Work for the ICC

The Institute of Computing and Cybersystems (ICC) provides faculty and students the opportunity to work across organizational boundaries to create an environment that is a reflection of contemporary technological innovation. Are you interested in helping us pursue our mission?  Open ICC staff position(s) are listed below. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Assistant, Associate, or Senior Research Engineer or Scientist

The Institute of Computing and Cybersystems (ICC) at Michigan Technological University (Michigan Tech) promotes collaborative, cross-disciplinary research and learning experiences in the areas of biocomputing and digital health, computing education, cyber-physical systems, cybersecurity, data sciences, human-centered computing, and scalable architectures and systems. As part of its mission, the ICC creates and supports an arena in which faculty and students work collaboratively across organizational boundaries in an environment that mirrors contemporary technological innovation.

The ICC has 60 members, organized into seven research centers, representing more than 20 academic disciplines at Michigan Tech. Member scientists collaborate to conduct impactful research, make valuable contributions in the field of computing, and solve problems of critical national importance.

The ICC seeks to hire outstanding scientific or engineering research scientists to collaboratively develop their research portfolios in all areas of computing, core science and applied. Priority will be given to applicants that can show research achievements in the six areas represented by the ICC Centers: computing education, cyber-physical systems, cybersecurity, data sciences, human-centered computing, and scalable architectures and systems. Consideration will also be given to exceptional candidates that work on the edges of these areas. Successful candidates will show evidence of potential to both collaborate effectively with research teams and also lead an externally-funded, independent research program.

Candidates should bring interesting innovative ideas to build additional collaborations across academic disciplines and provide expertise that bridges existing competencies to positively impact the success of others on campus.