The Institute of Physics at the School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences seeks to fill the position of a
Professor of Theoretical Solid State Physics (W3)
commencing as soon as possible. The appointment is supported by the Female Professors Program of the Federal Government and the States (Professorinnen-Programm III).
Possible topics to be covered by this professorship include the quantum dynamics in nanostructured systems, light-matter interaction in solids, or the study of non-equilibrium states and transfer processes in complex materials. In addition to internationally visible publications in leading scientific journals, the candidate should have experience in the successful acquisition of research grants. She or he is expected to be willing to collaborate with experimental working groups in the area of ultrafast and nanostructure physics, and to contribute actively to the development of coordinated research projects.
The successful candidate is further able to teach effectively and enthusiastically across the entire spectrum of topics in theoretical physics. Commitment to academic self-administration is a prerequisite. Since the universities of Bremen and Oldenburg are linked by a cooperation agreement, active collaboration is expected in this area as well.
Further preconditions for employment are specified in Section 25 NHG. To increase the proportion of women in science, equally qualified female candidates will be given preference. Applicants with disabilities will be preferentially considered in case of equal qualification. The position is suitable for part-time employment.
Besides the usual documents (curriculum vitae, list of publications, proof of academic teaching qualification, teaching concept, list of acquired third-party funds), applications should also include a research concept which outlines possible contributions to solid-state-oriented research in Oldenburg, highlighting ultrashort time scales and nanostructured systems. Please submit applications no later than May 23, 2019 to the Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Director of the Institute of Physics, Prof. Dr. Michael Komorek, 26111 Oldenburg, email@example.com
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