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Faculty Positions Available in Beihang University

Employer: Beihang University
Posted: January 6, 2014
Expires: May 30, 2014
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Established in 1952, located in Haidian District, Beijing, Beihang University is one of the top research-oriented universities in China, focusing on fundamental cutting edge research and high-level education, covering such diverse fields as science, engineering, technology, humanities, economics, management and law. One of the first universities funded by China's "211" and "985" programs,it has seven national key laboratories and twenty-five provincial and ministerial key laboratories. At present, the university has a total area of two million square meters, and over 3800 faculty and staff.

Beihang University is on a clear path to become a world-class university in many engineering and science disciplines. As part of Beihang's further pursuit for excellence in research and education, we have expanded our global search for the best research talent to join our _International Research Institute for Multidisciplinary Science_ (IRIMS). Six independent international research centers (IRC) were established recently under the name of IRIMS: IRC for Biological and Nature-Inspired Materials, IRC for Big Data, IRC for Clean Energy Systems and Materials, IRC for Implanting and Interventional Medical Device, IRC for Nuclei and Particles in the Cosmos, and IRC for Soft Matters Physics and Its Application. As the core part of IRIMS, IRCs are devoted to establish a world-class, advanced and multidisciplinary research platform.

Beihang University invites applications for full-time Professors, Associate Professors and excellent scientists. Preference will be given to candidates whose research emphasis demonstrates the potential to complement and advance the IRIMS existing research strengths. Successful candidates will be provided competitive salaries and start-up funds, in line with national Recruitment Program of Young Experts and Beihang "_Zhuoyue_" Program.

Requirements & Qualifications Recruitment Program of Young Experts (1000 Plan Professorship for Young Talent): candidates should under the age of 40; have obtained a PhD degree in a world-renowned university with at least 3 years of research experience abroad; or have obtained a PhD degree in Mainland China with at least 5 years of research and teaching experience abroad; special offers will be granted to those who have excellent research achievements during their doctoral study.

"_Zhuoyue_" Program Professor & Associate Professor: candidates should have a PhD degree in a world-renowned university; or have obtained a PhD degree in Mainland China with at least 2 years (Professor) or 1 year (Associate Professor) of research experience abroad; have a proven track record of faculty or research fellow positions abroad before coming to China.

We also welcome eminent scholars all over the world to join the newly-established IRIMS and create its international excellence.

Interested individuals should send curriculum vitae by email to, with "Faculty Application from Naturejobs" in the title. For more information, please visit the university's Human Resource Department website, or contact us by email or by telephone 86-010-82317779.

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