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Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering and Information Engineering

Shanghai University

Location: Shanghai - China
Salary: Not Specified
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 21st June 2019
Closes: 30th June 2020

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Responsibility:

  1. Teach Chinese and foreign students,also undertake 2 core courses annually(60 hours for each) and 1 topic course (60 hours)
  2. Introduce advanced courses abroad
  3. Responsible for the construction of specialized laboratories
  4. Develop industrial relations and guide student internships
  5. Mentor Chinese undergraduate students, postgraduates and overseas students.
  6. Engaged in research related to cyber physical system or hosted  research projects in key laboratories of Shanghai University
  7. Develop international research cooperation with  French University of Technology Group(UT Group)

Post requirements

  1. Able to undertake teaching in Chinese and a foreign language (English or French)
  2. Excellent undergraduate, master's and doctoral education background
  3. Working experience as an associate professor or associate researcher
  4. Excellent teaching and scientific research experience
  5. Academic positions in academic establishments
  6. Familiar with engineer education, especially French engineering education

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