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Full Professorship (W3) in Information and Automation Systems for Process and Materials Technology
Published(474 days ago)
Deadline for applications(400 days ago)
RWTH AACHEN UNIVERSITYAachen
Please send a cover letter stating
research aims and a CV to:
Dekan der Faculty of
Georesources and Materials
Engineering der RWTH
Aachen, Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing.
Axel Preuße, 52056 Aachen.
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via email to
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The deadline for applications is
January 15th 2018.
This position is also available as
part-time employment per request.
RWTH Aachen University is certified
as a family-friendly university
and offers a dual career program
for partner hiring. We particularly
welcome and encourage applications
from women, disabled people
and ethnic minority groups,
recognizing they are underrepresented
across RWTH Aachen
University. The principles of fair
and open competition apply and
appointments will be made on
Full Professor (W3)
in Information and Automation Systems
for Process and Materials Technology Faculty of Georessources and Materials
We are seeking qualified applicants for teaching and research
in the area of information and automation systems for process
and materials technology. The starting date is the winter semester
2018 or earlier. The chair (PLT) develops information models
of industrial automation systems to be applied in the process
and materials industry. It represents the field of process automation
in teaching and research.
A Ph.D. degree is required; additionally, Habilitation (post-doctoral
lecturing qualification), an exemplary record of research
achievement as an assistant / an associate / a junior professor
or university researcher and/or an outstanding career outside
academia are highly desirable. Ability in and commitment to
teaching are essential. The application should include supporting
documents regarding success in teaching. German is not
necessary to begin but will be expected as a teaching language
within the first 5 years.
The chair with its current core competences in process automation
shall be established as a center for the systematic development
of digitalization concepts in process technology and materials
Special focus topics shall include:
Automation and optimization of value chains in the materials
Information models and digitalization strategies for the
Concepts and technologies of industrial IT- and automation
The chair is expected to work in close collaboration with the
chairs engaged in the materials, process and information domain
at RWTH Aachen University.
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