We invite applications for several tenure-track faculty positions in the following areas within mechanical engineering:
- Fluid/thermal sciences: May include all areas.
- Robotics and automation: May include social robotics, autonomous transportation/surveillance vehicles, manufacturing robotics, medical robotics, field/service robotics, micromanipulators and other emerging robotic applications.
- Manufacturing and design: May include design for manufacturing, flexible manufacturing including rapid and dieless manufacturing, micro/nanomanufacturing and similarly related fields in advanced manufacturing.
- Energy storage: Main emphasis on battery.
For more information, please visit UIC’s Human Resources website for the full posting.
We invite applications for a tenure-track faculty position in industrial engineering. Individuals will also be considered at associate or full professor rank if they possess outstanding qualifications commensurate with the rank.
For full details, please see the job posting on UIC’s Human Resources website.
The Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering welcomes applications from talented individuals to become a part of our faculty and staff. Open positions are posted at the top of this page when available. New hires to our department join more than 35 core faculty and 11 staff members, all of whom are committed to the excellence and success of our bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs and to the innovative research of our 23 laboratories.
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