We’re seeking exceptional faculty to move Mizzou forward in priority areas related to energy research. To further interdisciplinary collaboration, the university will consider faculty candidates in several areas of research.
Energy and sustainability systems are critical for producing, distributing and utilizing energy while minimizing environmental impact. These systems encompass a range of technologies, policies and practices designed to promote renewable and viable energy sources, enhance energy efficiency and foster resource management to meet current and future energy demands. Areas include:
- Nuclear Power
- Clean Hydrogen
- Solar Energy including Cybersecurity
- Grid Technologies including Cybersecurity and Power Electronics
- Energy Economics and Policy
- Decarbonization, Carbon Capture & Industrial Efficiency
(At left: The Cyber Education, Research and Infrastructure [CERI] Center)
MizzouForward is comprised of multiple advisory committees. Each committee is interdisciplinary in its composition and they review the applicant materials, conduct Zoom interviews with candidates and make recommendations to the hiring authorities.