Full Professorship (W3) for Theoretical Physics of Transport and Conversion Processes in Heterogeneous Environments
The University of Bayreuth is a research-oriented university with internationally competitive, interdisciplinary focus areas in research and teaching. The University of Bayreuth is currently seeking to appoint a
Full Professor for Theoretical Physics of Transport and Conversion Processes in Heterogeneous Environments
at pay grade W 3 (minimum salary per month: 7,118 euros) to commence as soon as possible. This is a permanent civil service position.
We are looking for an internationally outstanding scholar with a background in one of the following areas with a special focus on battery research: modelling of electrochemical processes at interfaces, non-linear dynamics and self-organization in electrically charged systems or dynamics of complex networks. Mathematical and/or computational multiscale and multiphysics methods covering a wide range of length scales from the atomic to the continuum scale are preferred.
An active and responsible role within the newly established Bavarian Center for Battery Technology ( www.baybatt.uni-bayreuth.de) is expected. In addition, active participation in the Department of Physics and its collaborative research initiatives to strengthen and complement existing activities is desired.The willingness and ability to acquire external funding must be evident.
Teaching activities should cover theoretical training within the newly established master's programme Battery Technology and Battery Systems Engineering. The ability to teach in English and German is expected.
The general administrative requirements for hiring professors at universities in Bavaria apply. A complete description of the vacancy can be found at
(University / Work at the University / Job Vacancies).
Please send your cover letter and supporting documents (CV outlining education and academic career, list of publications, list of courses taught, a description of your research, as well as copies of all diplomas and certificates) as a single PDF file (up to 30 MB) to the Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics & Computer Science, Prof. Dr. Stephan Kümmel
(firstname.lastname@example.org) by 30.09.2020. Application documents cannot be returned to the applicant, and if unsuccessful, the files will be permanently disposed of in accordance with data protection law.