The Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology (CCB) at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is seeking faculty candidates for two tenured/tenure-track appointments on our New Brunswick/Piscataway campus. While our searches focus primarily on the assistant professor level, applications at all levels will be considered.
Successful candidates and their research groups will: be housed in our new 145,000 sf, state-of-the-art chemistry building; have access to rich experimental and computational resources on campus; and engage with our world-class research faculty.
We especially welcome applicants with interests in: (1) quantum materials, particularly those related to quantum computing; or (2) biophysical chemistry with a focus on mass spectrometry, biomolecular design and/or spectroscopic approaches to biological systems.
CCB faculty are expected to demonstrate an ability to build and sustain a world-class research program.
Minimum Education and Experience:
Ph.D. in chemistry or a related field, a significant record of scholarship in fundamental research, and are expected to contribute to CCB's teaching and service missions.
Posting Number: 19FA1978
Location: Busch (RU-New Brunswick)
Internal Number: 99496
About Rutgers University
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