|Working Title||Assistant, Associate or Full Professor (Multiple positions)|
Teach undergraduate and graduate courses and labs in support of the Mechanical Engineering Department curricula.
Teach undergraduate and graduate courses and labs in support of the Mechanical Engineering Department curricula. Ability to teach in a variety of platforms, including face-to-face and online. Develop an externally funded research program and direct student research, leading to publications in refereed journals and other peer reviewed media. Advise undergraduate and graduate students. Serve on department, college, and university committees. Participate in professional and public service activities.
An earned doctorate from an accredited institution in Mechanical Engineering or a closely related field. The ability to perform the essential functions. The ability to communicate effectively and to develop and maintain an effective working relationship with faculty, students, administrators, staff and public.
A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in Mechanical Engineering. Prior teaching and or post-doc experience including graduate student supervision and research proposal activities. Specialization in the areas of vehicle systems: electric vehicles, connected vehicles, intelligence in vehicles including autonomous functions, vehicle communications, vehicle sensors, haptics/human interface, engine/motor/battery/powertrain monitoring, data collection, building data sets appropriate for neural network training, mechatronics applications in vehicle systems. Specialization in Advanced Manufacturing: additive manufacturing, sensing, monitoring, data collection, building data sets appropriate for neural network training, robotics, mechatronic applications in manufacturing. Other cutting-edge research areas supporting the mission of the Mechanical Engineering Department and College of Engineering.