Faculty positions available

The Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, is looking for outstanding candidates for faculty positions at the rank of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Full Professor.

We are looking for candidates with significant achievements and future potential in every field of materials science and engineering. There is an advantage for candidates working in the fields of biomaterials, electronic and functional materials, nanomountable materials and material processing.
The facilities available in the faculty include a unique center for electron microscopy (EMC) and a laboratory for scattering X-rays (X-rays). In addition, there is a solid-state institute on campus and a microelectronic production and characterization institute. The Technion provides generous and competitive start-up packages, campus housing and packages for families who are relocating.
Potential candidates are required to have a PhD (or equivalent degree) in materials science and engineering or in a parallel field (physics, chemistry, mechanical engineering or chemical engineering), who can demonstrate their ability to conduct qualitative research in materials engineering.
Candidates who will be admitted to the faculty are expected to establish an independent research group, obtain research funding from competitive sources, contribute their experience and knowledge to undergraduate and graduate students, and participate in the faculty’s administrative activities.
The Technion is an employer that advocates for diversity and equality. Teaching at the Technion is done mainly in Hebrew, so knowledge of the language, or willingness to learn is expected.
Potential candidates should submit an application letter, up-to-date resume that includes a full list of publications, a plan for the first five years of research, a brief teaching statement, a list of equipment required to set up an independent research lab, at least four names of independent experts in the field of their research, including email address and links to their websites.

Inquiries should be sent by email to:

Professor Michael Silverstein
or to the Dean – Prof. Yair Ein Eli