Assistant Professor Robotics - Mechanical & Civil Engineering
Florida Institute of Technology
The Mechanical Engineering program at Florida Institute of Technology (Florida Tech) invites applications for multiple faculty positions. Applicants from all areas of mechanical engineering will be considered, but preference will be given to those in the areas of robotics.
Applications are preferred with an emphasis on industrial robots, in particular for AM, cooperative robots including simultaneous localization and mapping, artificial intelligence robotic applications (navigation, path planning, machine learning), and computer vision will be given preference.
This position is planned to commence in Fall 2022, or earlier if suitable candidates are found, and are intended primarily at the Assistant Professor level. However, exceptional candidates with established scholarly records may be considered for higher-level appointments. Qualified applicants are expected to have a Ph. D. in a related field of engineering, excellent potential for teaching and research, and dedication to research, education, service, and professional activities.
Duties of a successful candidate include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, mentoring graduate students, developing a strong externally funded research program, and publishing scholarly work.
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