(6 years) with tenure track
|Position:||Junior professor (W1)|
|Start:||1st October 2020
The Technische Universität Ilmenau, Department of Computer Science and Automation, invites applications for a full-time
In addition to excellent research, teaching of our teaching portfolio (German and English) in the above mentioned areas as well as participation in the teaching of basics in computer engineering in the bachelor programmes in computer science and engineering is expected. Essential requirements are pedagogical aptitude and the willingness to make a significant contribution to the further development of the study programmes. The successful candidate will be expected to actively participate in academic self-administration.
This professorship is funded by the Tenure Track Programme of the German Federal Government and the Federal States (https://www.tenuretrack.de/en/the-tenure-track-programme/the-federal-government-lander-programme). The recruitment requirements and conditions of § 89 of the Thuringian Higher Education Act apply. The position is associated with a tenure track appointment to a W3 professorship. Positive evaluation will directly lead to a W3 appointment. For the evaluation process and quality assurance criteria, see the following website: https://www.tu-ilmenau.de/en/research/young-academics/tenure-track-programme/.
It therefore welcomes qualified female scientists to apply. Childcare facilities and relocation support are provided. Technische Universität Ilmenau is a member of the Dual Career Network Thuringia and provides information about employers in the Ilmenau-Erfurt-Jena region to support career wishes of the applicant’s spouse.
Applications including curriculum vitae, academic certificates, publication list and selected reprints, proof of teaching experience, a compilation of research projects as well as the research and teaching concept must be sent to the Dean of the Department Computer Science and Automation, Technische Universität Ilmenau, Postfach 10 05 65 in 98684 Ilmenau / Germany by January 17th, 2020.