Electrical and Computer Engineering is currently recruiting in multiple areas for new faculty to join our dynamic department in Fall 2019
We are growing our faculty in the area of mobile computing systems and are seeking tenure-track faculty candidates for a tenure-track position in this area. We are particularly interested in candidates with expertise in topics that include, but are not necessarily limited to, energy management, wireless technology, sensor applications, environment-aware applications, network services, security/privacy, computer architectures, and cloud services. Candidates who transcend traditional boundaries between computer engineering and electrical engineering to address mobile applications are especially encouraged.
We are also growing our faculty in the area of microgrids, dynamic distribution, and sustainable electrical energy and are seeking tenure-track faculty candidates for a tenure-track position in this area. We are particularly interested in candidates with expertise in topics that include, but are not necessarily limited to, microgrid/bulk-grid interface, energy system control and stability, power electronic control and analysis of renewables, storage technologies, power electronic interfaces for storage, clean energy manufacturing, and advanced distribution system architectures, components, and control.
The new faculty member will be appointed as a Fellow within the Grainger Institute for Engineering. The Grainger Institute for Engineering serves as a research incubator within the College of Engineering. The Institute fosters a transdisciplinary research and educational environment and provides the infrastructure to address grand technological challenges. Current areas of focus are advanced manufacturing, energy and sustainability, biomanufacturing, neuroengineering, big data and machine learning, sensors and sensing, and smart and connected healthcare. New research directions will continue to be launched and nurtured within the Institute.
This position is part of a campus-wide cluster initiative to expand and broaden expertise in quantum science and engineering at UW-Madison. As part of the initiative there are new position vacancies in the Departments of Physics (PVL 96089), this position in Electrical & Computer Engineering (PVL 96215), and Materials Science & Engineering (96210). It is anticipated that successful candidates will develop strong collaborations with existing quantum research at UW Madison, as well as with other hires under this cluster program, and with external research centers.
The position in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering is at the tenure-track level where we seek faculty candidates with expertise in Quantum Systems Engineering. We are particularly interested in candidates with expertise in topics that include, but are not necessarily limited to, quantum algorithms, quantum system design, quantum circuits, error correction codes, computer-aided design tools, and system software for quantum architectures. The candidate would collaborate campus-wide with ongoing efforts in these and related areas in order to successfully advance the design and architecture of practical future quantum computing systems. Further information regarding this initiative can be found at: facstaff.provost.wisc.edu/cluster-hiring-initiative
The Departments of Mechanical Engineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Wisconsin-Madison are growing their faculty in the areas of electric machine drives and power electronics, and are seeking faculty candidates for a tenure-track or tenured position with a strong preference for control of electric machines/power electronics. Specific areas of interest include, but are not limited to: i) AC electric machine controls including variable-speed flux, torque, speed, and position control, real-time state and parameter estimation, and self-sensing control techniques including zero speed operation; ii) power converter controls for grid-connected or vehicle electrification applications; iii) power converter or electric machine design with a focus on control or optimization; and iv) physical integration of power converters with the controls, electric machines, and/or energy storage.
The Departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison), in collaboration with the Grainger Institute for Engineering within the College of Engineering, seek candidates for up to two tenure-track faculty positions in the interdisciplinary area of sensors and sensing. Areas of particular interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
– Discovery, design, synthesis, and characterization of sensing and responding materials, including nanomaterials, especially soft nanomaterials, thin films, and materials for service in extreme environments.
– Development including theory, design, and fabrication of sensor devices, networks, and systems for physical and biological sensing and/or control applications, with an emphasis on the mechanical, electrical, and electromechanical aspects of sensors and actuators.
– Sensor and sensing technologies for applications in healthcare, autonomous vehicles, energy harvesting and conversion, power systems, and environmental and infrastructure monitoring.
Candidates will be appointed as tenure-track faculty in one of the academic departments listed above and will be appointed as Fellows within the Grainger Institute for Engineering. Candidates with expertise that spans a set of these targeted area and transcends the traditional boundaries of a single department are especially encouraged to apply.
The College of Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison seeks faculty candidates for up to three tenure-track faculty positions in the areas of basic research in Machine Learning (ML), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Data Science (DS). Strong candidates will also have experience applying their basic research experience to problems in science and engineering. Application areas of interest include (but are not limited to) imaging systems and computer vision, robotics and autonomous systems, smart and interconnected systems, sensing and controls, biomedicine, and materials science. The faculty members will be appointed as Fellows within the Grainger Institute for Engineering.