[robotics-worldwide] Faculty Positions in Robotics and Control Systems
songhwai at snu.ac.kr
Mon May 31 18:17:46 PDT 2010
Tenure-Track Faculty Positions
The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at
the Seoul National University invites applications for full-time tenure
track faculty positions at all ranks, in the areas of Robotics and Control Systems.
Other areas of electrical engineering and computer science are also considered.
The EECS department is seeking a candidate with outstanding research and
teaching credentials who can play a major role in research. Application
review for each position will begin in May 2010 and continue until the
positions are filled. Each candidate must have a Ph.D. degree earned by
May 2010 and will be expected to lecture in English. Applicants must
hold non-Korean citizenship.
Please visit http://www.useoul.edu/ and http://eei.snu.ac.kr/english/
for more information on the faculty recruitment. Applicants should
electronically submit applications containing a cover letter, a detailed
CV, research and teaching statements, and three professional references
The EECS department at SNU has over 60 faculty members conducting
research in wide range of areas including but not limited to, IT/Bio and
IT/Nanotechnology, Computer and VLSI, Systems Control, Instrumentation,
and Automation, Electric Energy Systems, Electrophysics and
Laser Technology Information, Telecommunications and Radio Sciences,
Semiconductor Devices, and Integrated Circuits. Faculty members are
engaged in interdisciplinary research through a number of research
centers and international collaborative research projects.
The Seoul National University (SNU) is the premier university in the
Republic of Korea with international stature. Ranked 51st among the
world's best universities by the Times of London in 2007, SNU aims to
become one of the top ten by 2025. The university comprises 16 colleges,
a graduate school of arts and sciences, and six professional graduate
schools, altogether enrolling approximately 30,000 students. The
full-time faculty of about 2,500 offers 83 undergraduate and 98 graduate
programs, including 27 interdisciplinary programs. SNU also houses 143
research centers. Its vibrant main campus is located on the scenic hills
of Gwanak Mountain in southern Seoul.
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