[robotics-worldwide] Tenure Track Position in Space Systems Engineering - Arizona State University

Srikanth Saripalli srikanth.saripalli at gmail.com
Mon Oct 15 17:50:04 PDT 2012


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Faculty Position in Space Systems Engineering (JOB# 102335)

The School of Earth and Space Exploration (SESE) invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor with desired expertise in space systems and technology, to begin August 2013. The School is particularly interested in candidates with expertise in: instrument design and assembly, small satellite development including cubesats and nanosatellites, highly reliable software and systems development for space applications, sensor development for extreme environments including space qualification of sensors, hazard detection and avoidance, autonomous systems and technologies for robotic/human exploration. Spaceflight hardware and/or mission operations experience is strongly desired. The successful candidate will connect science drivers and engineering solutions - a competent familiarity with both sides of the development endeavor is preferred.

Established in 2006, the School of Earth and Space Exploration (“SESE") is the focal point for earth and space science at Arizona State University, one of the largest and fastest growing institutions of higher learning in the United States. An essential part of the SESE mission is to design, develop, and deploy new technologies to enable scientific exploration in space. SESE faculty also benefit from a variety of state-of-the-art facilities on the Tempe AZ campus, including high-bay assembly clean rooms, in the new ISTB 4 building. An earned doctorate in engineering or science is required. The requirements for this position include: (1) a Ph.D. in Space Systems Engineering or a closely related discipline, (2) evidence of scholarly contributions in space systems and technology, and (3) a commitment to quality teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Applications should include: 1) a cover letter that includes a description of the applicant's research and teaching interests and experience, 2) a current CV, and 3) the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three references. 

All materials should be submitted in PDF format to sesenewfac at asu.edu Application deadline is 1 December 2012; if not filled, reviews will continue weekly until search is closed. Arizona State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to excellence through diversity. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. The Title IX statement can be viewed at https://www.asu.edu/titlelX/.
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On Oct 15, 2012, at 12:00 PM, robotics-worldwide-request at duerer.usc.edu wrote:

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>   1. Job Posting: Tenure track Assistant Professor	at the
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> From: "Arturo Forner-Cordero" <aforner at usp.br>
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> Subject: [robotics-worldwide] Job Posting: Tenure track Assistant
> 	Professor	at the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
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> Dear colleagues
> 
> There are several position openings at the Escola Polit?cnica of the
> University of S?o Paulo (USP) in Brazil for tenure track Assistant Professor
> in the areas of Robotics, Computational Mechanics, and Control Engineering.
> 
> 
> USP is ranked as the first University of Latin America and it has been
> growing consistently during the last years. 
> 
> It is required to hold a PhD in Engineering and knowledge of Portuguese, at
> least at a basic level. 
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> 
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> Application of interested candidates can be done until 21st of November of
> 2012. 
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> It is recommended that candidates with foreign degrees start the process
> ahead of the deadline.
> 
> The selection procedure involves three days of interviews, lectures, and
> exams. The curriculum has to be made publicly available through the Lattes
> system.
> 
> The link to the call:  
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> <http://www3.poli.usp.br/acesso-rapido/concursos-e-processos-seletivos>
> http://www3.poli.usp.br/acesso-rapido/concursos-e-processos-seletivos
> 
> For interested candidates that do not speak Portuguese: it is suggested to
> contact Prof. Arturo Forner-Cordero (aforner at usp.br) or Prof. Emilio C. N.
> Silva (ecnsilva at usp.br).
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> 
> Best regards
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> ________________________________________________________________
> 
> Arturo Forner-Cordero
> 
> Associate Professor
> 
> Head of the Biomechatronics Lab. Mechatronics Department
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> Escola Polit?cnica da Universidade de Sao Paulo.
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> Av. Prof. Mello Moraes, 2231 - Cidade Universitaria
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> 05508-030 - Sao Paulo-SP - Brasil
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> Tel. +55 (11) 3091 9965/6011 (office/lab)
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> <http://sites.poli.usp.br/pmr/biomecatronica/>
> http://sites.poli.usp.br/pmr/biomecatronica/
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> <http://sites.poli.usp.br/p/arturo.forner/>
> http://sites.poli.usp.br/p/arturo.forner/
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