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The University of Wuppertal is a modern, dynamic and research-oriented campus university with an interdisciplinary profile in research and teaching. Collectively, more than 25,000 researchers, academic staff and students face the challenges of society, culture, education, economics, technology, nature and the environment.
The University of Wuppertal invites applications for
(legal basis: W 1 LBesG NRW; § 36 HG NRW).
The position will be based in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science within the School of Mathematics and Natural Science. It is to be taken up by 1st of October, 2020.
This professorship is funded by the “Bund-Länder-Programm zur Förderung des wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchses”, a tenure track program by the German Federal Government in cooperation with the Federal States of Germany.
The position is embedded in a stimulating, research-oriented environment in the field of Analysis with existing foci in operator theory, evolution equations, infinite dimensional system theory, ergodic theory and complex analysis.
We are seeking to appoint an excellent scientist in an early stage of her*his career
The successful candidate will represent the field Analysis of Differential Equations in research and in teaching, and will in particular be responsible for the courses in Partial Differential Equations. We expect the candidate to participate in teaching first years’ mathematics courses (including engineering degree programmes). Engagement in academic self-administration is taken for granted. During the period of the junior professorship, we expect the candidate to acquire further outstanding academic achievements, to be successful in applying for external research funding and to excel in teaching. The University’s human resources department supports the successful candidate’s professional and personal development, including career counseling, acquisition of research funds, teaching excellence and personnel management.
The University considers gender equality as an important task, and the successful candidate will contribute to its implementation.
As a rule, junior professors are appointed as temporary civil servants for a period of three years. Their position is extended for a further three years if they have proven themselves in an interim evaluation. Consequent to a positive tenure evaluation in the sixth year, the junior professor will be tenured as an associate professor (W2, permanent position). Both evaluation procedures are based on a target agreement which is part of the appointment negotiations. The target agreement as well as a confirmation of the resources available to the professorship, are an integral part of the appointment agreement between university and candidate.
Reference number: P19016
Applications, including cover letter, curriculum vitae, copies of certificates, list of publications and list of teaching experience, should be addressed to Dr. Michael Günther and solely submitted via the online portal of the University of Wuppertal.
Kindly note, that incomplete applications will not be considered.
The University of Wuppertal is an equal opportunity employer. Applications from persons of any gender are highly welcome. In accordance with the Gender Equality Act of North Rhine-Westphalia women will be given preferential consideration unless there are compelling reasons in favour of an applicant who is not female. The same applies to applications from disabled persons, who will be given preference in the case of equal suitability.
Application Deadline: 03.04.2020Continue reading
|Title||Tenure Track Assistant Professorship (W 1 – tenure W 2) for “Analysis of Differential Equations”|
|Employer||Bergische Universität Wuppertal (BUW)|
|Job location||Bergische Universität Wuppertal, D-42097 Wuppertal|
|Published||February 12, 2020|
|Application deadline||April 3, 2020|
|Job types||Professor,   Assistant / Associate Professor,   Tenure Track  |
|Fields||Algebra,   Statistics,   Logic,   Analysis,   Applied Mathematics,   Number Theory,   Probability Theory,   Geometry and Topology,   Computational Sciences,    and 2 more. Computational Mathematics,   Stochastics  |