The University of Paderborn is a high-performance and internationally oriented university with approximately 20,000 students.
Within interdisciplinary teams, we design forward-looking research, innovative teaching and the active transfer of knowledge into society.
As an important research and cooperation partner, the university also shapes regional development strategies. We offer our more than 2,300
employees in research, teaching, technology and administration a lively working environment, a lean management structure and diverse opportunities.
Join us to invent the future!
In the Department of Mathematics at Paderborn University, which is part of the Faculty of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Mathematics,
the following position is to be filled as soon as possible:
Full Professor of Algebra/Number Theory (W 2)
We seek candidates with an excellent scientific qualification in a current area of algebra or number theory. The prospective holder of the position should be
interested in and capable of contributing to large collaborative research projects.
The holder of the position should decisively take part in the teaching duties of the subject of mathematics and should in particular take part in the mathematical
education of students of teaching of mathematics, as well as students of other disciplines.
Hiring requirements: § 36 Abs. 1 Ziff. 1 - 4 HG NW - University law of the State of NRW - (completed university degree, pedagogical aptitude,
Ph.D. degree and additional research achievements).
Since Paderborn University seeks to increase the number of female professors, applications of women are especially welcome. In case of equal qualification and
scientific achievements, they will receive preferential treatment according to the North Rhine-Westphalian Equal Opportunities Policy (LGG), unless there are
cogent reasons to give preference to another applicant. Likewise, applications of disabled people with appropriate qualification are explicitly requested.
This also applies to people with equal status according to the German social law SGB IX.
Applications with the common material, including a research and teaching plan, must be received by 22.09.2018 (Ref. No. 3460).
Please send your application (preferably in a single pdf file by e-mail to email@example.com) to:
Head of the Department of Mathematics
Prof. Dr. Helge Glöckner
Warburger Str. 100