Assistant/Associate/Full Professors-Geophysics, Geodesy, Space Physics, Planetary Sciences

Assistant/Associate/Full Professors-Geophysics, Geodesy, Space Physics, Planetary Sciences

Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech)

Shenzhen, China

The Department of Earth and Space Sciences at the Southern University of Science and Technology of China (SUSTech) invites applications for tenure-track (or tenured) faculty positions at the ranks of Assistant, Associate, and Full Professors. Applicants must have earned doctoral degrees in Geophysics,Geodesy,Space Physics,Planetary Sciences or closely related fields. Successful applicants will be expected to establish a robust, externally funded research program and demonstrate strong commitment to undergraduate and graduate teaching, student mentoring, and professional services. These positions will remain open until filled.

SUSTech is a young university at Shenzhen, China (next to Hong Kong) since 2011 which is set to become a world-leading research university, to lead the higher education reform in China, to serve the needs of innovation-oriented national development and the needs of building Shenzhen into a modern, international and innovative metropolitan. These positions are created with a significant development to establish a vigorous research program in Earth and Space Sciences at SUSTech to serve the national call for China’s important role in this field.

To apply send a cover letter, complete vitae with list of publications, and three names of references to hiring@sustc.edu.cn, or to Dr.Xiaofei Chen, Chair Professor at Department of Earth and Space Sciences, Southern University of Science and Technology, No 1088, Xueyuan Rd., Xili, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China 518055.

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Assistant/Associate/Full Professors-Geophysics, Geodesy, Space Physics, Planetary Sciences