CIS Faculty Opening: Wiedman II endowed chair
The full information package, including application details, is available here. The position description is as follows:
The Wiedman II endowed chair is a senior tenure-‐track/tenured endowed professorship in the Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science (CIS). We are seeking candidates that have a background and experience in developing instrumentation and/or analysis techniques for imaging living systems related to one or more current areas of interest in the Center, which include biological and biomedical imaging, optics and microscopy, astronomy and planetary science, remote sensing, and visual perception. Successful candidates are expected to relocate to RIT with an active research program and existing funding. Modern laboratory facilities and a startup package will also be available. The person recruited will take a prominent role in the growth of the CIS thrust area in imaging of living systems. The CIS environment encourages working collaboratively among interdisciplinary faculty and laboratories, supervising graduate students with diverse academic backgrounds, teaching a range of specialty courses, and collaborating with industry. RIT has substantial research infrastructure including an extensive MEMS and CMOS foundry, a new NMR facility, and collaborative arrangements for joint research with faculty across the Institute. We are seeking individuals who are committed to the CIS culture and contributing to RIT’s core values, honor code, and statement of diversity.
Last Modified: 3:22pm 15 Nov 11