[robotics-worldwide] Faculty position at University of Notre Dame

Jim Schmiedeler schmiedeler.4 at nd.edu
Tue Oct 5 08:28:50 PDT 2010

The Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of
Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana invites applications for a tenure-track
faculty position in mechanical systems. Candidates with expertise and
interests that complement existing departmental research activities in the
areas of design automation, dynamic systems, nonlinear control, robotics,
and biomechanics are particularly encouraged to apply.
The search is aimed at the assistant professor level, but exceptional
candidates at all levels will be considered.  A successful candidate will
have demonstrated the potential to achieve an internationally distinguished
record of scholarship, a commitment to undergraduate and graduate education,
and a dedication to service within both her/his research community and the
university. The candidate is expected to develop a strong, externally funded
research program.  All applicants must have an earned doctorate in an
appropriate discipline.
The University of Notre Dame is a US News and World Report top-20 national
research university that offers a unique opportunity for professional growth
in an environment that values scholarship, education and community. Current
research at Notre Dame has a strong emphasis on interdisciplinary science
that bridges traditional groups and even departmental boundaries, with clear
ties to significant mechanical or aerospace applications.  Notre Dame is
dedicated to becoming a leading research university and is investing
millions of dollars in state-of-the-art facilities, including the new
Stinson-Remick Engineering building and the Center for Research Computing.
The University of Notre Dame is located in South Bend, IN. The city of South
Bend and surrounding counties have a vibrant and diverse economy, affordable
housing, excellent school systems, and close proximity to Chicago and Lake
Further information about the University and the Department can be found at:
http://www.nd.edu/~ame/ <http://www.nd.edu/~ame/> . Interested persons
should submit electronically a curriculum vitae, contact information for
three references, and statements of 1) research program plans and 2)
teaching interests (limit to five pages each) to jrenaud at nd.edu
<mailto:jrenaud at nd.edu> : Dr. John E. Renaud, Chair, Department of Aerospace
and Mechanical Engineering, 365 Fitzpatrick Hall, University of Notre Dame,
Notre Dame, IN, 46556. Phone (574) 631-5430. For full consideration,
applications should be received by December 6, 2010. The University of Notre
Dame is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer.

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