Multiple Faculty Positions in areas related to Civil and Environmental Engineering at Rice University
The Civil and Environmental Engineering Department along with the George R. Brown School of Engineering at Rice University are searching for tenured or tenure-track faculty in the following areas:
- Infrastructure Systems of the Future (Assistant Professor) including areas such as intelligent infrastructure systems, complex systems, and sustainable transportation
- For further details and to apply: https://apply.interfolio.com/132471
- Energy and Sustainability (Assistant Professor) including areas such as water-energy-climate nexus, sustainable and resilient energy infrastructure, and systems analyses of alternative energy
- For further details and to apply: https://apply.interfolio.com/134146
- Resilient and Adaptive Communities (Open Rank) including areas such as multi-hazard resilience and climate adaptation, innovative structures, automation and smart communities
- For further details and to apply: https://apply.interfolio.com/134153
- Advanced Materials (Open Rank) including life-cycle aware materials innovations and environmental stewardship, multi-functional materials for water, energy and other infrastructure systems applications
- For further details and to apply: https://apply.interfolio.com/134151
The latter three positions are a part of School-wide searches, so please indicate that you want your application to be considered by the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department otherwise our department will not receive your application.
You may apply to more than one position if your qualifications meet the position’s requirements and we encourage you to do so.
All positions are expected to start July 1, 2024.
See above links for further qualifications and application instructions.
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