The School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at Georgia Tech in Atlanta, Georgia seeks candidates for multiple tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor levels (hiring level commensurate with experience). Successful candidates will develop internationally recognized research programs while contributing to the School’s educational excellence via teaching and mentoring.
Candidate selection is weighted, in general, toward the potential impact and innovation of the proposed research program. All areas of chemical and biomolecular engineering are of interest, including but not limited to: chemical and synthetic biology, biotechnology and bioprocess engineering, catalysis and separations, energy and sustainability, process intensification and systems engineering, nanoscience and self-assembly, materials processing and nanomanufacturing, and soft matter physics and chemistry.
Candidates must have a doctorate in chemical engineering or related discipline. To apply, send a single PDF file to firstname.lastname@example.org that includes a cover letter, curriculum vitae, description of proposed research, statement of teaching plans, and list of at least three professional references.
The School is part of Georgia Tech’s College of Engineering, where all undergraduate and graduate programs are ranked in the top ten by U.S. News and World Report. Visit www.chbe.gatech.edu for more information.
The School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at Georgia Tech will offer multiple fully funded Eckert postdoctoral fellowships in 2019. Recipients of these positions will be designated Eckert Postdoctoral Fellows. Applications for this position are open for researchers interested in working with any of the 35+ core faculty in the School.
Features of this fellowship include:
- Full financial support for 18 months
- Funds available for travel, materials and supplies
- Optional involvement in teaching activities
This position would be ideal for candidates interested in pursuing academic positions in the future. More than 130 PhD students or postdocs from our program have joined academia since 2000.
Applications for this program must be made on behalf of a candidate by a faculty member from Georgia Tech. To apply, the faculty member will need to submit (i) a CV from the candidate, (ii) a one page statement of research goals from the candidate and faculty member emphasizing the new nature of research directions for the faculty member, and (iii) a one page statement of career goals from the candidate.
Applications for positions beginning in 2019 must be received by December 15, 2018, with decisions on awards to be made by early February 2019.
For more information about this program, contact Prof. David Sholl, Chair of the School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering (email@example.com)
Georgia Tech is an equal opportunity employer and a unit of the University System of Georgia.