Tenure track faculty positions in CEE at FAMU-FSU

The Florida A&M University – Florida State University joint College of Engineering is pleased to announce two tenure-track faculty positions in the Civil and Environmental Engineering department.  We are a unique and exciting joint college, uniting a top 25 research intensive university and a top 5 HBCU.  Our civil program is growing in numbers, quality, and recognition.  Please share our ad with your upcoming graduates and postdocs, and encourage them to check us out.  See the attached file for additional information.  

Infrastructure Systems (Job ID: 56244):

We seek highly qualified applicants with research in infrastructure as a system considering interactions between components. Applicants with primary expertise in component-level resilience and/or sustainability with minimum consideration of system aspects will not be competitive. Example areas of interest include but are not limited to:

  • Quantification of risk in spatially and functionally interconnected infrastructure systems
  • Resilience of critical infrastructure systems under compounding hazards
  • Integration of systems with socio-technological-infrastructure connections
  • Design and modeling of interfaces between various independent infrastructure systems
  • Resilient and sustainable infrastructure modeling with a strong methodological focus on system aspects

Water Resources (Job ID: 56261):

Applicants should have expertise in one or more areas of integrated surface and groundwater management, optimization and risk analysis, remote sensing of water resources, ecosystem restoration, and water infrastructure resilience and sustainability in a changing climate, compounding flood events. Example areas of interest include but are not limited to:

  • Impact of changing climate and landcover change on regional and large-scale watershed hydrology
  • Interactions of terrestrial and coastal surface and ground water systems 
  • Application of data science (such as artificial intelligence and machine learning on water resources) 
  • Public health and socioenvironmental impacts of flood events, pollution, and hydroclimatic extremes