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Electrical & Computer Engineering Faculty Job Openings


The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Brigham Young University announces that it has two openings for continuing-faculty-status professorial track positions. The department is seeking outstanding faculty candidates who will challenge an exceptional student body through teaching, mentoring, and excellent research, and a willingness to fully support and participate in the ideals and mission of BYU. The first opening is specifically for candidates in the area of Computer Engineering. The second opening is for candidates in any areas of Electrical or Computer Engineering.

Apply Now - Computer Engineering Area

Apply Now - Electrical and Computer Engineering Areas

Dr. Long wows the environmental science community (again)

By Holly Cluff October 15, 2021 11:19 AM
A never-before-seen view of Earth has entered the internet, in which a fluffy mass billows out from Antarctica. Viewing it is like witnessing the growth of a cotton candy colossus otherwise native to fever dreams or R.L. Stine’s imagination, prepping to overtake the world in spun-sugar domination.

Alum credits Dr. Warnick for helping him get dream position

By Holly Cluff October 11, 2021 11:17 AM
BYU ECEn alum and Diao Junming recently took a huge pay cut and moved from Silicon Valley and a position at Apple to Starkville, Mississippi for a new job. He is elated, and so is his former mentor, Dr. Karl Warnick.

IEEE club provides resources and connections for students

By Holly Cluff October 08, 2021 04:10 PM
If you’re into scholarships, connections with professionals, and building high-tech stuff (without getting graded on it), have we got a club for you! The IEEE club provides members with experiences, hands-on projects, and resources to help them succeed in their careers. It is open for all electrical and computer engineering students to join.

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