Assistant Professor position with remote sensing overlap

SUNY ESF is seeking for two Assistant Professors to teach introductory physics courses, with remote sensing being a possible research area. The full position description and application instructions are here:

Assistant Professor – Physics Courses / Open Research: The State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY ESF) invites applications for two tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant Professor level to start in Fall 2018. The successful candidates will be required to teach introductory Physics courses, conduct research in their areas of specialty, assist in the development of a new “Physics Program” at ESF, and participate in service activities. The research area is open; illustrative examples include soft matter, computer simulation, computational fluid mechanics, atmospheric or oceanic physics, energy system modeling, renewable materials science, remote sensing, geotechnical engineering, or geoengineering. Opportunities exist for collaboration with faculty at the Department of Physics and the Biomaterials Institute at neighboring Syracuse University. We seek candidates with excellence in both teaching and research and commitment to professional and University service.

Note that the application deadline in March/1, interested candidates are encouraged to complete their application by this Sunday.