Canada’s Premier School of Engineering
invites applications for the following Faculty of Engineering positions:
For complete job descriptions and application details visit uwaterloo.ca/engineering
Three reasons to apply: uwaterloo.ca/faculty-association/why-waterloo
» FATIGUE AND LIFE ENHANCEMENT OF LIGHT
WEIGHT MATERIALS Applicants with a background
in experimental fatigue analysis are encouraged
to apply. Duties will also include developing and
teaching traditional and on-line courses at the
undergraduate and graduate levels, and advising
graduate and undergraduate students in the area
of solid mechanics and design.
» FLUID MECHANICS Duties will include developing
and maintaining an active and internationally
recognized research program, teaching at the
undergraduate and graduate level, and advising
graduate and undergraduate students.
» MECHATRONICS Applicants should have
demonstrated research strength in intelligent vehicles
or additive manufacturing, and have a commitment to
establishing a multi-disciplinary collaborative program.
» ORTHOPAEDIC SPINAL BIOMECHANICS Applicants
should have a background in implant design and
evaluation for both fixation and arthroplasty
applications and be committed to establishing a
multi-disciplinary collaborative program.
Civil and Environmental Engineering
» BUILDING MATERIALS ENGINEERING;Applicants should have research expertise
in the characterization and analysis of materials for emerging and/or traditional
applications, such as building envelopes and systems, reuse or repurposing
of materials or structures, service-life extension, 3D printing of building
components, resiliency of infrastructure, sustainable infrastructure,
and structural health monitoring.
» GEOENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING;Applicants should have expertise in
the application of quantitative methods to problems in one or more of the
following research areas: soil and groundwater remediation, treatment of
hazardous waste, solid waste management, or other related and emerging
geoenvironmental research areas.
» GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING;Applicants should have expertise in
the application of quantitative methods to problems in one or more of
the following research areas: computational geomechanics, dynamic soil
characterization, subsurface energy resources, soil and/or rock mechanics
including micromechanics and coupled processes, tunnelling, soil/rock structure
interaction, earth structure engineering, bio-geotechnical engineering, or other
emerging research areas involving geomechanics.
» WATER TREATMENT AND SUPPLY;The successful candidate will have a
demonstrated focus on high-quality research related to the water treatment and
supply sector and have demonstrated the ability to collaborate with industry partners.
Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering
» BIOMECHANICAL AND ASSISTIVE ROBOTICS Applicants should have
demonstrated research strengths in biomechanical, biomedical, and/or assistive
robotics, including, but not limited to, interests in exoskeletons, rehabilitation
robots, human-robot interaction, and/or collaborative robots.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however
Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.
The University of Waterloo encourages applications from all
qualified individuals, members of visible minorities, native
peoples, and persons with disabilities.