University of Twente

University of Twente

Assistant professor analog/RF IC Design

Netherlands

Closing in 3 days

As part of the strategic program “Personalized eHealth technology”, we are looking for a highly motivated assistant professor with expertise in Analog/RF Integrated Circuit Design. This strategic program aims to improve our health care by e-health strategies. Key to this is the ability to measure an individual's health status. Apart from sensors and actuators, electronics is needed for sensor interfaces and wireless communication.

In this field, you will develop new lines of funded research and contribute to supervising PhD students. To make a quick start, you will receive a start-up package for this position, which can be used to hire a PhD student.

Contributing to teaching is part of this position.

For this you will (co-)teach in existing courses that are already given by the ICD group and be involved in the development of new courses. Furthermore you will supervise BSc and/or MSc students from mainly Electrical Engineering.

This assistant professor position is part of the ‘sectorplannen 2', and therefore, you will work in close collaboration with colleagues from the Lab- on-a-chip group (BIOS) and biomedical signals and systems (BSS) group.

Your profile
  • You hold a PhD degree in a relevant area of research, such as Analog / RF Integrated Circuit design.
  • You are an enthusiastic and highly motivated researcher, with team spirit and who is not afraid to work in an interdisciplinary team.
  • You have a creative mindset and excellent analytical skills.
  • You have the drive to apply for external projects.
  • You possess a (equivalent of) University Teaching Qualification or are willing to obtain this, and have the ambition to become a skilled and collegial teacher.
  • You possess good communication skills, an excellent command of English (C1 or C2) and an excellent command of Dutch -or willing to learn Dutch within 3 years (C1 level).
  • Our offer
  • We offer a structural position in a very stimulating scientific environment, with a temporary contract. After positive evaluation, the contract can be converted into a permanent contract.
  • Your salary and associated conditions are in accordance with the collective labour agreement for Dutch universities (CAO-NU).
  • Gross salary between € 4.332,- and € 6.737 per month (scale 11-12) depending on experience and qualifications.
  • Excellent benefits including a holiday allowance of 8% of the gross annual salary, a year-end bonus of 8.3% and a solid pension scheme.
  • Between 29 and 41 leave days in case of full-time employment;
  • Excellent support and facilities for professional and personal development.
  • We are also a family-friendly institution that offers parental leave (both paid and unpaid) and career support for partners.
  • Information and application

    Are you interested in this position? Please send your application via the 'Apply now' button below before 1 March and include:

  • A detailed CV
  • A motivation letter
  • List of publications
  • Contact details of referees
  • Plan of your research and educational ambitions (max. 2 A4)
  • We would very much like to increase the number of women in the department. Therefore we prefer female candidates. Hence we will start this procedure with only considering female applicants as a first step. If this does not result in a match, we will resume the procedure with male applicants as soon as possible. However, we do invite all candidates to apply immediately.”

    For more information regarding this position, you are welcome to contact Bram Nauta ([email protected])

    About the organisation

    The faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS) uses mathematics, electronics and computer technology to contribute to the development of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). With ICT present in almost every device and product we use nowadays, we embrace our role as contributors to a broad range of societal activities and as pioneers of tomorrow's digital society. As part of a people-first tech university that aims to shape society, individuals and connections, our faculty works together intensively with industrial partners and researchers in the Netherlands and abroad, and conducts extensive research for external commissioning parties and funders. Our research has a high profile both in the Netherlands and internationally. It has been accommodated in three multidisciplinary UT research institutes: Mesa+ Institute, TechMed Centre and Digital Society Institute.

    Want to know more? Nauta, B. (Bram)

    Distinguished Professor (Universiteitshoogleraar)

    Nauta, B. (Bram)

    Distinguished Professor (Universiteitshoogleraar)

    Do you have questions about this vacancy? Then you can contact Bram for all substantive questions about this position and the application procedure. For general questions about working for the UT, please refer to the chatbot.

    Contact

    Phone:+31534892655

    Email:[email protected]

    How to apply Step 1

    Apply. When you see a vacancy that appeals to you, you can apply online. We ask you to upload a CV and motivation letter and/or list of publications. You will receive a confirmation of receipt by e-mail.

    Step 2

    Selection. The selection committee will review your application and you will receive a response within 2 weeks after the vacancy has been closed.

    Step 3

    1st interview. The 1st (online or in person) meeting serves as an introduction where we introduce ourselves to you and you to us. You may be asked to give a short presentation. This will be further explained in the invitation.

    Step 4

    2nd interview. In the second interview, we will further discuss the job content, your skills and your talents.

    Step 5

    The offer. If the conversations are positive, you will be made a suitable offer.

    Your Colleagues
  • Meeuwenoord, I.M. (Inge)
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  • Annema, A.J. (Anne-Johan)
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  • Zee, R.A.R. van der (Ronan)
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    Job details

    Title

    Assistant professor analog/RF IC Design

    Employer

    University of Twente

    Location

    Netherlands

    Published

    February 10, 2024

    Application deadline

    March 01, 2024

    Job type

    Associate Professor/Professor

    Field

    Computer Science,Engineering,Mathematics

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