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Professor of Mathematics Education

 Ref no: ORU 2.1.1-04037/2023

We are looking for a professor of mathematics education for a permanent position at the School of Science and Technology.


Subject area

The subject area for this position is: Mathematics

Background

The mathematics division at Örebro University accommodates research and education in both mathematics and mathematics education. The fact that several of our members of staff research and teach in both fields is a great asset to us. The division has about 25 members of staff and around a third has a primary focus on mathematics education. At present, there is one visiting professor of mathematics education at the division. We also collaborate with lecturers and researchers of science education.

The division’s mathematics education research group are united around an interest in practice-based research, and they collaborate with in-service teachers on most of their research projects. The focus of the research conducted is on characterising and understanding learning processes and the teaching of mathematics, but also on the resources needed to support the development of mathematics teaching. Learn more about the research group here.

The collaboration within the group involves joint seminars where researchers present and process their own texts as well as new and exciting ideas put forward in other mathematics education research. The group strives to expand the exchange and collaboration with other research environments in mathematics education, both nationally and internationally.

We are now seeking a professor of mathematics education who wants, and has the ability, to take the lead in building on this setup and continuing the development of our mathematics education research environment. As professor of mathematics education with us, you will also play a significant role in developing the collaboration with colleagues in science education, with the aim of creating more joint and fruitful projects.

Duties and responsibilities

As professor, you will normally spend most of your working hours on research. Your duties and responsibilities include working actively to bring in external research grants to the subject, take overall responsibility for its research activities, and monitor its development internationally. As professor, you are expected to engage in education at all three levels and to communicate and collaborate around your own and the subject’s research activities. You are moreover expected to make yourself available for management and administrative assignments at the university.

On the research side, you are expected to take a leading role in continuing to build, develop and define our research environment both internally and externally. Supervision of doctoral students and doctoral level courses are also an integral part of your duties and responsibilities.

We view the courses and study programmes offered by the division as a matter of joint concern. On the teaching side, you are therefore expected to take an active role on our teacher education programmes, in terms of both teaching and course development. In practice, this may include lectures, assessment and supervision of independent projects.

Qualifications and assessment criteria

A person who has demonstrated both research and teaching expertise is qualified for employment as a professor, and when assessed, as much attention is to be given to the applicant’s teaching expertise as to their research expertise. The assessment is also to consider the applicant’s qualifications and experience from collaboration with the wider community, of which the university is a part, as well as national and international experience and mobility. In addition, the applicant’s suitability for the position and their leadership skills will be assessed.

Research expertise

The applicant’s research expertise is assessed based on national and international standing and recognition in the scientific community. Research expertise is demonstrated through independent research contributions that significantly exceed the requirements for appointment as a docent, in terms of both quality and quantity and number of publications and citations in accordance with the disciplinary traditions of the post applied for. Further evidence of recognition is provided by the ability to lead and develop research as well as through supervision of doctoral students. It is desirable that an applicant has been principal supervisor to at least two doctoral students who have successfully defended their theses. Research expertise also encompasses being/having been the principal researcher of projects with grants awarded in competition and appointments to positions of trust within academia.

It is desirable that the applicant has a research interest that, at least to some degree, is in line with the areas of interest currently held by the research group.

Teaching expertise

The completion of courses equivalent to 10 weeks of study in teaching and learning in higher education is a general qualification requirement for permanent employment as a professor at Örebro University. Örebro University may also assess whether other experience of teaching in higher education meets this assessment criterion. A professor who on appointment lacks training in teaching and learning in higher education or equivalent expertise undertakes to complete the requisite training course(s) within two years of their appointment. Appointment as a professor also requires that the applicant has completed training in supervising doctoral students.

At Örebro University, teaching expertise is assessed in the categories teaching approach, teaching approach in practice, and professional development as a teacher. Applicants’ teaching qualifications shall be documented in accordance with Örebro University’s template for teaching portfolios and clearly relate to the values set out in Örebro University’s educational philosophy.

The assessment of applicant’s teaching expertise is based on the breadth and scope of various forms of working and teaching at the bachelor’s, master’s and/or doctoral levels, including experience of individual supervision at various levels, in addition to doctoral supervision. In addition, applicants’ ability to develop, plan, implement and evaluate teaching and examination formats is assessed, as is their ability to contribute to the pedagogical development of teaching, such as preparing teaching material, learning aids and/or governance documents for teaching. The assessment of teaching expertise is further based on applicants’ experience of management and leadership responsibilities at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels that have actively promoted student learning. Applicants’ ability to link teaching to research and contribute to a scientific approach in their teaching will also be assessed.

Experience and abilities mentioned above that are directly associated with teacher education are considered a particular advantage.

Collaboration and public engagement skills

The ability to interact with the surrounding society is an important part of a professor’s role and it requires a good understanding of various societal processes and the impact of university activities on these. Assessment of collaboration and public engagement skills looks at three aspects: the ability to communicate, the ability to collaborate with the surrounding society, and the ability to facilitate utilisation of the university’s research. Applicants are expected to present national and international external relations and collaborations. The ability to communicate research and science is to be considered along with the ability to conduct research in collaboration with the wider community and the ability to utilise research so that it benefits society.

Previous experience of close collaboration with schools and a wide network within mathematics education research, nationally and internationally, are considered an advantage. Another advantage is if applicants have experience of collaboration with researchers within science education or education researchers in other subjects.

Leadership skills

In assessing leadership and administrative skills, the applicant’s qualifications and experience from leadership roles within education and research are to be considered, such as a proven ability to lead activities and staff, and an ability to organise and lead research projects, research teams and/or study programmes. Experience of serving in academic positions of trust, such as faculty assignments or appointments with government research funding bodies will also be considered.

It is desirable that the applicant has previous experience of developing and building research environments within the field of mathematics education.

Suitability

Suitability refers to the applicant having the personal qualities required to successfully perform the duties and responsibilities at hand, to cooperate with other members of staff, and to drive the development of the operations in question. Applicants are also expected to have the ability to make research-ethical considerations and to follow good research practice.

Other assessment criteria

Documented interpersonal and communicative skills are considered an advantage.

A good command of English is a requirement. A good ability to communicate orally and in writing in Swedish is considered an advantage.

Information

This is a permanent full-time position. At Örebro University, salary depends on the successful candidate’s qualifications and experience.

For more information about the position, contact deputy Head of Unit Malin Hagström +46 19 30 37 09, email: malin.hagstrom@oru.se, Head of Division Henrik Olsson, +46 19 30 12 36, email: henrik.olsson@oru.se, or Head of School Mattias Bäckström, +46 19 30 39 65, email: mattias.backstrom@oru.se,

At Örebro University, we expect each member of staff to be open to development and change; take responsibility for their work and performance; demonstrate a keen interest in collaboration and contribute to development; as well as show respect for others by adopting a constructive and professional approach.

Örebro University actively pursues equal opportunities and gender equality as well as a work environment characterised by openness, trust and respect. We value the qualities that diversity adds to our operations.

Örebro University aims to improve the gender balance among professors and especially encourages female candidates to apply.

Application

The application is made online. Click the button “Apply” to begin the application procedure.

For the application to be complete, the following electronic documents must be included:

  • Covering letter, outlining how you believe you can contribute to the continued development of Örebro University
  • CV with a relevant description of your overall qualifications and experience
  • Teaching portfolio (as instructed in Örebro University's guidelines)
  • Research portfolio
  • Publication list
  • Relevant scientific publications (maximum of 10 and in full-text format)
  • Copies of relevant course/degree certificates and references verifying eligibility and criteria met

Only documents written in Swedish, English, Norwegian and Danish can be reviewed.

More information for applicants will be found at out career site: https://www.oru.se/english/working-at-orebro-university/jobs-and-vacancies/applicants-and-external-experts/

The application deadline is 2024-02-29. We look forward to receiving your application!

After the application deadline, no supplements can be made electronically. If you have scientific publications that cannot be attached electronically to the application, you will, once the external experts have been appointed, receive instructions on how the missing publications can be submitted.

As we have already made our choices in terms of external collaboration partners and marketing efforts for this recruitment process, we decline any contact with recruitment agencies and advertisers.

As directed by the National Archives of Sweden (Riksarkivet), we are required to deposit one file copy of the application documents, excluding publications, for a period of two years after the appointment decision has gained legal force.

Professor of AI and Robotics

 We are looking for a professor of AI and Robotics for a permanent position at the School of Natural Science and Technology.


Subject area

The subject area for this position is Computer Science.

Background

Örebro University is a modern university offering a range of subjects and prestigious professional degree programs. The university has around 1,600 employees and 16,000 students. This position is connected to the Centre of Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems (AASS), which carries out multi-disciplinary research at the intersection of computer science, robotics, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and computer vision. With more than 70 researchers, AASS is one of Sweden’s largest research environments in robotics and AI, established in 1998. Our research is frequently conducted in collaboration with prominent companies as well as the public sector with contributions that are internationally recognized. AASS is at the forefront of AI and robotics research, as demonstrated by our active participation in high-profile AI initiatives (for more information, visit https://www.oru.se/english/strategic-initiatives/ai/). Örebro University is a growing university, and Artificial Intelligence and Robotics are strong priorities. We aspire to create an appealing workplace where our staff takes pride and finds satisfaction in their contributions.

AASS is also responsible for computer science education at Örebro University which includes undergraduate programs in computer engineering on different levels as well as a graduate programs in computer science with focus on AI and robotics. We also contribute to a number of other undergraduate and graduate programs.

The unit is located on the central campus of Örebro University where a wide range of robotic equipment and lab facilities is available. Örebro is one of the larger cities in the heart of Sweden a two hour train ride away from Stockholm. A world class orchestra located in Örebro, inspiring exhibitions like the biannual OpenArt festival, beautiful parks, recreation areas and Tiveden national park nearby are just a few examples of what makes Örebro a special place to live in Sweden.

Duties and responsibilities

As a rule, a professor at Örebro University spends the major part of their working hours on research. They are also expected to work actively to bring in external research grants to the subject, take overall responsibility for research activities, and monitor developments within the subject field internationally. A professor is expected to be involved at all three levels of higher education and to communicate and collaborate around their own and the department’s research activities.

A professor is moreover expected, within the scope of their employment, to be active within the organization and contribute to the university’s development.

The aim of this position is to strengthen fundamental and applied research in AI and Robotics. We are looking for a strong candidate who is eager to advance the research environment by building up new research directions that are complementary to the existing expertise in AI and Robotics at Örebro University. It is particularly important to be able to collaborate with existing research groups.

You can read more at: https://www.oru.se/jointheAIteam

Therefore, we are looking for somebody who is already working in the intersection of AI and robotics (e.g. cognitive robotics, human-robot/AI communication, mobile intelligent robotics), or who has the potential to contribute to our research profile from the AI side (e.g. machine learning, knowledge representation and reasoning, natural language processing, multi-agent systems) or from the robotics side (e.g. robotic perception and control). We also want to emphasise that robotics here includes mobile robotics, multi-robot systems and networked robotics.

Qualifications and assessment criteria

A person who has demonstrated both research and teaching expertise is qualified for employment as a professor, and when assessed, as much attention is to be given to the applicant’s teaching expertise as to their research expertise. The assessment is also to consider the applicant’s qualifications and experience from collaboration with the wider community, of which the university is a part, as well as national and international experience and mobility. In addition, the applicant’s suitability for the position and their leadership skills will be assessed.

Research expertise

The applicant’s research expertise is assessed based on national and international standing and recognition in the scientific community. Research expertise is demonstrated through independent research contributions that significantly exceed the requirements for appointment as a docent, in terms of both quality and quantity and number of publications and citations in accordance with the disciplinary traditions of the post applied for.

Further evidence of recognition is provided by the ability to lead and develop research as well as through supervision of doctoral students. It is desirable that an applicant has been principal supervisor to at least two doctoral students who have successfully defended their theses. Research expertise also encompasses being/having been the principal researcher of projects with grants awarded in competition and appointments to positions of trust within academia.

Teaching expertise

The completion of courses equivalent to 10 weeks of study in teaching and learning in higher education is a general qualification requirement for permanent employment as a professor at Örebro University. Örebro University may also assess whether other experience of teaching in higher education meets this assessment criterion. A professor who on appointment lacks training in teaching and learning in higher education or equivalent expertise undertakes to complete the requisite training course(s) within two years of their appointment. Appointment as a professor also requires that the applicant has completed training in supervising doctoral students.

At Örebro University, teaching expertise is assessed in the categories teaching approach, teaching approach in practice, and professional development as a teacher. Applicants’ teaching qualifications shall be documented in accordance with Örebro University’s template for teaching portfolios and clearly relate to the values set out in Örebro University’s educational philosophy.

The assessment of applicant’s teaching expertise is based on the breadth and scope of various forms of working and teaching at the bachelor’s, master’s and/or doctoral levels, including experience of individual supervision at various levels, in addition to doctoral supervision. In addition, applicants’ ability to develop, plan, implement and evaluate teaching and examination formats is assessed, as is their ability to contribute to the pedagogical development of teaching, such as preparing teaching material, learning aids and/or governance documents for teaching. The assessment of teaching expertise is further based on applicants’ experience of management and leadership responsibilities at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels that have actively promoted student learning. Applicants’ ability to link teaching to research and contribute to a scientific approach in their teaching will also be assessed.

Collaboration and public engagement skills

The ability to interact with the surrounding society is an important part of a professor’s role and it requires a good understanding of various societal processes and the impact of university activities on these. Assessment of collaboration and public engagement skills looks at three aspects: the ability to communicate, the ability to collaborate with the surrounding society, and the ability to facilitate utilisation of the university’s research. Applicants are expected to present national and international external relations and collaborations. The ability to communicate research and science is to be considered along with the ability to conduct research in collaboration with the wider community and the ability to utilise research so that it benefits society. Experience of industrial collaborations is particularly meriting, as is experience from ethical review boards and similar duties.

Leadership skills

In assessing leadership and administrative skills, the applicant’s qualifications and experience from leadership roles within education and research are to be considered, such as a proven ability to lead activities and staff, and an ability to organise and lead research projects, research teams and/or study programmes. Experience of serving in academic positions of trust, such as faculty assignments or appointments with government research funding bodies will also be considered. Assessment criteria includes also experience in academic leadership (at unit/department/university level or equivalent) as well as assignments as a member of national and international committees, working groups or assignments in other areas of relevance. Depending on the specialisation and duties of the appointment, qualifications obtained outside the higher education sector may also be considered.

Suitability

Suitability refers to the applicant having the personal qualities required to successfully perform the duties and responsibilities at hand, to cooperate with other members of staff, and to drive the development of the operations in question. Applicants are also expected to have the ability to make research-ethical considerations and to follow good research practice.

Other assessment criteria

Very good English communication skills are mandatory and an ability to communicate in Swedish is an additional merit. Willingness to learn Swedish is highly appreciated and will be supported by the University.

Information

This is a permanent full-time position. At Örebro University, salary depends on the successful candidate’s qualifications and experience. At https://www.oru.se/english/career/ you can find information about advantages of living in Sweden with its strong social support systems as well as information on relocation support that Örebro University offers.

For more information about the position, contact Lars Karlsson (head of division), +46 19 30 33 55, e-mail: lars.karlsson@oru.se, or Mattias Bäckström (head of school), +46 19 30 39 65, e-mail: mattias.backstrom@oru.se.

At Örebro University, we expect each member of staff to be open to development and change; take responsibility for their work and performance; demonstrate a keen interest in collaboration and contribute to development; as well as show respect for others by adopting a constructive and professional approach.

Örebro University actively pursues equal opportunities and gender equality as well as a work environment characterised by openness, trust and respect. We value the qualities that diversity adds to our operations.

Örebro University aims to improve the gender balance among professors and especially encourages female candidates to apply.

Application

The application is made online. Click the button “Apply” to begin the application procedure.

For the application to be complete, the following electronic documents must be included:

  • Covering letter, outlining how you believe you can contribute to the continued development of Örebro University, with a special focus on potential collaborations within AASS (https://www.oru.se/aass).
  • CV with a relevant description of your overall qualifications and experience enabling external experts as well as the recruitment committee to evaluate according to the listed assessment criteria.
  • Teaching portfolio (as instructed in Örebro University's guidelines)
  • Research portfolio
  • Publication list
  • Relevant scientific publications (maximum of 10 and in full-text format)
  • Copies of relevant course/degree certificates and references verifying eligibility and criteria met

Only documents written in Swedish, English, Norwegian and Danish can be reviewed.
More information for applicants will be found on our career site: https://www.oru.se/english/career/available-positions/applicants-and-external-experts/

The application deadline is 2024-01-31. We look forward to receiving your application!

After the application deadline, no supplements can be made electronically. If you have scientific publications that cannot be attached electronically to the application, you will, once the external experts have been appointed, receive instructions on how the missing publications can be submitted.

As we have already made our choices in terms of external collaboration partners and marketing efforts for this recruitment process, we decline any contact with recruitment agencies and advertisers.

As directed by the National Archives of Sweden (Riksarkivet), we are required to deposit one file copy of the application documents, excluding publications, for a period of two years after the appointment decision has gained legal force.

Tenure track position in Computer Engineering

 


We are now seeking 2-3 assistant, associate, or full professors for a broad sense of System-on-Chip (SoC) design and HW/SW implementation technologies for High-Performance Computing (HPC). The positions are placed in the Faculty of Information Technology and Communication Sciences at Tampere University  in the Unit of Computing Sciences (CS). The CS unit covers the full range of IT research and education areas: Human Technology Interaction, SW engineering, Mathematics, Data Science, Signal Processing, Computer Engineering and Network and Information Security, including 46 professors and over 400 staff members. The new positions are located to the Computer Engineering research area. 


Site description

Tampere University, Tampere City and Pirkanmaa region released Chips from Finland initiative leading to strengthening EU’s Chips Act design excellence in the region that has strong business cluster around wireless communications, intelligent machines and imaging. Tampere University was recently granted a six-years Academy of Finland Profiling action “Silicon2Action” combining System-on-Chip, Wireless Communications and Robotics. System-on-Chip Hub (SoC Hub) was started in 2019 to become one of the top design sites in Europe. The success is based on a three-decade expertise on FPGA and DSP based multiprocessor system designs in collaboration with industry. Nokia designs the most advanced chips in Europe for 5G on the latest IC technology nodes in Finland, and Industry 4.0 companies has big potential for custom chips differentiating and securing the competitiveness. To meet industrial challenges, SoC Hub focuses on large, top quality prototype chips in the smallest geometries and aiming at high technology readiness level TRL6 onwards. SoC Hub created a unique co-working model in which over 70 experts from the university and companies carry out the SoC design daily. The promise of one large SoC per year has been proven with over 130M transistor chips from 2021. We use open source and custom Intellectual Property (IP) blocks and a mixture of open source and commercial EDA tools. IP-blocks include our own openasip.org DSP cores, RISC-V cores, network-on-chip, AI and crypto accelerators, and high-speed interfaces. Our own SoC tools include the famous open-source IP-XACT-based Kactus2. An example of the applications is full HW implementation of Kvazaar HEVC video encoder.


Job description

The positions expand the current research to create innovative architectures and components for contemporary applications and using the most modern tools and methodologies. We look forward to collaboration among the new positions in a complementary way. We search candidates for the following topics and working profiles on the field: 

  1. System-on-Chip architectures and implementations. This topic aims at modeling and designing optimized signal processing, wireless communications, security, or robotics algorithms for SoC, tto connect different abstraction levels on application development and chip design.
    The expected outcomes are, for example, new models, design space exploration results, architectures, and IP-block designs.
  2. System-on-Chip design methods, tools, and processes. The topic aims at research on methodologies, Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools, ASIC backend design, and physical implementation of the chips. We value the passion to learn and lead the technology development for the latest digital ASIC technologies down to Ångström level geometries and new integration approaches like System-in-Package that must be considered also in the system level design.
  3. High performance real-time computing. The topic aims at creating high performance computing blocks for SoCs under very high real-time and energy consumption constraints. The work may include modeling, profiling, and mapping of the algorithms on advanced DSP, GPU and processor architectures, and contribute to the HW design of custom IP-blocks and subsystems. The applications can focus on graphics rendering, video processing, machine learning, or specific fields of High-Performance Computing that call for custom chip designs.


The final profile of the position can be tailored according to your specific expertise and may include, for example, some of the following key topics: 

  • System-on-Chip architectures, On-chip networks, RISC-V, Post-Quantum Security, AI, Approximate computing
  • Methodologies like functional formal verification and ASIC modelling
  • Application of AI to design flow, IP-XACT based design automation, open-source EDA tools
  • SoC design for Chiplets and Heterogeneous Integration
  • Quantum computer interfacing
  • Low-power design and energy efficient architectures
  • Sustainability aspects like SoC design for long life-cycle, re-usability and second purposing  

In general, our tenure track staff are expected to: 

  • pursue and supervise scientific research in the field,
  • lead, conduct and develop research-led teaching, curriculum development and student supervision
  • seek, secure and manage research funding from different sources e.g. EU instruments
  • demonstrate effective academic leadership and engage with external stakeholders


Requirements

Assistant Professor

We require:

  • applicable doctoral degree
  • ability to undertake independent scholarly activity and potential to pursue scholarly activity at a high international level of excellence  
  • teaching skills required to successfully perform the duties and functions of the position.


Associate Professor

We require:

  • applicable doctoral degree
  • track record of independent scholarly activity
  • teaching skills required to successfully perform the duties and functions of the position 
  • ability to lead a research group and acquire external funding
  • track record of international scholarly activity.


Professor

We require:

  • applicable doctoral degree
  • high-level international scholarly expertise
  • experience of leading scientific research
  • ability to provide high-quality research-based education and instruction 
  • track record of winning external research funding  
  • track record of international scholarly activity


We will expect you to demonstrate how your profile aligns with the strategy of Tampere University and with the profile of the Faculty of Information Technology and Communication Sciences and describe how you would work in a multidisciplinary environment. Ideally, for more senior level appointments, you will have experience of leading or making a major contribution to a research group. Track-record of industry collaboration is considered as an asset. 


We offer

Initial appointment as an assistant professor and associate professor will be for five years. Subject to successful performance, you will become a tenured faculty member at the end of the first five-year period. You will be well supported throughout the five-year period to ease your transition to a tenured position. Full professors will hold a permanent appointment from the outset. Please read more about tenure track career system at Tampere University. A trial period of six months applies to all our new employees.

Salaries are based on the job demands and employees’ personal performance in accordance with the Finnish University Salary System. Typical  starting salary range will be from €4,200 to €4,900/month for an assistant professor and from €4,900 to €5,700/month for an associate professor and from 5,900-6,900 EUR/month for a professor. A higher salary may be agreed upon based on the successful candidate’s experience and/or performance. 

We offer you the opportunity to join our dynamic and innovative international community. As a member of staff at Tampere University, you will enjoy a range of competitive benefits, such as a flexible work schedule, good facilities for teleworking, occupational healthcare services, a variety of affordable food and drink outlets across our campuses and a personal fund to spend on sports and cultural activities in your free time. Please read more about working at Tampere University. You can also find more information about us and working and living Tampere by watching our video: Tampere Higher Education Community - our academic playground 

Tampere, located between two big lakes, is Finland’s second largest city area and the biggest inland city in the Nordic countries. The nature is close everywhere you turn your head in Tampere. This together with a strong tradition in industry make Tampere a unique environment for living and working. At present the region hosts a great deal of industry and service businesses, and the City of Tampere is a major hub for the Finnish ICT industry. For more information on Tampere, please check VisitTampereWelcome to Tampere and International House Tampere.

Finland provides one of the most advanced and comprehensive social security in the world. It includes for example sickness benefits, various family benefits and a comprehensive healthcare system. For more information on Finland, please check InfoFinland and This is Finland.


How to apply

Please submit your application through our online recruitment system (link below). The closing date for applications is August 4th 2023 (at 23.59 EEST / UTC 20:59).

Please write your application and all accompanying documents in English and attach them in PDF format. Applications should include the following documents:

  • Curriculum Vitae according to TENK guidelines
  • List of publications according to Academy of Finland guidelines. Please indicate your ten most important publications and a link to those. You may also gather the publications to a cloud file and add a link to this to your list of publications.
  • Teaching portfolio (according the university guideline
  • A research plan (max. 4 pages) including your research vision in this field and a plan for research for next 5 years
  • A brief account of your career and of your key achievements (max. 1 page)
  • The names, positions and contact details of two referees who can support your application.


For more information, please contact:

Professor Timo Hämäläinen, Computer Science Unit, timo.hamalainen@tuni.fi,  


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Tenure track,  Tietokonetekniikka, 2-3 tehtävää

Tampereen yliopisto ja Tampereen ammattikorkeakoulu muodostavat yhdessä Suomen toiseksi suurimman monitieteisen, innostavan ja vaikuttavan tutkimus- ja oppimisyhteisön. Korkeakouluyhteisömme osaamiskärjet ovat tekniikka, terveys ja yhteiskunta. Lue lisää: www.tuni.fi


Etsimme Tietokonetekniikan alueelle 2-3 tenure track –tutkijaa (Assistant Professor), tenure track-professoria (Associate Professor) tai professoria.

Tehtävät sijoittuvat Tampereen yliopiston Informaatioteknologian ja viestinnän tiedekunnassa Tietotekniikan yksiköön, joka kattaa laajasti IT-alueen tutkimus- ja koulutusaloja aina transistoritason ilmiöistä ihmisen ja teknologian vuorovaikutukseen. Uudet tehtävät vahvistavat uutta strategista monitieteistä avaustamme ”Siruja Suomesta” tähtäimenä EU:n Chips Actin osaamiskeskus, joka laajentaa jo vahvasti käynnistynyttä System-on-Chip Hub:ia. 


Tehtävänkuvaus

Valittujen henkilöiden odotetaan vahvistavan ja laajentavan järjestelmäpiirien (System-on-Chip) suunnittelun osaamista tutkimalla ja kehittämällä mm. suunnittelumenetelmiä, arkkitehtuureja ja rakennelohkoja sekä tuotannossa laatutestattuja prototyyppisiruja AI, 5G, IoT, kuvantamis-, video-, grafiikka-, robotiikka- ja tietoturvasovelluksissa. Valittavat henkilöt voivat osaamisprofiilinsa mukaisesti painottua esittämilleen järjestelmäpiirisuunnittelun osa-alueille.


Hakuohjeet:

Lue tarkempi tehtävän kuvaus, vaatimukset ja hakuohjeet englanninkielisestä ilmoituksesta yllä. 

Hakuaika tehtävään päättyy 4.8.2023 klo 23.59 EEST / UTC 20:59).


Application period starts: 2023-05-25 12:00Application period ends: 2023-08-04 23:59

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