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Position in Electronics at Tech. U. of Crete, Chania

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The Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering of the Technical University of Crete, Greece, is interested in filling a faculty position in the area of Electronics. The faculty position is either in the Assistant Professor (tenure track) level or the Associate Professor (tenure) level.

The areas of interest are: microelectronics, embedded systems, sensors, optoelectronics, low-power electronics, smart-power, analog design, RF design, reconfigurable computing.

The potential candidate should have at least two years (for the Assistant Professor level) or four years (for the Associate Professor level) of teaching and research experience after completion of his/her PhD and a number of publications in the above-mentioned areas of interest.

Interested candidates should send as soon as possible a CV to the address below.

Kostas Kalaitzakis, Assoc. Professor TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF CRETE Dept. of Electronics and Computer Eng. GR 73100 - CHANIA, GREECE Office .... (+30 821) 37213 - 37201 Home .... (+30 821) 44854 GSM ..... (+3) 0946-685578 Fax ........ (+30 821) 37213 - 37202 E-mail ... WWW ...

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