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Full Professor in Transportation Planning and Mobility Management (f/m/d)
Published(275 days ago)
Deadline for applications(245 days ago)
Technische Universität WienWien (Österreich)
Open position for a Full Professor
in „Transportation Planning and Mobility Management“
Announcement of an open position at the
Institute of Transportation at the Faculty
of Civil Engineering at Technische Universität
Wien with a permanent (full-time,
tenure) contract from 01-03-2020. It is a
professorship according to § 98 UG 2002.
Technische Universität Wien - TU Vienna for short - is located in the heart of Europe, in a place of cultural diversity and living internationality. For almost 200 years,
research, teaching and learning have been carried out here in the service of progress. TU Wien is one of the most successful technical universities in Europe and,
with over 30,000 students and around 4,600 employees, is Austria's largest scientific-technical research and educational institution.
Future technical and socio-economic developments are changing the needs and requirements for spatial mobility, which are realized in the transport infrastructure built for this
purpose. Transport planning an transportation engineering are always at the crossroads between living space, people, transport routes and ecosystems. In the mobility sector,
highly dynamic developments, fundamental changes and upheavals are expected in the coming decades as a result of digitalization and the renunciation of fossil drive systems.
The professorship is intended to further position and develop the research area „Transportation Planning and Mobility Management“ in research and teaching in an international
context. As an important planning tool, one focus of the professorship will be the analysis and modelling of complex interactions in the overall system. A strong focus is on the effects
of digitization and automation in the transportation and mobility system in the sense of a technology assessment. Particular research topics of interest include transportation
flow simulation, transportation demand models, Integrated space use and transportation models and similar topics. In teaching, the professorship represents the fields of transportation
planning, traffic engineering, and modelling as well as mobility management in the Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral programs in Civil and Environmental Engineering.
In addition to relevant teaching experience, the position holder is expected to be highly committed to research-oriented academic teaching. The willingness and ability to acquire
third-party funding and to cooperate within the framework of the interfaculty Centre for Mobility and Digitization as well as with other research groups at TU Wien is a prerequisite.
Completed Austrian or equivalent foreign postgraduate university education including
PhD or doctoral degree in a relevant field of the announcement
Venia docendi (university teaching qualification) at an Austrian university or foreign
equivalent, or equivalent other teaching qualification
Outstanding scientific qualification for research and research-oriented teaching
Pedagogical and didactic aptitude for academic teaching in the research area
Relevant research experience with national and international reputation, experience
in the acquisition, execution and management of research projects as well as the
ability to build Networks
Strong administrative, organizational and social skills, leadership qualifications
Research and teaching concept
ability and willingness to work in an interdisciplinary environment
German language skills or willingness to acquire German language skills in an
adequate amount of time and teach in German
ability and willingness to lead a research unit
competence or experience in gender mainstreaming
ability and willingness to contribute to the university's self-administration
locate future career at Technische Universität Wien
TU Wien offers
Excellent working conditions in an attractive research environment
An attractive salary combined with a supplementary company pension
Financial support for research activities in the first few years (equipment, etc.)
Support for relocation to Vienna (if necessary)
Dual Career Advice (if required): we offer partners of university professors
appointed to TU Wien a variety of support services that are individually tailored to
the respective situation.
A cooperative environment in a city with an exceptionally high quality of life
In accordance with the Collective Bargaining Agreement for University Staff the
minimum monthly gross salary for this position is EUR 71 822,80 per year. The
actual salary depends on qualification and experience and is subject to negations
between the successful candidate and TU Wien.
Applications by 21st June 2019 in English must include:
A detailed curriculum vitae (professional and scientific career)
A list of publications
A list of teaching and lectures
Copies of 5 of the most important publications of relevance for the advertised
Description of scientific activity and completed research and development projects,
as well as acquired third-party funds
Concepts for research and research-oriented teaching at the Faculty (5-7 pages
including a short summary)
Enclosed with the written application should be a USB flash drive or a CD-ROM
containing the complete application documents.
We look forward to your complete application documents by 21st June 2019 (date of email or date of postmark) addressed to Faculty of Civil Engineering, Technische Universität Wien
Karlsplatz 13, 1040 Wien, Austria, email: email@example.com
The dean: Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.Ronald Blab
TU Wien aims at increasing the share of women, in particular in management functions
and in the academic / artistic staff and therefore expressly encourages qualified
women to apply. Female applicants who are equally qualified as the best qualified
competing male applicant will be accepted by preference unless personal qualifications
of a competing male applicant prevail.
We endeavor to hire handicapped people with corresponding qualifications and
therefore expressly encourage them to apply. For more information please contact
the confidential counsellor for handicapped persons at TU Wien, (contact: Gerhard
As a progressive university that is considerate of individual development and realization
of potential, TU Wien stands up for equal opportunities, for compatibility of career
and family / leisure and for the needs of dual career couples. Child care breaks will
be handled in the same manner as in the ERC regulations for principal investigators
applying to the starting grant; see: http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/data/ref/h2020/wp/2018_2020/erc/h2020-wp18-erc_en.pdf
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