Location: Jena, Germany
Faculty Position in General Relativity at FSU Jena, Germany
The Friedrich Schiller University Jena would like to fill by fall 2017 the position of
Professor (W2) in Theoretical Physics in the area of Gravitational Theory
Focus area of the position is the theory of general relativity, especially its modern applications in gravitational wave astronomy. The University of Jena searches for an excellent young scientist with outstanding scientific record in the named research field. The candidate should be able to make substantial contributions to research and education in the area of Gravitational Theory as well as academic administration at the Theoretical Physics Institute of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena.
Candidates are expected to have a doctoral degree, possess pedagogic skills and be able to perform excellent scientific work, which is demonstrated by a habilitation or equivalent work in gravitational physics. Experience in raising research funds and the coordination of research projects are highly appreciated. In case this is the first professorial position of the candidate, the appointment is initially limited in time, although exceptions are possible.
The university wants to promote women in science and education and is particularly looking forward to receive applications from qualified female researchers. Applications of handicapped people will be given preference in the selection among equivalently qualified competitors.
Applications should include a curriculum vitae with details on the scientific career, a list of publications, presentations, teaching and successful grant applications, as well as a description of scientific interests and research plans for the future. Applications should be received by March 27, 2017, and be addressed to Dean, Faculty of Physics and Astronomy, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Max-Wien-Platz 1, 07743 Jena, Germany.
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