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Thu, 9 Apr 2015 08:33:42 -0400
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Imperial College London
Department of Chemical Engineering
Professor of Process Systems Engineering

Minimum salary £71,760 per annum. Full-time, open-ended appointment

The Department of Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London is
consistently recognised as world-leading, heading the ranking list in
the last three UK Research Assessment Exercises, in 1996, 2001 and 2008
and in the Research Excellence Framework in 2014. The Centre for Process
Systems Engineering resides within the Department and is a multi-
institutional centre with a worldwide reputation for shaping the
direction of systems engineering research.

We attribute our success to the wide range of skills and expertise of
our students and staff. Our research interests range from the
microscopic e.g. molecular organisation and interactions - to the
megascale e.g. design and optimisation of whole distribution networks.
We have expertise in mathematical analysis and modelling as well as in
experimental investigation and measurement. In all of these areas we
deploy, and indeed often devise ourselves, the most up-to-date methods.
Much of our research is collaborative and cross-disciplinary within and
across departments, across different faculties, as well as with other
Universities, and with Industrial partners both in the United Kingdom
and worldwide.

The Department is seeking to make an appointment at a Professorial level
in the area of process systems engineering. The appointee will work
within the Centre for Process Systems Engineering and will have an
outstanding track record in at least some of the areas of; product and
process design, operations, automation and control, modelling and model
solutions with a focus on either process systems, molecular systems,
biological systems, environmental systems or energy systems.

Applicants must be a graduate (or equivalent) in Chemical Engineering or
a related discipline, and also hold a doctorate (or equivalent). You
should have an outstanding research record, as demonstrated by your
publications. In addition to the application form, you should attach a
full CV (including a list of publications) that covers any aspects of
your career not covered by the online form, a statement of your research
plans over the next 5 years (2 pages maximum) and a brief statement of
your teaching interests (1 page maximum).

Our preferred method of application is online via our website at: (Please select “job search” then
enter the job title or vacancy reference number EN20150100WW into
keywords”). Please complete and upload an application form as directed.

Closing date for applications: 31 July 2015

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