The Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences is a research intensive Faculty with extensive teaching operations in Australia, Asia and the Middle East. It has approx. 5000 undergraduate & postgraduate students onshore and offshore, and approximately 353 academic/research/professional staff. The School of Mechanical, Materials, Mechatronic and Biomedical Engineering, which is one of the top Engineering Schools in Australia, is committed to research and teaching excellence through its world-class undergraduate and postgraduate programs in a range of exciting technological areas.
This position will play a key role in the field of Advanced Manufacturing and Design for Biomechanical Systems. Research expertise coupled with any of the following sub-fields is highly preferred, but not mandatory: design theory, design for manufacturing, sustainable and green manufacturing, simulation and data science techniques including machine learning for manufacturing and design, fluid power control, biomechanics, medical robotics and devices, bio-instrumentation, machine dynamics and mechanisms, thermo-fluid science, automation and control. This position is expected to teach at all levels of the curriculum including the team-taught introductory engineering subjects and specialised subjects in mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering, mechatronic engineering.
This position will be expected to establish a vigorous research program that complements and enhances the extensive interdisciplinary engineering network at the University of Wollongong and play an important role in the development of the teaching and research programs.
If you are interested in applying for this position please visit the UOW employment page https://jobs.uow.edu.au/careersection/ext/jobdetail.ftl?job=180153&tz=GMT%2B11%3A00
For further information about this position, please contact Professor Gursel ALICI on + 61 2 4221 4145.
The University plan seeks to increase the diversity of the workforce and the representation of women in areas they have been traditionally under-represented. Consistent with this, the University is seeking to increase the representation of women in the academic workforce across science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medical (STEMM) disciplines and encourages suitably qualified candidates to apply.