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Assistant/Associate/Full Professor in Chemistry

UT Arlington
Arlington, Texas
Salary negotiable
Closing date
Mar 21, 2024

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The University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) is pleased to announce a Semiconductors cluster hiring initiative. We are seeking outstanding tenure-track/tenured Assistant/Associate/Full Professors whose scholarship focuses on (i) Back-end Technologies and Packaging and (ii) Development of Advanced Semiconductor Materials and Quantum Technologies. Candidates must hold a Ph.D. in engineering, science, or related discipline appropriate to the research focus of the cluster. The appointment of a given candidate will be in a relevant department, either in the College of Engineering (COE) or the College of Science (COS), based on the candidate’s background. Applicants must show exceptional promise for high-quality research, teaching, professional development, and the ability to build extramurally funded research programs. Candidates are expected to demonstrate the ability to work effectively in a highly collaborative, engaging, and dynamic environment comprising individuals with various backgrounds, skills, and perspectives.

The appointments are expected to commence September 1, 2024, for the start of the Fall 2024 semester.

Areas of special interest include, but are not limited to:
Back-end Technologies and Packaging (two positions):

  • Area 1: advanced interconnects, encompassing 3D and optical interconnects, new metal interconnects/dielectrics, materials/structure for high-performance interconnects and advanced devices, new solder alloys and interconnect components (barrier, low-k, thin metallic films, etc.).
  • Area 2: packaging/interconnect engineering on the interface reaction and management, reliability assessment techniques, heterogeneous integration, and co-designed electronics.

Advanced Semiconductor Materials and Quantum Technologies (two positions):

  • Area 3: Chemical synthesis, precursor development of next-generation semiconductors, low dimensional structures, and unusual geometries. Characterization of deposition methods, mechanisms, and growth. Applicants whose research is guided by data-driven approaches or includes autonomous processing are especially encouraged to apply.
  • Area 4: quantum information theory, solid-state quantum memories, and/or quantum device integration.

However, all areas with the potential to significantly advance the field of advanced semiconductor materials and quantum technologies will be considered.

Applicants should apply through:

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