Sichuan University-Pittsburgh Institute (SCUPI), located in Chengdu, China, invites applications to fill a couple of faculty positions (either tenure or non-tenure track) in Mathematics at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. The position is to start from the Spring 2023 Semester.
Terms of employment, including salary, relocation, and start-up packages are competitive and on par with similar offers by universities in North America.
1. Applicants should have a Ph.D. degree by the time of hire and must be able to teach basic math courses such as calculus (both in single variable and multivariable), linear algebra, and differential equations. Expertise in one or more of the following areas of mathematics: applied mathematics, probability, and mathematical statistics, data sciences, data analytics, and data mining are preferable.
2. Effective oral and written communication in English is required, as English is the official language of the Institute.
3. Successful applicants should have the ability to build externally funded research programs, as well as contribute to the teaching missions of the Institute.
Qualified applicants should submit their applications to email@example.com. The application should include the following materials in PDF form:
b. Statement of Research Interests
c. Statement of Teaching Interests
d. Name and Contact Information of at least three references
Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.
SCUPI is an academic entity jointly established by Sichuan University and the University of Pittsburgh. Approved by China's Ministry of Education in 2014, SCUPI is one of the large-scale partnerships between a top US university and a top-rate Chinese university. SCUPI now enrolls around 850 undergraduate students in three majors, including Industrial Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. In fall 2022 SCUPI will start two new majors: Computer Sciences, Electrical and Computer Engineering. The technical curriculum complies fully with the curriculum of Pitt's Swanson School of Engineering and all courses are taught in English. SCUPI will continue to grow in size and discipline. Along with this strategic plan, a new SCUPI building is about completed. This new space and facilities will offer vast opportunities for innovations in research, education, and career development.
The successful candidates for these positions will benefit from the resources, support, and a multidisciplinary research environment fostered by Sichuan University, the University of Pittsburgh, and other global partnering institutions. Sichuan University, Sichuan Province, and the Chinese government have existing programs with special funding support for eligible junior faculty. More information about SCUPI can be found at https://scupi.scu.edu.cn/en/.