The Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering (MME) at the University of Cincinnati currently has two Open Rank Faculty Searches in the Mechanical Engineering and Industrial & Systems Engineering programs.
The Mechanical Engineering Program invites applications for multiple full-time tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant, Associate, and Full Professors rank. Candidates in two broad areas in mechanical engineering will be considered: (1) Mechanics - including, but not limited to, computational mechanics, theoretical and applied mechanics, modeling of materials behaviors such as fracture, fatigue, and plasticity, biomechanics, mechanics of soft systems, and machine learning and other data-driven approaches. (2) Energy & Sustainability – including, but not limited to, renewable energy, energy-water nexus, energy conversion and storage, battery materials and processes, carbon capture, hydrogen technology, fuel cells, and sustainable manufacturing. Rank, tenure, salary, and startup funding will be commensurate with credentials.
The Industrial and Systems Engineering Program invites applications for multiple full-time tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant, Associate, and Full Professors rank in a broad range of Industrial and Systems Engineering areas, including but not limited to, data science, operations research, optimization, industry 4.0/5.0, augmented intelligence, healthcare systems, safety/ergonomics, and supply chain management. Rank, tenure, salary, and startup funding will be commensurate with credentials.
Applications are invited for a non-tenure-track Professor - Educator position at the Assistant or Associate rank in the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering. The successful candidate is expected to teach undergraduate engineering capstone courses in Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET) and Mechanical Engineering (ME) programs, advise undergraduate student project teams such as Formula Car and mini-Baja, teach undergraduate coursework in a traditional classroom and/or laboratory setting, and participate in curriculum and course development. Rank and salary will be negotiated commensurate with the candidate's qualifications and experience.
Applications are open for Grant Administrator 2/Senior Grant Administrator for the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering. Candidates will utilize established procedures with detailed instructions. They will engage in the day-to-day administration of specialized activities related to grant administration and reports to management, provide recommendation and advice to management or other groups on process related topics and conduct or carry out work procedures and activities in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations as well as university financial and administrative policies. Major duties will include administrative, fiscal, grant, and general duties.