The Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics at Columbia University in the City of New York invites applications for an open rank faculty position. Tenured or tenure-track appointments at the assistant, associate or full professor level will be considered.
Applications are specifically sought in the general field of Smart and Sustainable Cities. Areas of emphasis include urban systems modeling and simulation, the future of urban transportation and mobility, and new and advanced materials for urban infrastructure applications. Representative areas of interest for the urban systems modeling and simulation include: complex and interdependent dynamic networks (including infrastructure interdependencies); urban systems digital twin development based on sensor data informed by civil domain expertise; urban modeling at different scales from building systems modeling to regional systems; transportation, water and energy systems performance assessment and optimization; internet of things solutions to smart infrastructure management; future cities scenarios. Representative areas of interest for the future of urban transportation and mobility include: transportation modalities; information and simulation-based coordination of different modes of transportation; adaptation of legacy public transportation infrastructure with emerging disruptive transportation modalities; transportation system management and resilience. Representative areas of interest for new and advanced materials for urban infrastructure applications include: self-sensing and self-healing materials; new composite materials with hybrid properties; bio-mediated and bio-inspired construction materials; materials that sequester CO2 and/ or reduce Urban Heat Island impacts; energy harvesting materials; 3D printing for smart and sustainable infrastructure. Applicants with expertise in theoretical, experimental and/ or field studies aspects of the aforementioned areas are all welcome to apply.
Internal Number: 4479
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