[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] Faculty Positions in Mechatronics/Embedded Systems Engineering Technology at Texas A&M University
rlangari at exchange.tamu.edu
Sat Nov 29 08:11:36 PST 2014
Two faculty positions are currently open in Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution (ETID) Department at Texas A&M:
1. Mechatronics, electromechanical systems design, as well as development of products and processes especially in one of the following areas: oil/gas, manufacturing, robotics and automation, healthcare or energy.
2. Embedded systems hardware and software engineering, electronic-based product and systems design, and mobile device software development.
The application process is through www.tamengineeringjobs.com. These positions are primarily focused on undergraduate education. For reference, however, the Department faculty do conduct scholarly research by supervising graduate students in traditional engineering departments in the Dwight Look College of Engineering at TAMU, where the ETID Department is also housed. This is usually accomplished via joint (typically courtesy) appointments in these departments although the ETID faculty can serve as co-chairs of graduate (thesis/dissertation) committees in other department without such affiliations. Furthermore, tenured and tenure-track faculty in the ETID Department are expected to be engaged in teaching, scholarly research/industry outreach/educational development as well as service activities as part of their regular duties as College of Engineering faculty members while the distribution of their workload among these activities may differ from those of the traditional engineering faculty in the College.
For further information please contact me directly at rlangari at tamu.edu<mailto:rlangari at tamu.edu> or by phone at +1-979-845-4949 during normal business hours.
Reza Langari, Ph.D., Professor and JR Thompson Department Head Chair
Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution (ETID)
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843-3367
rlangari at tamu.edu<mailto:rlangari at tamu.edu>
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