Henrik Christensen hichristensen at gmail.com
Mon May 16 05:26:55 PDT 2011


The George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech is now accepting applications and nominations for appointment to the Agustin A. Ramirez/HUSCO International Distinguished Chair.  We seek a nationally and internationally recognized expert in the engineering science and technology of fluid power or dynamics and controls.  The person appointed to this position is expected to lead a highly visible research program with significant scholarly and educational achievements and to develop a multidisciplinary, world-class academic program in fluid power systems or motion control.  Candidates should have a doctoral degree in a relevant field of engineering and a record that demonstrates outstanding accomplishments in research and teaching. 

Georgia Tech is a state institution dedicated to both teaching and research.  The College of Engineering enrolls over 8,076 undergraduate students and 3,835 graduate students.  The Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering includes approximately 1,700 undergraduate students, 800 graduate students, and has a faculty of 85 persons.  The Woodruff School is responsible for degree programs in mechanical engineering, nuclear and radiological engineering, and health physics.

Applicants should submit their applications and letters of nomination via:


Applications and nominations will be accepted until the position is filled.

Georgia Tech is an Equal Education/Employment Opportunity Institution

For more information on the School go to http://www.me.gatech.edu

Henrik I Christensen, Kuka Chair, Director RIM at GT, Georgia Tech
Email hichristensen at gmail.com, Phone +1 404 889 2500
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