Utah State University’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering invites applications to fill a tenure track faculty position in the broad area of structural engineering. It is expected that this position will be filled at the Assistant Professor level; however, outstanding candidates will be considered at other levels. Applicants should have expertise in one or more of the following areas related to structural engineering: high performance computing, numerical modeling, application of artificial intelligence/machine learning in civil engineering, community resilience, systems engineering, hazard analysis and mitigation, non-destructive evaluation, soil-structure interaction, earthquake engineering, bridge engineering, experimental testing and hybrid structural analysis, and innovative civil engineering materials research. Professional registration and prior academic or practical experience are also desirable. This is an academic-year (9-month) position with the anticipated start date of August 2022.
The structural engineering group at Utah State enjoys significant collaboration and shared interests in several research areas. These include natural and human-caused hazard analysis, infrastructure resiliency, earthquake engineering, and non-destructive testing and evaluation. The CEE Department also has unique experimental equipment and facilities, such as the Systems, Materials, and Structural Health (SMASH) Laboratory, which contribute to cutting-edge studies both in the laboratory and in the field. The successful applicant will contribute significantly to both the research and teaching efforts within the department and across the broader university community.
The search committee will begin considering applications on November 1, 2021, and continue until the position is filled. For full consideration, applications should be submitted prior to that date.
Successful applicants will be expected to develop and supervise a vibrant externally-funded program of research, and form inter-disciplinary collaborations with other faculty in the CEE Department and the university. They will also be expected to be an effective teacher at both the undergraduate and the graduate levels. An ideal candidate must demonstrate a strong record of, or potential to: obtain externally-funded research, produce peer reviewed journal publications, recruit and mentor undergraduate and graduate students, become an effective classroom teacher, and provide meaningful service to Utah State University, the citizens of Utah, and the profession.
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Utah State University (www.usu.edu) is a premier student-centered land-grant and Carnegie extension university that fosters the principle that academics come first, by cultivating diversity of thought and culture, and by serving the public through learning, discovery, and engagement. The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (http://cee.usu.edu) offers BS, ME, MS, and PhD degrees. It has 27 tenured/tenure track faculty, 5 research faculty, and about 320 undergraduate students. The CEE Department offers strong graduate programs at the masters and PhD levels, with current enrollments of approximately 41 MS students and 41 PhD students.
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