Friday, March 4, 2016

[DMANET] Faculty positions at University of Chile

Faculty positions in Industrial Engineering, University of Chile

The Department of Industrial Engineering at the University of Chile, is
seeking to fill academic positions in the areas of Operations Management,
Operations Research and Management Science.

Industrial Engineering has a research group in theory and practice of OR/MS
with strong international connections to prestigious academic centers. Our
faculty serve in the editorial board of the most prestigious journal of the
profession including Management Science, Operations Research, M&SOM,
Mathematical Programming and Mathematics of Operations Research. Their
research has been rewarded by a number of prestigious prizes such as the
IFORS Prize, the INFORMS's Edelman Prize, the Wagner Prize, and several
best paper awards. The OR/MS group at the Department of Industrial
Engineering also has vast and recognized experience in developing applied
research in collaboration with companies and government agencies in the
areas of forest engineering, mining, public procurement, scheduling, supply
chain management, retailing, matching markets and data science applications.

The Industrial Engineering Department has faculty working in a broad
spectrum of areas, including Operations Research, Operations Management,
Marketing, Information Systems, Finance and Economics. It is part of the
School of Engineering at the University of Chile, which is one of the top
schools in engineering and science in Chile, attracting the best
undergraduate and graduate students in the region. The department has very
strong research oriented masters programs in OR/MS and in Economics, and is
currently developing a world-class doctoral program which is attracting
talented students from Latin-America and beyond.


Doctoral degree in operations management, operations research, computer
science or similar fields.


Teach undergraduate and graduate courses. Teaching in Spanish is desirable
but not a requirement.

Candidates are expected to establish a strong research agenda, interest in
applications with impact on government or industry is desirable.

Review of materials will be ongoing until the positions are filled.

Applications should include: a C.V., a statement of research with relevant
publications and work in progress, and 3 letters of recommendation.
Applications should be sent by email to:

Jose Correa
Department of Industrial Engineering
Universidad de Chile

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