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- To begin approximately August 1, 2017 or as soon thereafter as possible, subject to position clearance and availability of funds.
- Teach and develop undergraduate and graduate courses in the area of electrical engineering, including teaching via various distance delivery modes as may be required. Develop externally funded research programs resulting in publications in leading scholarly journals, publish research work, supervise graduate students, and provide departmental, college and university service.
- The University of Hawai'i is a Carnegie doctoral/research extensive university with a strong emphasis on research and graduate education. The Hawaii Center for Advanced Communications (HCAC) is an Organized Research Unit (ORU) in the College of Engineering with full time tenure/tenure track faculty working on multidisciplinary research while teaching in the Electrical Engineering Department. HCAC has significant laboratory facilities including an advanced wireless communications testbed, an indoor anechoic chamber and antenna range, and a microwave network analysis laboratory equipped with several network and spectrum analyzers and microwave probe station. Graduate students in HCAC are offered M.S and PhD. degrees in electrical engineering. Current research activities in HCAC are in the area of advanced wireless communications technologies with focus on Integration of electromagnetics, digital signal processing and networking protocol assets in the design and optimization of advanced multifunction wireless physical systems. Applications areas include directional wireless networks, medical devices and systems (in collaboration with the Medical School and Queen’s Medical center) and Internet of Things research opportunities. For additional information please access HCAC web site at http://hcac.hawaii.edu and other related website across the College of Engineering at http://www.eng.hawaii.edu
- An earned Ph.D. (All-But-Dissertation, ABD, cases will be considered but dissertation must be filed before start of employment) in Electrical Engineering, or a closely related discipline, with a strong research track record. The core search areas are: (i) Digital signal processing and algorithms, (ii) wireless communications networks, and (iii) digital electronic circuits. Exceptional candidates in other areas of electrical engineering will also be considered, but candidates must show how their future research will advance the core search areas in HCAC. Examples of other areas include, but are not limited to: (i) Active and passive 3D broadband Metamaterials , (ii) Advanced antenna array designs and propagation modeling and (iii) integrated cyber physical systems (includes Internet of Things).
- Dr. Magdy F Iskander; 808-956-3434; firstname.lastname@example.org
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