| Professor in Physical Metallurgy|
Location: Doha, Qatar
Department: Material Sciences Graduate Program
Job Title Professor in Physical Metallurgy
Qatar University is the national institution of higher education in Qatar. It provides high quality undergraduate and graduate programs that prepare competent graduates, destined to shape the future of Qatar. The university community has diverse and committed faculty that teaches and conduct research, which addresses relevant local and regional challenges, advances knowledge, and contributes actively to the needs and aspirations of society.
Qatar University is an intellectual and scholarly community characterized by open discussion, the free exchange of ideas, respectful debate, and a commitment to rigorous inquiry. All members of the University - faculty, staff, and students - are expected to advance the scholarly and social values embodied by the university.
The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) houses twelve departments, covering a wide range of undergraduate specializations in the Arts and Sciences including English Literature & Linguistics and Arabic Languages, History, Sociology, Social Work, International Affairs, Mass Communication, Psychology, Policy, Planning & Development, Statistics, Chemistry, Biological Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Public Health, Biomedical Sciences, Material Science, Sports Science, and Human Nutrition. The College also houses five Master Programs, which are in Environmental Sciences, Biomedical Sciences, Gulf Studies, Material Science and Arabic Language. In Fall 2013, CAS launched a PhD in Biological and Environmental Sciences. Additionally, the College offers a Program of Arabic for Non- Native Speakers. Also, the newly established three research centers namely Center for Social Science and Humanities, Center for Sustainable Development, and Gulf Studies Center.
It is worth mentioning that as members of QU, CAS faculty members have excellent opportunities to secure intramural and extramural funding for their research ideas. Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF) is major source of research funding, with individual project funding limit exceeding 1 million/project (5 million exceptional projects) along with student research funding programs. As the national and largest University in the country, Qatar University is the recipient of most of QNRF awards, with many research- active faculty members able to win multiple grants.
The Material Sciences and Technology Program of College of Arts and Science has an opening for Professor Position in the area of Physical Metallurgy. The position is three years renewable and will begin in September 2014.The qualified applicant must have an earned doctorate in Materials Science, or closely related area and a record of accomplishment indicative of excellent teaching and the ability to develop a strong research program. The selected candidate should be able to teach Thermodynamics, Mechanics of Materials and Metallurgy to graduate level students. Research experience in the area of materials science is a must.
Qualifications: Successful candidate should possess:
How to Apply: Applications must be submitted online at the following http://www.qu.edu.qa/artssciences/job/index.php by March 15, 2014 No paper mail application can be accepted. The URL allows candidate to register and upload application material.