Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

Open College Positions

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  • Atmospheric Science
  • Research Project Manager
    Full details Position Summary
    This position provides day-to-day FINANCIAL management of a complex portfolio of scientific research projects, working closely with department faculty and senior research scientists to coordinate multiple research projects and ensure successful on-time and on-budget project completion.  Research Project Managers (RPMs) are an integral part of our Research Group teams. They actively participate in in the financial management of the group and manage the project from cradle to grave beginning with the proposal process and ending with closeout. 
    This position also plays a leading role in the preparation and submission of scientific proposals to external sponsors, including federal, state, and local government agencies, industry, and foundations.  
     
    To be successful in this position, the candidate should have:
    • Good organizational skills, attention to detail, strong writing ability, and the ability to learn quickly.  
    • Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work with individuals and teams of faculty, research scientists, university administrators, and program managers and scientific collaborators in the U.S and abroad. 
    • A strong work ethic and commitment to a quality work product and environment.  In addition, they must be both proactive and a self-starter and with the ability to prioritize and deal with frequent interruptions in a fast-paced research environment.  [P1] 
    • The ability to coordinate expenditure planning for a complex portfolio of research projects, forecasting and recommending appropriate solutions for any funding shortfalls with respect to support of scientific staff, consumables, scientific equipment, or project travel. 
    • Although this position does not typically execute financial transactions, the successful candidate should have the ability to answer questions, review, and approve or decline requests for project-related expenditures, in consultation as needed with the project principal investigator (PI). 

    This position is eligible to work remotely one day per week.
     
    The individual in this position will report jointly to the Manager of Business Operations (MBO) and the Lead Research Project Manager.  
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Assistant/Associate Professor - Groundwater Hydrology and Engineering
    Full details Position Summary
    The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) at Colorado State University (CSU) invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the field of groundwater hydrology and engineering with emphasis on interdisciplinary approaches to sustainable management of groundwater. Relevant research areas may include managed aquifer recharge, groundwater interactions with the environment, climate impacts on groundwater resources, application of big data analytics to assess groundwater systems, and fate and transport of contaminants. Preference will be given to applicants that demonstrate an ability to interface with a broad range of stakeholders and partners. CSU is a land-grant institution with a strong commitment to research and scholarly activities that impact society and address global problems. Experience in or potential for international collaborations is desired.

    Responsibilities: The successful candidate will be expected to: (1) develop and maintain an internationally-recognized, externally-funded research program; (2) provide intellectual leadership and excellence in teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in civil and environmental engineering; and (3) pursue scholarly activities, serve the academic community, and contribute to CSU engagement. The successful candidate will be expected to address interdisciplinary research problems that complement and expand current activities in the Department and to collaborate effectively with other faculty within the Department and across the University.

    Appointment: The position is anticipated to be filled at the rank of assistant professor; however, an associate professor appointment may be considered for exceptional candidates.
     
    Salary and benefits: The position is expected to be filled at the tenure-track assistant professor level. However, exceptional candidates may be considered for appointment at the tenured associate professor level provided they meet the requirements for such appointments as described in the CEE Department code (https://www.engr.colostate.edu/ce/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/CEE-Department-Code-Revised-April-2021.pdf).  The initial salary will be $88,000 to $92,000 for an assistant professor and $109,000 to $114,000 for an associate professor for a nine-month appointment, depending on qualifications and experience.  CSU offers excellent benefits (https://hr.colostate.edu/prospective-employees/our-perks/).
  • Assistant/Associate Professor - Hydrologic Science and Engineering
    Full details Position Summary
    The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) at Colorado State University (CSU) invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the field of hydrologic science and engineering with emphasis on climate change impacts on civil infrastructure systems. Relevant research areas may span from the hydrologic processes associated with land-surface/atmosphere interactions to integrated adaptation, mitigation, and risk management strategies. CSU is a land-grant institution with a strong commitment to research and scholarly activities that impact society and address global problems. Experience in or potential for international collaborations is desired.

    Responsibilities: The successful candidate will be expected to: (1) develop and maintain an internationally-recognized, externally-funded research program; (2) provide intellectual leadership and excellence in teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in civil and environmental engineering; and (3) pursue scholarly activities, serve the academic community, and contribute to CSU engagement. The successful candidate will be expected to address interdisciplinary research problems that complement and expand current activities in the Department and to collaborate effectively with other faculty within the Department and across the University.

    Appointment: The position is anticipated to be filled at the rank of assistant professor; however, an associate professor appointment may be considered for exceptional candidates.
     
    Salary and benefits: The position is expected to be filled at the tenure-track assistant professor level. However, exceptional candidates may be considered for appointment at the tenured associate professor level provided they meet the requirements for such appointments as described in the CEE Department code (https://www.engr.colostate.edu/ce/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/CEE-Department-Code-Revised-April-2021.pdf).  The initial salary will be $88,000 to $92,000 for an assistant professor and $109,000 to $114,000 for an associate professor for a nine-month appointment, depending on qualifications and experience.  CSU offers excellent benefits (https://hr.colostate.edu/prospective-employees/our-perks/).
  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Postdoctoral Fellow - Open Pool
    Full details Position Summary
    The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at CSU seeks applications throughout the year from individuals who are interested in Postdoctoral positions within the department.
    
    Positions may become available in the areas of Environmental and Energy Systems, Infrastructure Systems, and Water Engineering and Science research.
    
    Doctoral graduates receive world-class training, participate in cutting-edge research projects.
    
    More job-specific information will be available as faculty members decide to hire a postdoctoral fellow from the open pool.
    
    The open positions are temporary assignments. Annual terms and reappointment may depend on performance and/or the continued availability of funding.
    
    Should your qualifications result in a decision to pursue your candidacy, you will be contacted.
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship in Air Toxics
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    The successful candidate will work as part of a multidisciplinary team of engineers, physical and social scientists, and public-health practitioners to assess air pollution exposures across indoor and outdoor environments (with a primary focus on exposure to volatile organic compounds). The work requires knowledge of analytic chemistry and experience with thermal-desorption gas-chromatography mass spectrometry systems.  The candidate should also have interest in exposure science, environmental justice, and public health.  Applicants should have excellent written and oral communication skills, ability to work both independently and within a fast-paced multidisciplinary research environment, and be comfortable conversing with academicians, community members, workforce, and policy makers.  This is a one year appointment with the option to renew based on performance and availability of funding. 
  • Research Associate I - Housing Systems
    Full details Position Summary
    The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering is hiring a full-time Research Associate I to conduct research aimed at understanding the context for decision-making related to housing quality and condition in renter- and owner-occupied housing systems. The position is based at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO, involving fieldwork to be conducted in Fort Collins. Some travel will be expected to carry out field work, and under such conditions, a willingness to be flexible and adaptable and to solve problems with a positive attitude are very useful. The position is intended to support academic research related to housing quality and condition that draws most heavily from a social sciences perspective, while informing exposure science and environmental engineering applications of the knowledge gained through the work. Because the work is rooted in the field and draws from community-based participatory research frameworks, the person filling this position will be expected to devote at least 20% of their time to work associated with development and management of relationships that support and inform the research and with the ongoing communication of the findings to various stakeholder groups.
  • College of Engineering (Dean's Office)
  • Research Project Manager
    Full details Position Summary
    The Research Project Manager (RPM) provides day-to-day management of a complex portfolio of scientific research projects, working closely with department faculty and senior research scientists to coordinate multiple research projects and ensure successful on-time and on-budget project completion. The RPM also plays a leading role in the preparation and submission of scientific proposals to external sponsors, including federal, state and local government agencies, industry, and foundations.

    The individual should be capable of coordinating expenditure planning for a complex portfolio of research projects, forecasting and recommending appropriate solutions for any funding shortfalls with respect to support of scientific staff, consumables, scientific equipment, or project travel. This position does not typically execute financial transactions, but fields, reviews, and approves or decline requests for project-related expenditures, in consultation as needed with the project principal investigator (PI).

    The successful candidate will possess organizational skills, attention to detail, strong writing ability, and the ability to learn quickly; excellent interpersonal skills, including an ability to work with individuals and teams of faculty, research scientists, university administrators, and program managers and scientific collaborators in the U.S and abroad. The individual must also possess a strong work ethic and commitment to a quality work product and environment and be both proactive and a self-starter and have the ability to prioritize and deal with frequent interruptions in a fast-paced research environment.

    This position reports to the Director of Business and Research Support Operations in the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering at Colorado State University.

    Remote work is negotiable depending on the experience of the candidate. Remote work candidates will be considered however on-campus presence may be necessary periodically (e.g.: staff retreat) but not on a regular basis.
  • Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA)
  • 21-120 Research Associate IV Economist
    Full details Position Summary
    The individual in this position will support the growth and integration of economics and the physical sciences within NWS, as part of this initiative to expand collaboration between CIRA and the NWS/OSTI. They will work with and support the NWS social science program/portfolio manager, providing economic knowledge and expertise to inform decisions concerning program planning.  They will provide project management support for activities, including the development of statements of work for economic analysis performed by external contractors, the monitoring of associated work tasks, and the review of contract deliverables to ensure their quality, accuracy and adherence to established economic principles and best practices. 
     
    This position will also support the implementation of recently developed guidelines to promote a strategic approach to NWS SBES research funding and assist in the translation of research results into NWS operations.  Further, this position will assist in planning activities in coordination with the NWS portfolios and with NOAA line offices and other federal agencies related to current and future economic studies associated with improvements in high-impact weather forecasts and warnings and the data, research, and analysis provided by other NOAA Line Offices in support of their production. 
     
    This individual will perform studies of the economic impacts of severe weather, and the economic costs and benefits of NWS products and services. This individual will support the refinement and further development of an agent based model used to estimate the benefits of NWS products and services. They will also support NWS and broader NOAA environmental justice initiatives, using data and research to identify vulnerable populations and assess the effectiveness of NWS programs in reaching these populations. This work will be performed in coordination with similar activities in other parts of NOAA. This individual will coordinate with NWS economists and other social science staff to ensure that risk communication is appropriately reflected in valuation studies and other economic analysis. 

    The individual in this position may be responsible for preparing presentation materials, providing briefings, and generating documentation. The individual may be responsible for supporting and responding to requests for economic information and other ad-hoc inquiries. 
     
    We are looking for a highly motivated, goal oriented individual, who works well within a team and individually. This position reports to Sr Research Associate, John Crockett, but works closely with and supports the NWS Social Science Program Manager.
  • 21-122: Support Researcher for Satellite Cloud Data Applications
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    The Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA) on the Foothills Campus at Colorado State University (CSU) in Fort Collins, CO, seeks to hire a Research Associate to start October 1-November 30, 2021 and support research on development of satellite cloud retrieval algorithms, evaluation, and visualization for several satellite data applications as a member of CIRA's MetSat Group for Satellite Algorithm Development, Training, and Education. Position title of Research Associate II will apply to the finalist with a Bachelor’s Degree in meteorology, atmospheric sciences, or a closely related field plus 3 years of experience working in atmospheric sciences or a related field, or a Master’s Degree in meteorology, atmospheric sciences, or a closely related field plus 1 year of experience working in atmospheric sciences or a related field.  Position title of Research Associate III will apply to the finalist with a Bachelor’s Degree in meteorology, atmospheric sciences, or a closely related field plus 5 years or more years of experience working in atmospheric sciences or a related field, or a Master’s Degree in meteorology, atmospheric sciences, or a closely related field plus 2 years of experience working in atmospheric sciences or a related field. 
     
    The objective of this position is to provide an opportunity for a motivated researcher to explore innovative approaches while working in a highly stimulating and interdisciplinary team environment.  The individual in this position will report to the CIRA Atmospheric Scientist in Meteorological Satellite Remote Sensing and Algorithm Development and support projects funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) as related to the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) of the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) program, and the Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) of the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES) program.  Target projects will include improving satellite cloud retrieval algorithms to estimate cloud vertical structure and related cloud properties from VIIRS and ABI data, supporting algorithm implementation and evaluation for NOAA operations, and developing training/display tools of cloud products.  Specifically, the individual in this position will work on observation of clouds using various satellite data sets. This work is toward applications for product end users and support operational algorithm implementation and validation, and is expected to establish strong partnerships with both CIRA research staff and sponsors. 
  • 21-124 : Risk Communication-AI Integration Scientist
    Full details Position Summary
    The postdoc will join the AI2ES research team to lead development of visualization and interactive user interface of AI/ML guidance in order to support the development of meaningful and trustworthy AI tools for forecasters. In doing so, the individual will report to the Principal Investigator, closely collaborating and communicating with an interdisciplinary team of AI experts, atmospheric scientists, and risk communication scientists.  This team is leading fundamental and applied research on developing trustworthy AI for different weather, climate, and coastal hazards that are informed by user-oriented research about forecasters’ and their partners’ attitudes, interpretations, perceptions, and uses of AI. The proposed research to be conducted by the postdoctoral scientist will include a particular focus on visualizing uncertainty and confidence, representing the temporal evolution of AI, and facilitating interactivity of and interactions with AI models as an approach to explaining AI, to enhance the existing AI2ES efforts along these lines.  
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • ECE Department Manager
    Full details Position Summary
    The Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department at Colorado State University is seeking a highly motivated individual to manage the staff and it’s financial and human resources to advance the mission of the department. The position will serve as a strategic advisor to the department head on a wide variety of issues, including but not limited to implementation and assessment of short- and long-term strategic plans, as well as oversight and management of budget and finances. A detailed understanding of finance and accounting; budgeting, forecasting, and planning; and effective management practices is required. Considerable understanding of the significance associated with the scientific research and teaching missions of the faculty is necessary in order to oversee current support for departmental activities and to plan creatively for the department’s future.
     
    This position will also be responsible for researching, preparing, analyzing, and managing information related to projects, people, and programs. Independent judgment and analytical skills must be exercised to understand, interpret, and manage data related to faculty research, an academic department and scholarly work. All areas of responsibility for this position warrant a great deal of analysis to determine the best approach to projects within a broad set of general guidelines. This position requires the flexibility to deal effectively with a range of people, such as faculty, researchers, international scholars, university administrators, staff personnel, and students. The position may require occasional work on evenings and weekends, as necessary.
  • Postdoctoral Fellow - Electrical and Computer Engineering - Open Pool
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    The department accepts applications on an ongoing basis from individuals who are interested in a postdoctoral position within the department.  Positions with specific areas of research could include: 
    -Biomedical engineering
    -Communications and signal processing 
    -Computer engineering
    -Controls and robotics
    -Electromagnetics and remote sensing 
    -Lasers and photonics
    
    NOTE: Applicants must obtain a PhD degree in an appropriate discipline related to Electrical and Computer Engineering by the proposed start date.
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Assistant / Associate Professor - Biomedical Engineering
    Full details Position Summary
    The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Colorado State University invites applicants for a tenured / tenure-track faculty position at the level of Assistant or Associate Professor.  Candidates with research and teaching experience in Biomedical Engineering and related Mechanical Engineering areas are sought with interests that synergistically strengthen current departmental research and teaching activities.  Candidates working in the broad application areas of health and translational medicine are encouraged to apply.  

    Synergistic Areas (in no particular order):
    ·        Tissue Engineering
    ·        Orthopaedics
    ·        Musculoskeletal trauma / disease / treatment
    ·        Medical Device Development
    ·        Additive Manufacturing / Bioprinting
    ·        Cellular and Molecular Biology / Bioengineering

    This faculty position is a full-time nine-month appointment.  Successful candidates are expected to build and maintain a strong, internationally recognized research program supported through external funding, to enhance the Department’s education programs, and to provide service to the University and broader community.  Successful candidates will be expected to teach courses in our Mechanical Engineering curriculum at the undergraduate, M.S., and Ph.D. levels, advise undergraduate and graduate students, and develop advanced course in their areas of expertise.  
  • Assistant / Associate Professor - Energy Decarbonization
    Full details Position Summary
    The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Colorado State University is seeking a tenured / tenure-track faculty member at the level of an Assistant or Associate Professor. This faculty member will have expertise in energy research that is directly applicable to decarbonization of energy and is expected to synergistically strengthen current energy activities at CSU (see https://www.engr.colostate.edu/me/energy-research/ for current Energy research). This person will also be expected to support teaching and educational activities at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. 
     
    Research areas of particular interest include: Decarbonization Strategies for Transportation, Electricity Generation, Industrial, Agriculture, Commercial, and Residential Sectors; Hydrogen and Carbon Neutral Fuels Production, Utilization, and Storage; Electrical, Electrochemical, or Thermal Energy Storage; Carbon Capture and Storage, including Carbon Mineralization, Carbon Recycling, and Direct Air Capture.
     
    This faculty member will receive a full-time nine-month appointment. The individual will be expected to build and maintain a strong, internationally recognized research program supported through external funding to enhance the Department’s educational programs, and to provide service to the University and broader community.
     
    A successful faculty member is expected to teach courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, advise undergraduate and graduate students, and develop advanced courses in his / her area of expertise. 
  • Assistant / Associate Professor – Aerospace Propulsion
    Full details Position Summary
    The Mechanical Engineering Department invites applications for a tenure-track faculty member at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. Successful applicants should demonstrate a potential to establish and grow a strong externally funded, internationally recognized aerospace propulsion research program. Successful applicants should also be able to mentor, and advise undergraduate and graduate students, develop and teach courses in aerospace propulsion, and perform service at the college and university levels. This faculty position is a full-time, nine month appointment.  Reflecting departmental and institutional values, candidates are expected to advance the Department's commitment to diversity and inclusion.
       
    Aerospace Propulsion research areas of particular interest include: thermal-fluid science and technologies associated with air-breathing, rocket and space propulsion; novel combustion systems, such as supersonic combustion, plasma-assisted combustion, pulse detonation engines; combustion instabilities; advanced diagnostics; sustainable propulsion, such as electric aviation propulsion systems, sustainable aviation fuels and advanced gas turbine concepts; rocket systems and hypersonic flows; nuclear, electric, and chemical space propulsion systems.
  • Assistant/Associate Professor - Engineering Mechanics
    Full details Position Summary
    With approximately 1,000 undergraduate students, the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Colorado State University is the largest program in the Rocky Mountain region, and the third largest major at Colorado State University. In support of this growth, the Department invites applications for a non-tenure track full-time faculty professor to teach second-year MECH Design Courses (MECH 201 and MECH 202), third-year MECH engineering mechanics courses (MECH 324 and MECH 325), and Senior Design Practicum (MECH 486A&B). 
     
    This position supports the educational mission of the Department and its commitment to provide high-quality educational opportunities in engineering design. The position reports to the Head of the Mechanical Engineering Department on a one-year renewable contract, pending successful performance and available funding. 
     
    The Assistant / Associate Professor may be given responsibility for one or more of our undergraduate laboratories; responsible for the quality, efficacy and learning outcomes of experiments, and modification and change consistent with the Department’s goals. Successful candidates will be given the opportunity to develop and teach new courses consistent with the academic goals of the Department and its students.
  • Engineering Research Histology Technologist - OBRL
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    The Engineering Research Histology Technologist position will support orthopedic and musculoskeletal research within the OBRL’s histology lab. Daily operations of the histology lab may include, but are not limited to, processing tissue samples, creating microscopic tissue slides, maintaining histology lab equipment, maintaining histology lab supplies, imaging slides, and performing slide analyses. The Engineering Research Histology Technologist will maintain excellent data documentation and report writing, and will follow Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) within the lab at all times.
  • Instructor / Professor - Advanced Manufacturing
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    The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Colorado State University invites applications for a Non-Tenure Track Faculty (NTTF) position to operate the Engineering Manufacturing Education Center (EMEC) and to teach MECH 200 A&B, Introduction to Manufacturing Processes, lecture and lab sections. We are seeking a candidate with an advanced manufacturing background. The ideal candidate will have experience in hands-on education in both subtractive and additive manufacturing processes. A successful candidate will be prepared to offer lectures in all aspects of traditional and advanced manufacturing, including process simulation, data collection and process feedback as it relates to Industry 4.0 concepts. 

    The person selected for this position will be responsible for teaching MECH 200 A&B (lecture and labs) in the fall, spring, and summer semesters, and will direct the operation and maintenance of the Engineering Manufacturing Education Center (EMEC). Teaching includes being readily available to constructively instruct and mentor ME students throughout their time at CSU, and regularly assessing and improving coursework. EMEC Operation includes being physically present when the lab is open, ensuring personnel safety, replacing, maintaining and operating the lab equipment and tools, managing consumables and waste, managing the EMEC budget and expenses, and supervising the EMEC Manufacturing Engineer and several other graduate and undergraduate support students.

    This faculty member will receive a full-time 12-month appointment. 
  • Sustainability Engineer - Agent Based Modeling
    Full details Position Summary
    The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Colorado State University (CSU) is seeking a Research Scientist in Sustainability Analysis. The selected individual will work with the Principal Investigator at CSU.

    The incumbent will communicate and work with team members to develop a toolset that is capable of identifying promising combinations of production pathways and performance targets for bio-energy and co-product systems.  This is a new paradigm for bioenergy modeling. The work will leverage agent-based modeling for the optimization of biofuel production pathways with geo-spatial resolution and multi-parameter optimization that includes cost, energy, water, and emissions criteria.

    The work is divided in to four interconnected objectives: 1) development of modular engineering process models, 2) development of concurrent sustainability models, 3) optimization and evaluation of bioenergy configurations, and 4) external review.  The four objectives above integrate to facilitate the evaluation of the US bioenergy sector.  Foundational modeling work will build upon existing single-product models by adding a network multi-objective optimization economic and environmental model coupled with agent based modeling. The position can leverage modeling tools, web services, data, stakeholder relationships, and institutional knowledge created through complementary work, and will be performed in strong collaboration with the Principal Investigator. 

    This is 12 month full-time position (with appropriate benefits: healthcare, medical, dental, vision, retirement.).
  • Sustainability Engineer - Sustainable Bioeconomy for Arid Regions
    Full details Position Summary
    The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Colorado State University (CSU) is seeking a Research Scientist in Sustainability Analysis. The selected individual will work with the Principal Investigator at CSU. The position is multi-faceted and will include the following:
     
    Research: The research will focus on sustainability assessment of various technologies with the following description being a core part with additional projects to be identified. The incumbent will communicate and work with team members to develop a toolset that is capable of identifying promising combinations of production pathways and performance targets for bioenergy and co-product systems in the desert southwest. The work will include continued work on the Sustainable Bioeconomy for Arid Regions (SBAR) project which is funded through USDA. The scope includes modeling agricultural and processing of desert southwest cropping systems. This foundational modeling will be used to assess the system in terms of economic viability and environmental impact. Work will include integrating experimental data and other dynamic modeling work into the foundational integrated model. Other research topics will be identified.
     
    Mentoring: The position includes mentoring of graduate students in collaboration with the PI. This includes working with graduate students to achieve not only research but professional development goals. 
     
    Dissemination: Journal articles, conference publications, and internal presentations will be generated and disseminated. 
     
    This is 12-month full-time position (with appropriate benefits: healthcare, medical, dental, vision, retirement.).
  • Systems Engineering
  • Postdoctoral Fellow - GAN Based Imaging Generation
    Full details Position Summary
    The Department of Systems Engineering (https://www.engr.colostate.edu/se) at Colorado State University (Fort Collins campus) invites applications for a Postdoctoral Fellowship position to pursue research in Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs), Hybrid Neural Networks, and Imaging Artificial Networks. 

    This individual will engage in groundbreaking, multi-disciplinary research in close collaboration with Dr. Steve Simske’s research groups in the Systems Engineering Department and other departments at CSU. Candidates with a demonstrated research background in GANs, Machine Learning, and agent – based modeling are encouraged to apply.

    This is a 12 month assignment, can be extended up to 3 years depending on source funding. Should your qualifications result in a decision to pursue your candidacy, you will be contacted. For more information on postdoctoral fellow employment benefits, please visit the Human Resources web page at: http://www.hrs.colostate.edu/benefits/