Clinical Faculty Position
The Ohio State University invites applications from outstanding candidates for one clinical faculty position in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The position is a non-tenure-track at the assistant professor level and will focus on teaching and advising master's students. A PhD degree is required and industry experience is desired. The candidate is expected to interact with industry and bring real-life problems from industry for MS students to work on. Applicants are requested to send (1) a letter of application, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) brief statement of teaching philosophy, and (4) names of four references (name, address and e-mail address) to Professor Kevin Passino at email@example.com. The Ohio State University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. Women and under-represented minorities are especially encouraged to apply. (reposted 12/11/12)
Tenure-Track Faculty Positions
The Ohio State University invites applications from outstanding candidates for four tenure-track position in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. All areas and ranks in electrical and computer engineering will be considered. We are especially interested in (i) power systems, (ii) cybersecurity, and (iii) electronics (including low power digital electronics). Depending on the area, these positions may involve joint appointments with other engineering departments. Applicants must have a PhD degree and outstanding academic credentials. Successful candidates will be expected to develop a vigorous externally-funded research program, show leadership and excellence in academic and scholarly activities, and demonstrate a commitment to excellent teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Applicants are requested to send (1) a letter of application, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) statement of research plans in the context of prior research accomplishments, (4) brief statement of teaching philosophy, and (5) names of four references (name, address and e-mail address) to Professor Kevin Passino at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Ohio State University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. Women and under-represented minorities are especially encouraged to apply. (reposted 12/11/12)
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Qualifications: Ph.D. or Dr. Sc. in Electrical Engineering
Research and Development Objectives:
The research activity will be focused on the design of a polyharmonic predistorter for a filterless ultra wide software defined radio transmitter/amplifier. The bulk of the work will involve (1) the implementation and simulation of the system in DSP builder and SystemVue, (2) the prototyping of the system with an FPGA and a transceiver testbed and (3) the behavioral modeling of the poly-phase power amplifier used. The research will involve writing technical reports, interacting with other researchers familiar with FPGA prototyping as well as the supervising and training of a graduate student.
The research expertise of the applicant will be in signal processing for telecommunications with a strong familiarity with RF circuits and systems. Specialization in the behavioral modeling of power transistors, amplifiers and mixers or/and the predistortion linearization of power amplifiers will be preferred. Expert level knowledge of MATLAB and Simulink is required. Familiarity with DSP Builder and Altera FPGA programing is desirable but not required.
Duration: 18 months
Nationality: US or NATO country citizenship required
1. GRA position with Prof. Marvin White
The graduate research assistant position will begin at the start of the 2013 spring semester. A master's degree, or finishing a master's degree is desirable. The research involves advanced CMOS devices/circuits and non-volatile semiconductor memories. To apply, please send a CV to: Professor Marvin White at email@example.com.
2. Graduate Research Associate Positions - Prof. Guoqiang Li's Group (12/6/2012)
The Biomedical and Visual Optics Laboratory led by Prof. Guoqiang Li at Ohio State University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering invites applicants for three Graduate Research Associate positions to work on exciting projects funded by the federal government. The main goal of the lab is to develop biomedical devices based on engineering principles (Dr. Li also has an appointment with Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science). The laboratory is well-equipped with the state-of-the-art optical and optoelectronic devices and systems and provides an active research environment.
The successful candidate will work in one or more of the following directions:
(1) Electro-optic (liquid crystal) devices for vision care, biomedical imaging and sensing; optical materials;
(2) Biomedical optics: imaging and sensing (confocal imaging, optical coherence tomography (OCT), polarimeter, photoacoustic imaging, second harmonic generation imaging, dynamic holography) for diagnosis of eye or general medical diseases; Eye tracker based on image processing and the controller based on FPGA;
(3) Adaptive optics for correction of the aberrations of the eye and imaging systems.
Successful candidates are expected to conduct the research, publish results, and provide other technical supports to the lab. The candidates may have a major in optical/electrical/biomedical/chemical/material/computer engineering, or physics. Experimental background in optics, ideally with expertise in OCT and photoacoustic imaging, adaptive optics, polarization-sensitive imaging or a related area is helpful. Strong communication skills are highly attractive. Experience with optical system design (e.g. using Zemax) and construction, system control (C++ and LabView programming), digital image processing, and Fourier optics are also desirable. Experience in the clean room is a plus. The candidates are expected to have high motivation. The candidates would have excellent opportunities to interact with researchers in engineering and medical science for an interdisciplinary research training.
The positions are available now. Both US citizen and non-citizen are welcome to apply.
Interested applicants should send a CV to Prof. Guoqiang Li via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), including education and research background, research interests, publications, and contact information for three references (upon request).