The Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at the University of Michigan is among the leading departments of its kind in the nation, and is home to 140+ faculty who teach, mentor, lead, and conduct remarkable research that addresses some of the world’s biggest challenges in areas such as power and energy, transportation, information security, and healthcare. Our research activity, which is presently supported by more than $67M annually in funding, is among the largest of any EE and CS program in the country.
The University of Michigan is one of the world's leading research universities, with more than $1.39 billion in research expenditures annually. It has been ranked the #1 public research university by the National Science Foundation (2015) and the 5th best U.S. public university by US News and World Report (2016). With 19 schools and colleges, the University is rich with opportunity for collaboration and cross-disciplinary inquiry.
Our EECS Department is housed primarily in the EECS Building, home of the Lurie Nonofabrication Center, and in the spacious Bob and Betty Beyster Building, both of which are located on the U-M North Campus in Ann Arbor. These buildings contain some of the most modern facilities available on any university campus for instruction and research in EECS.
The EECS Department at the University of Michigan has two divisions: Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) and Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). Each division has its own faculty search committee and its own hiring priorities. These committees will coordinate when considering faculty applicants whose interests span the two divisions and such applications are welcome.
|Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)||Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)|
The University of Michigan Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) Division expects strong growth in the coming years and
invites applications for multiple tenure-track and teaching faculty (lecturer) positions at all levels. Our search is
broad, seeking exceptional candidates from all areas of computer science and computer engineering, and includes a targeted
search for cross-disciplinary areas and an endowed professorship (the Fischer Chair) in theoretical computer science.
Qualifications include an outstanding academic record, a doctorate or equivalent in computer science or computer engineering,
and a strong commitment to teaching and research. The college is especially interested in candidates who can contribute,
through their research, teaching, and/or service, to the diversity and excellence of the academic community.
The University of Michigan is one of the world's leading research universities with annual research funding of well over $1 billion. It consists of highly-ranked departments and colleges across engineering, sciences, medicine, law, business, and the arts. More than a quarter of CSE faculty have sponsored collaborations with faculty in other units. The CSE Division is vibrant and innovative, with over 50 world-class faculty members, over 300 graduate students, several Research Centers, and a large and illustrious network of alumni. Ann Arbor is well known as one of the best college towns in the country. The University of Michigan has a strong dual-career assistance program.
We encourage candidates to apply as soon as possible. For best consideration for Fall 2018, please apply by December 1, 2017. Positions remain open until filled and applications can be submitted throughout the year. For more details on these positions and to apply, please visit the Application Web Page.
|ECE Applications are now closed.|