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Faculty Cluster in Quantum Sciences and Technology

As part of a new collaborative research initiative in quantum sciences and technology, Duke University’s Quantitative Initiative, the Department of Physics, and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering seeks up to three exceptional, collaborative, and creative scientists and engineers to join its faculty in tenured/tenure-track positions. Exceptionally qualified candidates will be considered for a Chaired Professorship position. We invite applications from researchers with an outstanding track record in the fundamental research and/or technology developments related to quantum sciences broadly defined.

Candidates should hold a PhD or equivalent degree in an experimental or quantitative discipline.  Applications in all areas of quantum sciences and technology are encouraged.  We are particularly interested in scientists and engineers working in one or more of the following areas: (1) experimental AMO or condensed matter physics relevant to quantum sciences (2) technology development relevant to quantum information sciences, or (3) quantitative analyses of complex quantum systems, quantum algorithms or applications.

We strongly encourage applications from scientists with a demonstrated interest in collaborative research. Successful candidates will synergize with existing strengths at Duke in engineering, physics, materials science, computer science, mathematics and chemistry. Secondary appointments, joint appointments, or affiliations may be arranged with relevant departments, schools and centers on campus as appropriate. The collaborative nature of the new initiative will provide successful candidates with access to exceptional resources on campus, such as shared fabrication facility, collaborative workspace, computing infrastructure, and other strong multidisciplinary partnerships in materials, photonics, and information sciences. Duke University is committed to identifying excellent candidates who can contribute to the diversity of the academic community through research, teaching, and service.

Interested applicants should submit materials (cover letter, CV, description of research plans and statement of teaching), and list of three or more references at http://www.academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/8135.  Further inquiries may be directed to Prof. Jungsang Kim (jungsang@duke.edu), Prof. Warren Warren (wwarren@duke.edu), or Prof. David Smith (drsmith@duke.edu).  All applications received by December 15, 2016 will receive full consideration, but the reviews of applications will continue until the positions are filled.  Additional information may be requested as part of the evaluation process.

Duke University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individual’s age, color, disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

Professor of the Practice – First-Year Design

Professor of the Practice and Director of Pratt First-year Design Experience

The Pratt School of Engineering at Duke University invites applications for a non-tenure track faculty position to lead the implementation of a signature first-year design curriculum for all its students. We view engineering as a creative, design-centered discipline addressing society’s grand challenges.

This signature experience will allow all Pratt first year students to become comfortable with problem-based learning and design. Applications particularly invited from candidates who have developed design curricula and/or have industrial experience in the area of design. The Pratt School of Engineering student body is a highly selective and diverse group of students who comprise approximately 20% of the undergraduate student body at Duke University.

Candidates are expected to have a doctoral degree in: biomedical, civil, electrical, computer, environmental, or mechanical engineering, or a closely related field. Successful candidates are expected to have an exceptional teaching record, experience in building a curriculum, and the ability to offer a positive, experiential design experience for our students. We seek faculty members committed to building a diverse and inclusive community that fosters excellence in research and teaching. A regular rank, non-tenure track appointment at the assistant, associate or full professor level is anticipated. The faculty appointment will be in one or more of four departments: Biomedical Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science.

Applicants should submit a cover letter (email, address, and phone number must be included) describing their interests and qualification and a curriculum vitae along with the names, addresses, phone numbers, and email contacts of three references electronically through AcademicJobsOnline (https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/8143). Duke University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individual’s age, color, disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.