Carnegie Mellon is seeking exceptional candidates who can deliver innovative, interdisciplinary graduate programs in the areas of:
- Software engineering
- Mobile computing
- Cloud computing
- Cyber-security and privacy
- Wireless networking
- Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technologies
- Broadband applications
- Embedded systems
- Energy systems
- Image and signal processing
- Innovation and technology management
Candidates should possess a Ph.D. in a related discipline and an outstanding record in research, teaching and leadership. Qualified candidates are expected to collaborate with local industry in technology innovation and entrepreneurship.
Applications should include a comprehensive resume including a complete list of publications, three to five professional references, a statement of research and teaching interests (less than two pages each) and copies of two research papers (journal or conference papers).
Applications submitted via email to:
Professor Bruce Krogh, Director of Carnegie Mellon University in Rwanda