|Salary:||£50,085 to £58,895 per annum, inclusive of London allowance|
|Placed On:||27th September 2023|
|Closes:||5th November 2023|
In our single biggest development since we were founded, UCL has expanded to east London. UCL East seeks to unite academic activities across experiments, arts, society and technology, integrating research and education, theory and practice – with cross-disciplinarity, innovation and public engagement. More than just a conventional campus, UCL East represents a future focused mindset. We will deliver new research, technology and innovation, and undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes for up to 4,000 students.
The Manufacturing Futures Lab (MFL) sits within UCL’s Engineering and MAPS Faculties with the Departments of Mechanical, Chemical and Biochemical Engineering and Chemistry participating. Our vision is to conduct cross-cutting, multidisciplinary research that will have a deep impact across the nanotechnology, chemical, pharmaceutical, energy, healthcare, transport and electronics sectors.
About the Role
The MFL is recruiting for a Lecturer in Nanotechnology to join our bench of innovative and enterprising academics. The appointee will lead in the development of nanoengineering activities at the MFL and carry out world-class research to complement or expand the cross-cutting multidisciplinary activities of the MFL, UCL East and UCL.
Additional responsibilities include raising of funds to support their research programmes, postdoctoral research staff and PhD students. In addition to publishing world-leading research, the post-holder will also teach courses in programmes such as the Future Manufacturing and Nanoscale Engineering MSc programme at the MFL.
Please refer to the job Description for more information.
We are keen to receive applications from holders of a PhD in Engineering, Materials Science or Natural sciences and an appropriate background and research expertise in nanotechnology and/or advanced materials. Evidence of participating/leading on research grants and a track record of supporting the development of students, PhD students, early career researchers and/or direct reports through mentoring, sponsorship or personal tutoring are essential requirements.
Additional desirable criteria that will enhance your application can include some or all of the following:
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