National Taiwan University, Department of Electrical Engineering

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NATIONAL TAIWAN UNIVERSITY , Department of Electrical Engineering

Founded in 1945, the Department of Electrical Engineering of National Taiwan University (NTUEE) is a world-wide recognized institution of electrical engineering education in view of its comprehensive courses, highly competitive student admission, outstanding alumni, and world class faculty research achievements. Currently, NTUEE has over 120 award-winning faculty members, including over 30 IEEE fellows and many more (>15) ACM, OSA, SPIE, SID fellows. The teaching and research fields of NTUEE cover all EE and also some cross-disciplinary areas, including: ■ Automatic control ■ Biomedical engineering ■ Communication and signal processing ■ Computer science ■ Data science and smart networking ■ Electromagnetic waves ■ Electronic design automation ■ Integrated circuits and systems ■ Nano-electronics ■ Photonics and optoelectronics ■ Power systems/ power electronics engineering. The mission of NTUEE is to provide an inspiring education environment for fostering top students who can contribute to the society with solid expertise and leadership in engineering. NTUEE has developed a strong and flexible curriculum to provide students with broad basic knowledge on which a solid career in EE can be built. The undergraduate program prepares the students for a career in various EE fields as well as for further study, while keeping flexibility for developing their own interests. Within EE areas, the Graduate Institute of Electrical Engineering, the Graduate Institute of Photonics and Optoelectronics, the Graduate Institute of Communication Engineering, the Graduate Institute of Electronics Engineering, and the Graduate Institute of Biomedical Electronics and Bioinformatics offer graduate programs that prepare students for a career in teaching and/or research. These undergraduate and graduate programs currently enroll over 800 undergraduate students and over 1600 graduate students, largest EE enrollment in Taiwan. NTUEE boasts spectacular achievements of its outstanding alumni, including founders of many global companies such as Arima, ASE, ASUS, Atheros Communications, AUO, Benq, CyberLink, Etron, Garmin, MediaTek, Quanta Computer, and UMC etc. Taiwan is worldly renowned for its ICT and high-tech industry. Representing the most promising forces in academy in Taiwan, NTUEE has long been tightly connected with the industry for cutting edge researches through various industry-sponsored research centers on campus, such as NTU System on Chip Center, TSMC-NTU Research Center, Taiwan Electromagnetic Industry-Academia Consortium, International Center of Excellence in Intelligent Robotics and Automation Research (in collaboration with CNRS, UPMC, and INRIA, France), MEDIATEK-NTU Advanced Research Center, IOT Research Center, BenQ/AUO-NTU Joint Research Lab etc. With first-hand skills and knowledge of industry needs, NTUEE students have always been the top choices for industry enterprises. With strongly encouraging innovation and entrepreneurship among faculty and students, more than 10 start-up companies have emerged from research outcomes of NTUEE in recent years. Through continuous efforts in recruiting faculty, strengthening infrastructures, and defining research directions, NTUEE commits itself to maintaining a leading role in different areas in industry and in academia.

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Faculty Openings

1.We are seeking applicants with enthusiasm in teaching and potential in research, and invite applications for faculty positions of Professor, Associate Professor and Assistant Professor, whose research interests lie in all areas of Electrical Engineering (but not limited) as follows:

Multi-Agent Systems, Intelligent Robotics, Mechatronics, and General Control Areas

Power Electronics, Renewable Energy, and Smart Grid

Advanced CMOS, Nanoelectronics, Nanophotonics, Display, Memory Technologies, Quantum Technologies, Bioelectronics, IoT Devices, E-Beam Lithography

Biomedical Electronics, Biomedical Imaging, Nano-Biotechnology, Biophotonics, Bioinformatics, Medical Informatics, Neuroengineering, Computational Bioengineering, Biomedical Sensors

Computer Science and Engineering, Embedded Systems, Cloud/Green/Ubiquitous/Mobile Computing and Networking, Security, Machine Learning, Data-centric Computing

Microwave and Millimeter-wave Techniques, Antennas and Applications, Electromagnetic Theory and Computational Techniques, IoT Enabling Technologies, THz Technologies, Radar Systems

Communications, Signal Processing, Optimization, Information Theory, and Emerging Fields in the Aforementioned Areas

SoC Design (AI/ML Chips, Embedded Processor, Memory Design, Green Electronics, Medical Electronics, Sensor Electronics, THz Circuits, Quantum Circuits, Si Photonics)

Electronic Design Automation (EDA)

Photonics for 3D Sensing, Emerging Display Technologies, Optical Communications & Optical Interconnects (including components/modules/systems for LiDAR, 5G, data center), Ultrahigh Speed Optoelectronics

Data Science and Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, Computer Vision, IoT, Data-Centric Computing and Networking, Next-Generation Wireless Networks, Social Networks, Cyber Security

2. To apply for a faculty position, please visit our website at https://ee.ntu.edu.tw/eeoffice/ntueejob/ for on-line application with the following materials.

1) Cover Letter

2) A curriculum vitae, along with a full publication list and a teaching and research plan

3) Reprints of 1-3 publications within the past 3 years

4) Two or more reference letters (sent directly to us by your referees)

5) A copy of the highest diploma granted (or a proof of Ph.D. degree to be granted by July 31, 2021)

6) Original copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts.

Please also send a hardcopy of your application materials to the following address by November 20, 2020:

Professor Chung-Chih Wu, Chairman

Department of Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University, No. 1, Section 4, Roosevelt Road, Taipei 10617, Taiwan ROC. For more details: E-mail: wucc@ntu.edu.tw Tel.: +886-2-33663700 ext. 123 Fax: +886-2-23671909 URL: http://www.ee.ntu.edu.tw/

3. All ranks of Professor are compensated in accordance with the salary rank published by Ministry of Education. Additional faculty merit pay include NTU Subsidy for Incoming Distinguished Talents, support from Foundation for the Advancement of Outstanding Scholarship, Principle Investigator’s salary from Industrial-Academic Cooperation Projects, etc. More information can be found in the NTU Faculty Handbook.( http://event.ntu.edu.tw/facultyhandbook/en/about-ntu/)


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