Departmental Positions

 
Tenure or Tenure Track Faculty Position

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Columbia University in New York City invites applications for tenured or tenure-track faculty positions.  Appointments at the ranks of assistant professor, associate professor and full professor, will be considered.

Applications are sought in any of the areas that fall under the umbrella of mechanical engineering, with particular emphasis on robotics with specialization in, but not limited to, computational tools to design novel robots, surgical and image-guided intervention, assistance, rehabilitation, biomimetics, human-robot interaction and haptics. Candidates should have expertise in experimental, computational and/or theoretical methods in research areas complementary and synergistic with faculty in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. In addition to these areas, all outstanding candidates will receive serious consideration.

Candidates must have a Ph.D. or its professional equivalent by the starting date of the appointment.  Applicants for this position at the ranks of Assistant Professor and Associate Professor without tenure must have the potential to do pioneering research and to teach effectively.  Applicants for this position at the tenured level (Associate or Full Professor ranks) must have a demonstrated record of outstanding research accomplishments, excellent teaching credentials and established leadership in the field.

The successful candidate should contribute to the advancement of the department in these areas by developing an externally funded research program, contributing to the undergraduate and graduate educational mission of the Department and establishing multidisciplinary research and educational collaborations with academic departments and units across Columbia University.  The Department is especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute, through their research, teaching, and/or service, to the diversity and excellence of the academic community.

For additional information and to apply, please see:  https://academicjobs.columbia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=58208  Applications should be submitted electronically and include the following: curriculum-vitae including a publication list, a description of research accomplishments, a statement of research/teaching interests and plans, contact information for three people who can provide letters of recommendation, and up to three pre/reprints of scholarly work.  The position will close no sooner than April 30, 2014, and will remain open until filled.


Adjunct Professor in Mechanical Engineering  

Columbia Engineering’s Department of Mechanical Engineering at Columbia University in New York City invites applications for adjunct faculty positions.  Part-time appointments at the Adjunct Assistant Professor, Adjunct Associate Professor and Adjunct Full Professor, will be considered.

Applications are specifically sought in the areas of Automotive engineering, Aerospace engineering, and Energy.

Candidates must have a Ph.D. or its professional equivalent by the starting date of the appointment.  Applicants for this position at the Adjunct Assistant Professor level must have the potential to teach effectively. Applicants for this position at the Adjunct Associate or Adjunct Full Professor must have a demonstrated record of outstanding teaching.

The Department is especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute, through their teaching, to the diversity and excellence of the academic community.

and should submit electronically the following: curriculum-vitae, a description of teaching experience, records of teaching evaluations (if available), a statement of teaching interests and plans, and contact information for three people who can provide letters of recommendation.  The position will close no sooner than November 30, 2012 and will remain open until filled.



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