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|Institution:||Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|Target rank:||Assistant Professor|
|Posting date:||November 28, 2017|
|More info URL:||https://cheme.mit.edu/|
MIT - Department of Chemical Engineering|
|Research areas:||Nanotechnology, Dynamics/control, Process engineering, Environment/sustainability, Modeling/simulation, Thermo/stat-mech, Bioengineering, Reaction engineering, Materials, Transport phenomena, Energy, Separations, Manufacturing/logistics, Education|
Department of Chemical Engineering
The MIT Department of Chemical Engineering (https://cheme.mit.edu) invites candidates for faculty positions starting July 2018 or thereafter. Appointment will be at the assistant or untenured associate professor level and will be located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In special cases, a senior faculty appointment may be possible. Candidates must have a Ph.D. in chemical engineering or a related field by the start of their employment. Candidates with research and teaching interests in all areas relevant to the field of chemical engineering will be considered. The successful candidate is expected to advise students, and develop and teach chemical engineering courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as to develop a sponsored research program and be involved in service to MIT and the profession.
Interested candidates should submit application materials electronically at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/9962. Each application must include a curriculum vitae; the names and addresses of three or more references; a strategic statement of research interests; and a statement of teaching interests. It is the responsibility of the candidate to arrange for reference letters to be uploaded at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/9962.
Please address questions to Search-Master@school-of-engineering-faculty-search.mit.edu. Responses received by December 1, 2017 will be given priority.
With MIT’s strong commitment to diversity in engineering education, research and practice, we especially encourage minorities and women to apply.