation of joint research projects as well as
education and technology transfer activities,
thus combining the computer science and
socio-technical perspective on cyber security.
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