Prospective candidates are expected to have a PhD or equivalent degree in Materials Science and Engineering, or in a closely related field (Physics, Chemistry, Mechanical Engineering, or Chemical Engineering), and to have proven their ability to conduct high quality materials-oriented research following their PhD. Successful candidates are expected to establish an independent research group, to acquire research funding from competitive sources, to contribute to the undergraduate and graduate teaching activities, and to participate in the Departmental administrative activities. The Technion is an equal opportunity employer.
The instruction at the Technion is mainly conducted in Hebrew and knowledge of, or the willingness to learn, Hebrew is expected.
Prospective candidates should submit an application letter, a current resume with a complete list of publications, a plan for the first five years of research, a brief teaching statement, a list of the equipment that will be needed to establish an independent research laboratory, and the names of at least four independent experts in the field with their e-mail addresses and web-links.
The papers should be:
– in chronological order
– not include proceedings, which should be included in a separate section
– not include submissions and papers in preparation, which should be included in separate sections
– include hyperlinks to the articles in the journal’s web site
– include the journal impact factors
– include single stars (or an equivalent symbol) to indicate corresponding authors
– include double stars (or an equivalent symbol) to indicate equal contributions
Applications should be sent by e-mail to:
Professor Michael S. Silverstien
Vice Dean for Recruitment
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
Haifa 32000, ISRAEL