The Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering is looking for the best...
The AE School at Georgia at Tech is ready to grow. We are actively seeking qualified candidates from a number of related disciplines to join our team of outstanding research and teaching faculty. After reading about the positions listed below, interested candidates are encouraged to also visit the AE research and the AE faculty profile websites.
The Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology invites nominations and applications for a faculty position in aerodynamics and fluid mechanics. Applicants with experimental expertise are particularly encouraged.The AE School works closely with Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), the applied research arm of Georgia Tech in this area. Applications are sought from candidates working anywhere in the entire speed range from subsonic to hypersonic. read more
Exciting challenges await the next generation of research engineers and scientists in the vertical lift sector. Topics of interest for this position include, but are not limited to vertical lift research in: experimental and computational aeromechanics, design, aeroelasticity, multi-body dynamics, structural dynamics, autonomy, and flight mechanics and controls. The candidate’s potential for career impact, growth, and creativity will be considered in addition to their specific area of expertise within vertical lift technology and engineering. We seek outstanding individuals who will conduct impactful research, teach graduate and undergraduate students, and find innovative solutions to modern vertical lift problems. A demonstrated ability to conduct research and a strong commitment to education are required. Multidisciplinary collaboration with Georgia Tech’s Vertical Lift Research Center of Excellence, as well as other related research groups and colleges at Georgia Tech, will be highly encouraged. read more
Space Habitat Systems (joint position)
The Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering and the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology are seeking applications for a faculty position in the area of space habitat systems. The position is expected to be a joint appointment between the two schools. Multidisciplinary collaboration with related research groups and colleges at Georgia Tech is highly encouraged. Appointments at all levels will be considered for qualified candidates...read more
Exciting challenges await the next generation of research engineers and scientists in the space technology and engineering sector. Topics of interest for this position include: space vehicle design, space transportation systems, human space flight, commercial space, multi-vehicle formations, mission operations, astrodynamics, spacecraft guidance, navigation & control (GNC), mission operations, planetary entry, descent, and landing (EDL), remote surface vehicles and exploration, space habitation, in situ resource utilization, space situational awareness, and space debris management. find out more
The AE School is seeking candidates with expertise across the wide range of aerospace engineering disciplines for this full-time, permanent, non-tenure track appointment. Successful candidates will have a national/international reputation for excellence, and a rich and extensive background in a discipline related to aerospace engineering. Primary responsibilities for the position include teaching and service work with an emphasis on enhancing the teaching mission of the School. Ideal candidates will have evidence of or potential for exceptional course design and instruction with emphasis on bringing to bear their experience and passion into the classroom. The appointments are envisioned as 9 months, but have the possibility of expanding to 12 months. find out more
The AE School is seeking candidates with expertise across the wide range of aerospace engineering disciplines for this full-time, permanent, non-tenure track appointment. The position is a full time, permanent, non-tenure track appointment. Primary responsibilities for the position include teaching and service work with an emphasis on enhancing the teaching mission of the School. Ideal candidates will be passionate about engineering education and have evidence of exceptional course design, innovative instruction, and dedication to insuring student mastery of engineering fundamentals. The appointments are envisioned as 9 months, but have the possibility of expanding to 12 months. An advanced degree in Aerospace Engineering, Engineering Education or related field is required. Successful candidates will fully integrate with and complement the tenure-track academic faculty to create an educational program of unparalleled quality. find out more
Georgia Tech is an equal education/employment opportunity institution dedicated to building a diverse community. We strongly encourage applications from women, underrepresented minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans. Georgia Tech has policies to promote a healthy work-life balance.