Canada Research Chair Tier 1: Imaging and Artificial Intelligence - Unlocking the Potential of Imaging Data
As the successful candidate, you will help the College of Engineering enhance its research capacity in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to lead the province in the areas of health care, agriculture, and mining. You will develop the new approaches needed in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning research to facilitate adoption of AI-based technologies and to unlock the significant wealth of information available in various sources of imaging across multiple disciplines. View full posting.
Canada Research Chair Tier 2: Social and Cultural Decision Making in Engineering Design
The College of Engineering is committed to enhancing its research capacity in human-centered, community-based, and sustainable engineering design. The growing recognition of the impacts of engineering on social and cultural health necessitates new approaches to engineering design. As the successful candidate, you will complement existing activities at USask in the areas of environment and sustainability, public health, public policy and Indigenous reconciliation. You will play an important role in building university partnerships with Indigenous communities and attracting Indigenous students to engineering. View full posting.
Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture Endowed Research Chair: Bioprocess Engineering
We are committed to enhancing our research capacity in bioprocess engineering that will help create new bio-products (food, feed, and industrial) and processes that increase the application, use, and value of Saskatchewan commodities and ingredients. View full posting.
Assistant Professor: Hydrology or Geotechnical Engineering
Our successful candidate will initiate and lead a strong research program related to hydrogeology and/or geotechnical engineering; compete successfully for external funding to support this research program (e.g., through collaboration with the mining and oil and gas industries; local, provincial and federal government agencies; and consulting engineering firms); supervise graduate student research projects; and teach undergraduate and graduate courses in the areas of hydrogeology, geotechnical engineering and engineering geology. View full posting.
Assistant Professor (Teaching Stream): First-Year Engineering
We are committed to modernizing engineering education to better prepare our graduates for success in the ever-increasing diversity of potential career paths. You will be part of a core team responsible for the design, development, and implementation of the new first-year USask engineering program, incorporating research-informed best practices in course design, teaching and learning methods, approaches to student assessment, and experiential learning opportunities. View full posting.