During the past 50 years an explosive growth spurt within electrical engineering has radically altered our lives. Society has become dependent on the products produced by electrical engineering – in fact, no other discipline has had such an impact. The next 50 years will see even more radical changes in areas such as communications, healthcare, energy supply, mobility and production automation.
In view of these developments, the Department of Electrical Engineering at TU/e has identified three areas of research with high societal relevance:
The Connected World (Developments in Communication)
Smart and Sustainable Society (Working Toward a Sustainable Society)
Care and Cure (Electrical Engineering in the Healthcare Sector)
As of July 2019, TU/e has launched the Irène Curie Fellowship. This program is aimed at talented women who pursue an academic career in our European top research university. TU/e will open vacancies for assistant, associate and full professor exclusively for female talent during the first six months of recruitment. Under European jurisdiction it is lawful to specifically recruit underrepresented groups. We welcome all persons who (self-)identify as female to apply within this program.
Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Information and Communication Theory (V36.4199)
Irene Curie Faculty Positions in the Department of Electrical Engineering (V36.4092)
|Title||Tenure Track Positions within Electrical Engineering at TU/e|
|Employer||Eindhoven University of Technology|
|Job location||Den Dolech 2, 5612 AZ Eindhoven|
|Published||December 2, 2019|
|Application deadline||March 3, 2020|
|Job types||Tenure Track  |
|Fields||Electromagnetism,   Control Systems Engineering,   Engineering Physics,   Optical Engineering,   Electrical Engineering,   Mechanical Engineering,   Signal Processing,   Systems Engineering  |