Professor and Cisco Chair in Digital Transport
The School of Computer Science and Engineering is pleased to announce that it has started advertising for a Cisco Chair in Digital Transport. This has been established through funding from Cisco, and is a key role in building, re-enforcing and extending a rich and longstanding partnership between UNSW and Cisco. The role of Professor and Cisco Chair in Digital Transport is a joint appointment in the School of Computer Science and Engineering and the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
We are seeking to appoint a Professor who will actively engage with Cisco on a range of activities to promote the Cisco-UNSW partnership, in addition to providing high level research leadership in the field of Digital Transport and academic leadership in programs associated with Innovation Central Sydney (a joint venture between Cisco, Data61 and UNSW). Demonstrated experience with/or collaborations on mobile networks, behaviour analysis, data analytics, distributed systems, human machine cooperation, Internet of Things (IoT), multi vehicle planning, network science, resource allocation, secure systems, trustworthy AI, transport modelling or visual analytics would be an advantageous.
The role of the Cisco Research Chair will be to lead this third wave of innovation and shape the future of transport. Cisco is innovating everywhere, taking bold risks to shape the technologies that give us connected cars, connected roadways, connected rail, connected mass transit and smart cities. And Cisco does this in style with unique personalities who aren’t afraid to change the way the world works, lives, plays and learns.
The full job advertisement can be found here with links to the position description.