Deadline: November 20, 2009
Full Professor (tenured) in Algorithms and Data Structures
Announcement of an open position at the Faculty of Informatics, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
The successful candidate is expected to lead his/her own group and to conduct research and teaching in the area of Algorithms and Data Structures. Ideally, candidates are sought, who are able to combine theoretical research with novel applications.
Applicants are expected to have an outstanding research record, experience in project acquisition and management, and experience in university teaching. Duties include teaching mandatory and elective courses of the informatics curricula (in English or German). The professor is expected to contribute to the management of the institute and the faculty. Applicants must meet the following requirements: a doctoral degree, an outstanding track record in research and teaching, didactic skills and leadership abilities.
We offer excellent working conditions in an attractive research environment in a city with an exceptional quality of living.
The Vienna University of Technology is committed to increase female employment in leading scientific positions. Female applicants are explicitly encouraged to apply. Preference will be given when equally qualified. People with special needs are equally encouraged to apply.
Applications have to include a detailed curriculum vitae, a list of publications, copies of the applicant’s five most important publications related to the position, as well as a positioning statement, describing the applicant’s vision on how to position and advance the field within the Faculty of Informatics in the areas of research and teaching.
Applications should be sent to the Dean of the Faculty of Informatics (Prof. Dr. Gerald Steinhardt), Getreidemarkt 9/E 180, A-1060 Vienna, Austria. The application package should also be sent in digital form (a single pdf on a CD-ROM).
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