Assistant Professors - Biotechnology & Fluid Mechanics
- University of Cambridge
- Cambridge, Cambridgeshire (GB)
- £43,414 to £54,949
- Closing date
- 30 Dec 2022
- Contract Type
- Full Time
- Accreditation Requirements
- Not specified
The Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology is seeking to appoint two Assistant Professors (University Lecturer) from October 2023 or sooner. The successful candidates will be designated as an Associate Professor once probation has been successfully completed.
Assistant Professor (Biotechnology NQ33328)
The Department wishes to appoint a researcher in the field of Biotechnology. This is a deliberately wide definition to appeal to a broad spectrum of applicants and ensure accessibility for under-represented groups, but we expect the successful candidate to strengthen one, or both, of our core strategic themes of sustainability and healthcare. Themes we have a particular interest in strengthening are Biofuels, Bioprocessing, molecular Biotechnology, computational biotechnology, agricultural biotechnology, but the overriding criterion is research excellence, and we will consider candidates both from theoretical and experimental research areas.
Assistant Professor (Fluid Mechanics NQ33330)
The Department wishes to appoint a researcher in the field of Fluid Mechanics. The successful candidate will have an internationally recognised research track record in a field that underpins one, or both, of the departments impact themes in sustainability and healthcare. Topics we have a particular interest in covering include any of, or combinations of, low Reynolds number flows, flows in nanotechnology and biological systems, simulations of industrial flows, natural environment flows, rheology, two phase flows.
Closing date for both roles is 6 January 2023
The University of Cambridge is one of the world’s oldest and most successful Universities, with an outstanding reputation for academic achievement and research. It was ranked first in the 2011 QS World University Rankings and its graduates have won more Nobel Prizes than any other university in the world. The University comprises more than 150 departments, faculties, schools and other institutions, plus a central administration and 31 independent and autonomous colleges.
Chemistry in Cambridge aims to support fundamental science of the highest quality in a first class physical environment. The Department includes a large number of internationally recognised research groups covering an exceptionally broad spectrum of chemical science ranging from molecular biology to geophysics. Our enthusiastic research culture embraces new challenging areas, including strong collaborations with other academic disciplines and institutions, while maintaining a powerful presence in the traditional core areas of chemistry.
The Chemistry Department hosts around 200 postdoctoral research staff, over 250 postgraduate students, and around 60 academic staff, including newly independent researchers.
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