Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Worldwide campus is currently hiring adjunct faculty to teach AENG 540 - Structural Health Monitoring.
General introduction of structural health monitoring and nondestructive evaluation techniques of mechanical and aerospace structural components. Passive and active damage analysis through intelligent actuation and sensing systems. Damage detection, diagnosis, and prognosis are discussed utilizing signal processing techniques and physics based approaches.
A minimum of a Doctoral degree in discipline is required (please see list of acceptable disciplines below), as well as relevant industry experience from within the last 7 years.
Applicable Professional Certification
Achievement of professional certification such as Professional Engineer (PE), Certified Materials Professional (Australia), or other applicable discipline-specific professional certifications.
Desired Professional Training or Experience
Active membership in professional organizations in engineering, i.e., National Academy of Engineering, National Society of Professional Engineers, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, or other organizations in fields related to aerospace structures and materials. Active membership in professional organizations in materials science, e.g.: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, Materials Research Society, American Chemical Society, or other organizations in fields related to development and application of materials for aerospace structures.
Degrees Within the Teaching Discipline
Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering
Civil Engineering, General
Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering
Transportation & Highway Engineering
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