The duties connected with these positions would be: to participate in the design, implementation, and evaluation of research projects of individual faculty members; to collect data, develop data collection instruments and procedures, analyze data, train and supervise data collection personnel; and author, co-author and otherwise collaborate on reports, conference papers and publications. Individuals will be conducting research in various areas of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics as needed by the faculty Principal Investigators according to their research. Occasional teaching is confined to the specific area of research interests and usually no more than 1 course per semester.
The Department maintains a file of applicants for these temporary positions for the year and all applicants are reviewed when such openings occur. Applications should be submitted each year during the period July 1 through June 30. They will be reviewed by a search committee according to the specifications associated with the particular research project, and recommendations made to individual faculty members (principal investigator) seeking applicants. Applicants, if appropriate for the need, will then be contacted. Others will be kept on file and reviewed, as positions become available during the fiscal year.
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Required Qualifications: Ph.D. degree required in Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics or other appropriate engineering degree. Degree in the physical sciences, mathematics or computer science, may be considered if appropriate to the project.
Internal Number: 336594
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