[robotics-worldwide] Faculty Position in Robotics at UNC-Chapel Hill

Ron Alterovitz ron at cs.unc.edu
Wed Dec 17 22:12:00 PST 2008

Faculty Position in Robotics at The University of North Carolina at  
Chapel Hill

Applications are invited for two tenure track faculty positions at the  
level of Assistant Professor with a primary or joint appointment in  
the Curriculum in Applied Sciences and Engineering (CASE) to begin on  
or after July 1, 2009.  Preferred areas of expertise include  
biomedical instrumentation, materials science, microfluidics,  
multiphase systems, photonics, and robotics.  Successful candidates  
are expected to provide instruction in our undergraduate Biomedical  
Engineering program.  Examples of teaching opportunities include  
biomechanics, biomedical instrumentation design, introductory  
engineering thermodynamics or thermal-fluid sciences, and linear  
controls.  There will also be opportunities to develop new courses at  
the graduate level.  Outstanding candidates who would strengthen or  
complement other existing research groups on campus, especially those  
associated with the Department of Biomedical Engineering, are  
encouraged to apply.  Joint appointments will be considered for  
applicants with appropriate credentials and research interests in the  
following academic units: Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Chemistry,  
Computer Science, Institute for Advanced Materials, Nanoscience and  
Technology (IAM), Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy.

Applicants should submit electronically a letter of application,  
curriculum vitae/resume, research and teaching statements on-line at http://hr.unc.edu/jobseekers/search.htm 
  and arrange to have four letters of recommendations (PDF or MS Word  
format) sent to: appliedsci at unc.edu .  Please address all  
correspondence to: Chairman, CASE Search Committee. Curriculum in  
Applied Sciences and Engineering, Chapman Hall 141, CB #3287, UNC-CH,  
Chapel Hill, NC  27599-3287 http://www.unc.edu/depts/appl_sci/ .  
Review of applications will begin March 1, 2009, and will continue  
until the position is filled.   UNC-CH is an equal opportunity  
employer.  Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

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