Trinity College Dublin (Head Office)
Post Specification (Comp: 034478) Post Title: Assistant Professor in Electronic Engineering (Electronics Design) Post Status: Tenure Track - This position is a Tenure Track position which is 5-years in the first instance, permanency is subject to satisfying the tenure requirements. Department/Faculty: Electronic and Electrical Engineering, School of Engineering, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin Location: Aras An Phiarsaigh Building, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin, College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland Reports to: Head of Discipline Salary:Appointment will be made on the Assistant Professor (Lecturer)at a point in line with Government Pay Policy [€34,813 to €84,556 per annum], appointment will be made no higher than point  Hours of Work: Hours of work for academic staff are those as prescribed under Public Service Agreements. For further information please follow the link below: http://www.tcd.ie/hr/assets/pdf/academic-hours-public-service-agreement.pdf Closing Date:12 Noon (GMT), 15th June 2020 * This position is a Tenure Track position which is 5-years in the first instance, permanency is subject to satisfying the tenure requirements The successful applicant will be expected to take up post on 1st October 2020 or as soon thereafter as possible. Post Summary The School of Engineering seeks to make the permanent appointment of an Assistant Professor in Electronic Engineering (Analogue Electronics, Biomedical Systems and Applications), to complement the existing staff in the areas of Electronic Design, Digital Signal Processing and Communications. The focus area for this appointment is in the design of Biomedical systems. Applicants should have a strong research background in electronics design e.g. at least one of the following: Microelectronics, Analogue Electronics, BioLab on a Chip, Biomedical or Neural Sensors and Interfaces, Biomedical Circuits and Systems, transducers/actuators/sensors, Biomedical Information Processing. The candidates' specialism should be complementary to existing strengths of academic staff in the School. Particularly of interest is how their research background complements the Electronic Engineering Discipline's existing strengths in at least one of the existing groups in Communications, Analogue/Bio Electronics, Smart Energy Control Systems, Statistical and Media Signal Processing and Neural Engineering. The successful candidate will contribute to the delivery of undergraduate and postgraduate courses within the Discipline of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, including (but not limited to) the teaching of the fundamentals of digital and analogue design, system on a chip, reconfigurable hardware, Biomedical system design. They will have the opportunity to design and deliver modules in Bioelectronics, Analogue and communications circuit design at all levels of the undergraduate curriculum.
Permanent / Full-time