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Jr. Assistant Professor

The University of Trento, Italy seeks candidates with significant accomplishments in any field related to Information and Communication Technology (ICT), who are committed to applying their research to the energy domain (e.g., smart buildings, smart grids, green computing, etc.).

The successful candidate for the position will be expected to have a strong publication record and the ability to work both independently and collaboratively. A proven record of participation in research projects and experience in teaching in English in graduate institutions is desirable. Knowledge of Italian is not a requirement. The University of Trento particularly welcomes applications from women candidates.

The Department offers two graduate courses (Computer Science and Telecommunications Engineering) and a Ph.D. school—all taught exclusively in English and designed for an international student audience—besides a double degree Master of Science program in ICT Innovation within the European Institute of Technology ICTLabs, of which Trento is a core partner.

The Department also offers three undergraduate courses, including a recently approved strategic initiative in cooperation with the Economics and Management Department to start a B.Sc. degree taught in English.

The successful candidate is expected to teach a course in one of these programs, based on previous expertise and background, and conduct research in the context of the Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science (DISI)

More information available here.

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