Grainger Institute for Engineering - University of Wisconsin-Madison
ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY The College of Engineering at
the University of Wisconsin Madison seeks faculty candidates for up to five
tenure track faculty positions in the broad area of Energy and Sustainability.
Particular areas of interest include: Advanced Concepts and Systems for
Deep Decarbonization, Optimization and Security of Complex Energy Systems,
Energy Harvesting, and Sustainability of resources. The faculty members will
be appointed as Grainger Institute Fellows.
The Grainger Institute for Engineering serves as a research incubator and
provides the infrastructure to address grand technological challenges. Our current
hiring focus complements existing efforts in advanced manufacturing, accelerated
materials discovery, and computational science and engineering. New research
directions will continue to be launched and nurtured within the Institute.
Successful candidates will be expected to maintain a world‑class extramurally
funded graduate research program on technological problems that are relevant
to the needs of the profession and of society. They will also contribute to the
education and professional development of undergraduate and graduate
students, teach engineering courses, and engage in department, college,
university, community, and professional service activities.
ANTICIPATED START DATE IS FALL 2017.
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