Professor of Electronic Engineering is needed in The University of Dublin, Trinity College.The successful candidate will be expected to provide strong academic leadership in research, teaching and supervision. The Professorship is intended to strengthen and complement the strategic research areas of Electronics Design, Communications, and Signal Processing in the School of Engineering.
The successful candidate will be an internationally recognised scholar in research areas related to electronics design, communications, and signal processing. Strong candidates in energy or control are also desired. Also, the successful candidate will provide a leading interdisciplinary role across the School and University, including E3 research themes (Production and Data). An internationally recognised research profile, with a strong record of publications in high impact journals, demonstrated ability to raise research funding, and a proven capacity to collaborate with industry in domains such as (but not limited to) business, cultural entertainment, education, health, telecommunications, and utilities is essential.
This position is tenable from 1st January 2019.
Moreover, the successful candidate need to take up the post by 1st January 2019 or as soon as possible
A doctoral degree in Electronic or Electrical Engineering/Communications/Signal Processing or other
related discipline, with a strong focus on research; a sustained record of high quality published
research output; high achievement in teaching and research supervision; and a record of service to
the discipline and strong engagement with university and wider communities. International research
or teaching experience is desirable.
Engage in research both on an individual and collaborative basis and be active in seeking research
Also, to take a lead administrative role in the Discipline of Electronic and Electrical Engineering and lead in
the development of the strategic plan for the Discipline and the School.
Moreover, to exercise a defining leadership role in the development of the field of Electronic and Electrical
Engineering, both within the School of Engineering and at national and international levels.
Also, to contribute to the undergraduate and postgraduate teaching programmes of the School, and to
ensure the delivery of research-led teaching.
Further more, to supervise undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Moreover, to play a leading interdisciplinary role across the School and university, with input into existing shared initiatives including Trinity College Dublin research themes.
The Professor of Electronic Engineering (1980) will contribute to a stimulating and
supportive work environment that attracts high calibre researchers and encourages their contribution to
scholarship, to strengthen links among researchers across Schools within Trinity College and between
Trinity College and external, non-university organisations. Also, he will have to engage in research initiatives on a
national and international front, allowing Trinity College to make a distinctive contribution to the
intellectual life of the country and internationally.