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Collaborate, discover, innovate, and inspire! The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Boise State University is seeking talented and passionate individuals to join us. People who want to make a profound impact in your field and the lives of students through cutting-edge research, outreach, instruction, and mentorship of undergraduate and graduate students.

Current Opportunities

Adjunct Professors

Industry professionals can contribute as adjunct professors, teaching courses in a variety of specialty areas.  We are eager to build a pool of qualified instructors in the areas of circuits, digital systems, and microprocessors. To apply for a temporary teaching position, please complete our adjunct application.

Graduate Research Assistants

Translational NeuroTechnology Lab

We are Hiring!

Dr. Omid Yaghmazadeh’s research group studies the effects of electromagnetic waves on neural activity to develop innovative therapeutic applications for brain disorder treatments.

Ideal candidates will have a background in the broad fields of neural and biomedical engineering and neuroscience. Prior experience with rodent experimentation and neural data recording/analysis is preferred.

Funded doctoral research assistants will focus on the translational application of TRFS, a novel non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) method developed by Dr. Yaghmazadeh. This research is multi-disciplinary, situated at the intersection of Neuroscience, Engineering, and Medicine.

Apply now for positions starting in the summer or fall of 2025. Email your CV and letter of interest to apply:

About Us

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is part of the vibrant College of Engineering, which is ranked in the top 150 colleges by US News & World Report for both undergraduate and graduate programs. The College offers a variety of accredited programs and receives a high level of support from industry in Idaho and the Intermountain West.

Through the newly established Institute for Microelectronics Education and Research, faculty will have the unique opportunity to collaborate with industry leaders across all areas of microelectronics. Our strong partnership with Micron Technology’s R&D facilities in Boise, Idaho, and a future $15B manufacturing facility will open doors to unparalleled research and manufacturing engagement.

Boise State University has also been recently awarded an NIH Phase 1 Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE). This award in Convergent Engineering and Biomolecular Science supports a research theme in biomedical devices, sensors, and systems.

A new program called “Semiconductor for All” has been funded by an Idaho Workforce Development Council grant. Semiconductor for All will enable education leaders at Boise State University to develop outreach and courses and to develop stronger education pathways for the semiconductor industry for students from their first years of elementary school through high school, from their bachelor’s degree to their Ph.D.

All of these initiatives are propelling us into new territory and we’re excited to invite you along as we continue to build robust, people-centered programs that deliver high-quality educational opportunities. Our dynamic and exciting programs are designed to emphasize problem-based learning with an innovative and engaging curriculum. We offer two bachelor of science degrees: Electrical Engineering and Computer Systems Engineering. The BS CSE is a new undergraduate program developed in response to industry demands for educating and training next-generation engineers capable of integrating software and hardware solutions to produce secure and stable systems.

We also offer a minor in Electrical Engineering as well as several certificate options, including Biomedical Instrumentation, Cyber Operations, Cyber-physical Systems for all majors, and a series of certificates related to the Security of Cyber-physical Systems. At the graduate level, we offer a master of science, a master of engineering, and a doctorate in electrical and computer engineering.

Our students come from all regions and backgrounds and we expect that by the time they graduate, they are prepared to understand diverse perspectives, evaluate electrical and computer engineering problems, conduct research, communicate effectively, create networks, and lead innovative change.

Boise State University, powered by creativity and innovation, stands uniquely positioned in the Northwest as a metropolitan research university of distinction. Learn more about Boise State and the City of Boise at

Assistant Professor

Make a profound impact in your field and the lives of students through cutting-edge research, outreach, instruction, and mentorship of undergraduate and graduate students.

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Boise State University is seeking to add people to the department who love their work, enjoy balance, appreciate the outdoors, are competent communicators and collaborators, and want to live in a place as wild and wonderful as Boise. At least one of these amazing humans is needed for tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant or Associate Professor level for fall 2025. Outstanding candidates will ideally have a doctoral degree in electrical and computer engineering (or a similar field) with experience teaching and in industry. We are interested in attracting educators who care about teaching effectiveness and prioritize student success. Applicants may come from a range of disciplines and theoretical approaches but must have relevant expertise. After evaluating the needs of our programs and our constituents, we’ve identified integrated circuit design as our primary focus.  We expect to be interviewing top candidates by Zoom in November and on-campus in December 2024.

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