Assistant Professor in Materia

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The Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Washington is seeking qualified candidates for two full-time, 9-month, tenure-track Assistant Professor positions in all areas of research in materials science and engineering to start Fall 2023. Priority will be given to candidates in either one of two areas of special interest: (1) scalable synthesis, analysis and implementation of materials relevant to Quantum Information Science and Engineering (QISE), and (2) development of biomedical imaging materials and related technologies (e.g., computational modeling and machine learning) for disease diagnosis and treatment. Candidates aiming to integrate modern methods of data science (DS), machine learning (ML) and artificial-intelligence (AI) to accelerate advances in their respective research areas are encouraged to apply. The Department of Materials Science & Engineering has a tradition of interdisciplinary collaborations and strong partnerships within UW and with other academic institutions, national labs, and industry. The major areas of research include, but are not limited to electronic, optical and magnetic materials, polymers, ceramics, composite materials, nanomaterials, energy materials, quantum materials and devices, biomaterials and medical devices, additive manufacturing, data science of materials, theoretical and computational materials. The department currently consists of 21 active core teaching and research faculty, over 120 undergraduates and 201 graduate students. For more information on the department, please visit http://www.mse.washington.edu. Successful candidates are expected to develop innovative, interdisciplinary, and externally-funded research programs and establish strong collaborations locally and nationally. New hires are also expected to develop an excellent teaching program that integrates well with their research programs, and to teach current and newly-developed courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels within the Department. The new hires will have ample opportunities to collaborate with faculty in a broad spectrum of interdisciplinary centers and institutes on campus including the NSF MRSEC Molecular Engineering Materials Center (MEM-C), QuantumX, the Clean Energy Institute, the Was
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The Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Washington is seeking qualified candidates for two full-time, 9-month, tenure-track Assistant Professor positions in all areas of research in materials science and engineering to start Fall 2023. Priority will be given to candidates in either one of two areas of special interest: (1) scalable synthesis, analysis and implementation of materials relevant to Quantum Information Science and Engineering (QISE), and (2) development of biomedical imaging materials and related technologies (e.g., computational modeling and machine learning) for disease diagnosis and treatment. Candidates aiming to integrate modern methods of data science (DS), machine learning (ML) and artificial-intelligence (AI) to accelerate advances in their respective research areas are encouraged to apply. The Department of Materials Science & Engineering has a tradition of interdisciplinary collaborations and strong partnerships within UW and with other academic institutions, national labs, and industry. The major areas of research include, but are not limited to electronic, optical and magnetic materials, polymers, ceramics, composite materials, nanomaterials, energy materials, quantum materials and devices, biomaterials and medical devices, additive manufacturing, data science of materials, theoretical and computational materials. The department currently consists of 21 active core teaching and research faculty, over 120 undergraduates and 201 graduate students. For more information on the department, please visit http://www.mse.washington.edu. Successful candidates are expected to develop innovative, interdisciplinary, and externally-funded research programs and establish strong collaborations locally and nationally. New hires are also expected to develop an excellent teaching program that integrates well with their research programs, and to teach current and newly-developed courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels within the Department. The new hires will have ample opportunities to collaborate with faculty in a broad spectrum of interdisciplinary centers and institutes on campus including the NSF MRSEC Molecular Engineering Materials Center (MEM-C), QuantumX, the Clean Energy Institute, the Was
Area: Seattle ›
Categoría: Empleos ›
Subcategoría: Otros empleos ›
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