Tenure-track and Tenured Faculty Positions
- Tenure-Track Faculty Position: The Advanced Materials Processing Analysis Center in conjunction with the Materials Science and Engineering Department (MSE) and other related disciplines at the University of Central Florida (UCF) invite applications for a tenured/tenure-track assistant or associate professor position from candidates with expertise in transmission electron microscopy, advanced microscopy, state-of-the-art materials characterization, or other related fields. This position is expected to start in December 2016. For additional information, click here, or contact email@example.com.
Faculty Cluster in Prosthetic Interfaces
The University of Central Florida (UCF) is seeking to hire an Associate or Full Professor (Lead) and six (6) Assistant Professors to join the prosthetic interfaces cluster in tenure-track positions with a target start date of Fall2017 (http://www.ucf.edu/research/prosthetics). The prosthetics interfaces cluster will focus on fundamental and applied sciences in the study of biosensors and the body’s response to implanted device. This is an interdisciplinary position involving the College of Medicine and the College of Engineering and Computer Science. The ideal candidate will have a strong interest and background in any of the following areas: brain-machine interface, biomechatronics, prosthetics and its interface with tissues and organs, and tissue and whole body responses to prosthetic devices. The latter includes prosthetic sensors, actuators, and material development, tissue and whole body inflammatory responses to prosthetic devices, short and long term physiological and biochemical responses to prosthesis implants, as well as artificial organ/tissue preservation. The candidate will have a strong desire to collaborate and develop novel technologies with scientists and engineers from other disciplines at UCF.
- Postdoctoral Research Position: Postdoctoral research position is available at University of Central Florida in the area of nanotechnology and biomedical sciences, starting immediately. Our Lab is focused on using nanomaterials for energy, medicine and sensing. Ph.D. applicants should be experienced in the production and characterization of targeted nanoparticles and have experience with cell culture and animal models. Knowledge in metal/metal oxide nanoparticles is a plus. To apply, send your CV, cover letter addressed to Prof. Sudipta Seal (Sudipta.firstname.lastname@example.org), and list of three references.
- Ph.D. Student postition: Looking for Ph.D. students in materials science and engineering.