Georgia Institute of Technology-Management Positions

Steve W. Chaddick School Chair
School of Electrical and
Computer Engineering
The College of Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology is
seeking nominations and applications for the position of the Steve
W. Chaddick School Chair of the School of Electrical and Computer
Engineering (ECE). The School of ECE is the largest ECE school in
the nation: 110 full-time faculty members, 1,419 undergraduates, and
1,137 graduate students with an annual operating budget, including
external funding, of approximately $90 million. The School offers two
bachelor degrees (electrical engineering, computer engineering), and
master’s and doctoral degrees in electrical and computer engineering.
All ECE degree programs consistently rank in the top six by U.S. News
& World Report and regularly draw top notch students both domestic
and international. In addition to the main campus in Atlanta, ECE has
students and faculty at the Georgia Tech Lorraine campus in France
and has a number of other international educational programs at sites
that include China, Germany and Italy.
Owing to the School of ECE’s size and quality, decisions made here
reverberate on a national scale. The diverse faculty broadly represents
all areas of research and education in ECE including: Bioengineering,
Computer Systems and Software, Digital Signal Processing, Electrical
Energy, Electromagnetics, Electronic Design and Applications,
Microelectronics/Microsystems, Optics and Photonics, Systems and
Controls, Telecommunications, and VLSI Systems and Digital Design.
Much of the research of the School is conducted through internationally
recognized interdisciplinary centers. Additional information may be
found at https://www.ece.gatech.edu/research/.
The Steve W. Chaddick School Chair reports to the Dean of the College
of Engineering and has overall responsibility for the academic and
research programs of ECE, including all administrative, budgetary, and
personnel decisions, and external affairs. A candidate for the position
must have a doctoral degree and international recognition in his/her
specific discipline(s) with a record of excellence in technical, academic
and professional achievements. Candidates must demonstrate a strong
commitment to engineering education, interdisciplinary research,
entrepreneurship, diversity, and inclusion. Candidates should have the
strategic skills and vision necessary to advance ECE within a rapidly
evolving multi-disciplinary and high-technology environment.
Applications and nominations should include a letter of interest,
curriculum vitae and names and address of five references. Electronic
submission of nominations and materials is preferred and should be
submitted to: ece-search@coe.gatech.edu. Review of application
materials will begin November 15, 2017 and will continue until the
position is filled.
The Georgia Institute of Technology is an
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.

Georgia Institute of Technology-Management Positions

Steve W. Chaddick School Chair
School of Electrical and
Computer Engineering
The College of Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology is
seeking nominations and applications for the position of the Steve
W. Chaddick School Chair of the School of Electrical and Computer
Engineering (ECE). The School of ECE is the largest ECE school in
the nation: 110 full-time faculty members, 1,419 undergraduates, and
1,137 graduate students with an annual operating budget, including
external funding, of approximately $90 million. The School offers two
bachelor degrees (electrical engineering, computer engineering), and
master’s and doctoral degrees in electrical and computer engineering.
All ECE degree programs consistently rank in the top six by U.S. News
& World Report and regularly draw top notch students both domestic
and international. In addition to the main campus in Atlanta, ECE has
students and faculty at the Georgia Tech Lorraine campus in France
and has a number of other international educational programs at sites
that include China, Germany and Italy.
Owing to the School of ECE’s size and quality, decisions made here
reverberate on a national scale. The diverse faculty broadly represents
all areas of research and education in ECE including: Bioengineering,
Computer Systems and Software, Digital Signal Processing, Electrical
Energy, Electromagnetics, Electronic Design and Applications,
Microelectronics/Microsystems, Optics and Photonics, Systems and
Controls, Telecommunications, and VLSI Systems and Digital Design.
Much of the research of the School is conducted through internationally
recognized interdisciplinary centers. Additional information may be
found at https://www.ece.gatech.edu/research/.
The Steve W. Chaddick School Chair reports to the Dean of the College
of Engineering and has overall responsibility for the academic and
research programs of ECE, including all administrative, budgetary, and
personnel decisions, and external affairs. A candidate for the position
must have a doctoral degree and international recognition in his/her
specific discipline(s) with a record of excellence in technical, academic
and professional achievements. Candidates must demonstrate a strong
commitment to engineering education, interdisciplinary research,
entrepreneurship, diversity, and inclusion. Candidates should have the
strategic skills and vision necessary to advance ECE within a rapidly
evolving multi-disciplinary and high-technology environment.
Applications and nominations should include a letter of interest,
curriculum vitae and names and address of five references. Electronic
submission of nominations and materials is preferred and should be
submitted to: ece-search@coe.gatech.edu. Review of application
materials will begin November 15, 2017 and will continue until the
position is filled.
The Georgia Institute of Technology is an
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.