The Mercer University School of Engineering (MUSE) invites applications for multiple tenure-track faculty positions in Electrical and Computer Engineering, starting January 2022 or August 2022. The school provides a degree in Engineering with a specialization in Electrical and Computer engineering at the undergrad level and degrees in Software Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering and Cyber Security at the master’s level.
Candidates are sought to enhance the Department’s focus on emerging technologies.
- The department is starting a new master’s program in cybersecurity. Candidates are sought with expertise, scholarly interest, and an excellent capacity for teaching and research in areas such as cyber-physical systems, security/privacy, internet-of-things (IoT) security and threat detection, digital forensics, and network security.
- Candidates with expertise, scholarly interest, and an excellent capacity for teaching and research
in areas of software engineering such as software design and construction, requirements analysis, security, verification and validation, and software engineering processes are of interest.
- Candidates are sought with expertise, scholarly interest, and an excellent capacity for teaching and research in areas such as: computer architecture, embedded systems, VLSI, digital design, internet-of-things (IoT), machine learning, and a broad spectrum of computer hardware or software from the system to the physical layer.
A minimum of an earned Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering Cybersecurity, or other related field is required (or evidence that the Ph.D. will be complete by August 2022). Preference will be given to candidates with prior teaching experience at the college level and consulting or industrial experience. Experience with professional organizations such as ABET, ASEE, IEEE, etc. is highly desirable.
The successful candidate for each of the positions must be able and willing to teach engineering courses from the freshman level to the graduate level as necessary. Tenure will be based on excellent teaching, research, scholarly publications and service work.
In addition, the candidate must be able to serve as a liaison between the School of Engineering and the Mercer Engineering Research Center (https://www.merc-mercer.org/), which requires U.S. Citizenship and the ability to obtain and maintain a DoD Security Clearance.
Mercer’s undergraduate engineering program is ABET/EAC accredited using a core curriculum model. The School of Engineering offers both Bachelor and Master of Science in Engineering degrees with specializations in biomedical, civil, computer, electrical, environmental, industrial, and mechanical as well as engineering related programs in cyber systems, technical communications and industrial management. The undergraduate curriculum is dynamic, innovative, broadly based, and includes the option of an integrated BSE/MSE degree program for qualified candidates. Total engineering enrollment is over 750 students.
Mercer University is a private and comprehensive university and includes the Mercer Engineering Research Center in nearby Warner Robins, GA. The metropolitan Macon area, located 90 miles south of Atlanta, has a population of 250,000 and enjoys a four-season climate and a wealth of nearby historic, cultural, and recreational attractions.
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