The School of Energy and Power Engineering at University of Shanghai for
Science & Technology was founded in 1960. Through 40 years of construction and
development, the school has developed into a multi-discipline high reputation
institute in China and provides undergraduate programs in Thermal Energy and
Power Engineering with the following research direction: Power Machinery and
Engineering, Thermal Engineering, Thermal Engineering Automation, Refrigeration
and Cryogenic Techniques and so on. The Wind /Water Current Energy Research
Group (WERG) at School of Energy and Power Engineering has unique expertise and
capabilities to conduct research in the advancement of wind or water current
turbine science and systems. At present, the research team is equipped with a
wide variety of advanced computational and experimental tools and is mainly
engaged in numerical and experimental research on fluid mechanics and
thermodynamics of turbomachinery, rotor aerodynamics of wind turbines and water
current turbines. During the last few years, the research group has completed
many projects and the excellence of the group has been recognized through many
awards and honors.
We are now seeking for suitably qualified, talented, dynamic and self-
motivated candidates to join us and pursue a challenging career with us in the
following faculty positions:
Professor, Associate Professor, Lecturer, Postdoctoral fellowships
a. Undertake technical courses of Turbomachinery, Fluid Mechanics, Fluid
Machinery and New Energy Power Generation to graduate students;
(b) Plan and direct the construction of the university’s key laboratory.
a. Implement the energy-oriented scientific research;
b. Capable of conducting experimental and numerical studies on unsteady
of flow associated with power machinery, wind or water current turbines;
c. In charge of and participate research projects.
a. A Doctoral degree in turbomachinery, fluid machinery, fluid mechanics or
related areas is required;
b. Applicants should have research experience and interests in the fields of
c. Applicants must have a solid background of the principles of Energy and
Engineering, and Fluid Machinery and should be familiar with the state of the
art of current renewable energy technologies;
d. Applicants need to have a broad range of analytical, numerical and
experimental measuring skills. Experience in using, assessing and developing
computational methods is desirable.
e. Applicants must be fluent in written English and have the ability to publish
research papers at international level academic journals.
Discuss on an individual basis.
How to apply:
Please contact us by sending your resume, research achievements, a brief
introduction of your doctoral thesis and an electronic version of other
representative publications to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
copied to email@example.com. Informal email enquiries may be made to Dr. Sun at