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Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Materials by Design
Boston University
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Posted: 13-Oct-21

Location: Boston, Massachusetts

Preferred Education: Doctorate

Categories:

Engineering and Technology: Electrical
Physics: Materials
Physics: Optics and Laser

Sector:

Academic

Work Function:

Faculty 4-Year College/University
About Boston University
Boston University is an international, comprehensive, private research university, committed to educating students to be reflective, resourceful individuals ready to live, adapt, and lead in an interconnected world. Boston University is committed to generating new knowledge to benefit society. We remain dedicated to our founding principles: that higher education should be accessible to all and that research, scholarship, artistic creation, and professional practice should be conducted in the service of the wider community—local and international. These principles endure in the University’s insistence on the value of diversity, in its tradition and standards of excellence, and in its dynamic engagement with the City of Boston and the world. Boston University comprises a remarkable range of undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs built on a strong foundation of the liberal arts and sciences. With the support and oversight of the Board of Trustees, the University, through our faculty, continually innovates in education and research to ensure that we meet the needs of students and an ever-changing world.
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