The University of Maryland (College Park,MD, USA) Department of Kinesiology
has an unexpected opening in Biomechanics (Human Movement) at the Assistant
Professor level for this Fall. The details follow:

Description: Biomechanics specialization with capabilities in muscle
modelling, signal processing (including EMG) and possibly
simulation/optimization of human movement

Duties: Conduct original research and pursue grants in biomechanics of
human movement; teach graduate and undergraduate classes; advise
graduate students; other departmental responsibilities as needed

Qualifications: Doctoral specialization and strong research background in
biomechanics of human movement; ability to supervise and direct
graduate research (M.A. and Ph.D.); interest/willingness to pursue
interdisciplinary research with faculty in motor control or exercise
physiology would be an asset

Appointment: 9 1/2 month tenure-track appointment beginning Aug. 17, 1993

Department: The Department of Kinesiology is one of three departments and one
center (Aging) in the College of Health and Human Performance.
Location: College Park is a university community located in the metropolitan
Washington, D.C. area. It is convenient to federal agencies such
as NIH, the Library of Congress, National Library of Medicine, and
Johns Hopkins University

Closing Date: June 11, 1993 or until a suitable candidate is identified

Application: Forward a curriculum vita, a statement of current and planned
research/grant activities, transcripts, reprints of relevant
publications and arrange to have three letters of recommendation
sent directly to:

Dr. Sally J. Phillips
Department of Kinesiology
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742-2611

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