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Faculty Positions – Open Rank – University of Denver

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  • Faculty Positions – Open Rank – University of Denver

    The Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Denver is hiring 7 tenured/tenure-track faculty this year in areas of robotics/mechatronics (2 positions), artificial intelligence and data science (3 positions), among others. We are looking for exceptional candidates who are committed to developing or enhancing a funded research program, carrying out innovative teaching, and engaging with a vibrant and diverse collaborative community.

    Robotics/Mechatronics Positions:
    While applications in all areas of Robotics/Mechatronics will be considered, candidates with proven expertise in Social Robotics, Bio-robotics (human augmentation, surgical technologies), Autonomous Robotic Systems, Bio-inspired Robotics, Computer Vision and Mechatronics are encouraged to apply.

    Artificial Intelligence and Data Science Positions:
    All areas will be considered, with potential for collaboration with faculty working in algorithms, computer science education, robotics, mechatronics, embedded systems and UAVs, game development, programming languages, security, smart cities, biomedical devices and technologies, software engineering) as well as across campus (e.g., psychology, business, law).

    The positions are open rank. Positions will be housed in Departments of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical & Materials Engineering or Computer Science, as appropriate. The Ritchie School is committed to building and sustaining a culturally diverse faculty, staff, and student body.

    For more information about the positions: Click for the ads on Robotics/Mechatronics or Artificial Intelligence/Data Science.
    You must submit your application through the online portal.

    Thanks for your time and consideration.

    Peter J. Laz, PhD
    Mechanical and Materials Engineering / Center for Orthopaedic Biomechanics
    Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science
    University of Denver