The School of Arts, Media and Engineering (https://artsmediaengineering.asu.edu), part of the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University seeks outstanding candidates for a Clinical Assistant Professor beginning in fall 2020 in the area of Media Computing. Ideal candidates will have demonstrated experience in development of software/hardware systems for expressive applications in computational media arts and sciences. Specific areas of interest may include but are not limited to realtime gesture-tracking, realtime music, sound or video synthesis. We seek a faculty member who can bridge state of the art practice and techniques at a professional level with theoretical and technoscientific teaching and research.
The appointment will be in the School of Arts, Media and Engineering. We particularly welcome candidates interested in the transdisciplinary environment exemplified by AME’s undergraduate and graduate degrees in digital culture that train innovative, knowledgeable, skilled and forward-thinking artists, makers, and scholars. The successful candidate will teach courses related to areas in the expressive use and development of hardware and software systems used in realtime interactive systems as well as mentor innovative undergraduate capstone projects and graduate level applied projects. The candidate is also expected to enhance the collaborations between AME and partners in arts and design or in engineering, develop new undergraduate and graduate curriculum, and develop connections to professional practices.
For information about the School of Arts, Media and Engineering, visit artsmediaengineering.asu.edu/.