Faculty positions in Electronics and VLSI Design

Electronics and VLSI Design

Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Electronics Engineering or an allied area, from a reputed institution, and a good research record and background. The following sub-areas are currently of interest:

  • Circuits/Electronics: VLSI Technology, Analog circuits, Mixed mode ICs, Semiconductor Devices
  • Embedded Systems: Edge Computing, Real Time Operating Systems, Side Channel Analysis and Hardware Security
  • Robotics: Autonomous Systems, Human-robot Interaction, Perception-based Controls and Robotics, Drones, Multi-agent Systems, Intelligent Control Systems

Minimum Eligibility Criteria (all disciplines except design area candidates)

(i) Ph. D. with a first class or equivalent in the preceding degree and an excellent academic record throughout; and

(ii) A strong research record with publications in reputed journals and conferences.

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. with strong research capabilities and a strong passion for teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Postdoctoral experience is preferred.

Associate Professor

A minimum of six years post-Ph.D. teaching/research/professional experience of which at least three years should be at the level of Assistant Professor at higher educational institutions. A strong research record as evidenced by publications, external research grants /projects, and experience in doctoral supervision is expected.

We also welcome applications from candidates with a strong research background and relevant industry experience.

Application Process

Prospective candidates should send an email to dean_faculty[at]daiict[dot]ac[dot]in with Subject as “Faculty position in Disciplines/Areas (e.g. Computer Science, Humanities & Social Sciences)". Please attach the following to your email:

  • CV with details about your education starting 12th standard board exams (mention marks/CGPA, year of passing, specialization if any), work experience, and publications. Please provide names of three references who may be contacted for a letter of reference in support of your candidature.
  • A research statement giving research background, research outcomes, and future research plans.
  • A teaching statement giving teaching methodology, teaching experience, foundation/core courses you would like to teach, and elective courses you would like to teach.
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