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Junior Professorship (non-tenure track) "Digital twins as grey-box models for manufacturing technology in software-defined manufacturing"
Junior professorship (non-tenure track) "Digital twins as grey-box models for manufacturing technology in software-defined manufacturing"
AT ISW – INSTITUTE FOR CONTROL ENGINEERING OF MACHINE TOOLS AND MANUFACTURING UNITS | AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
The professorship is associated with a junior research group leadership and is intended to strengthen the focus on Software-Defined Manufacturing in the Innovation Campus Mobility of the Future
(ICM). In the ICM, the University of Stuttgart and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology combine their competences in research and innovation to conduct interdisciplinary research into new forms
of mobility, flexible production technologies and future value-added networks, thereby offering an ideal environment for the junior professorship.
The research shall address issues related to grey box models for manufacturing technology. This includes:
Methods, technology and tools for (real-time) digital twins in production
Theoretical aspects of synthesizing classical and AI-based models
Scalable software platforms for grey box models
Dedicated software technologies for automated knowledge discovery with AI methods.
We are looking for a candidate who can demonstrate competencies and initial experience in at least one of the above-mentioned focus areas, and who is able to cover aspects of digital twins in
production technology in research and teaching. International applicants are explicitly welcome.
The tasks of the junior professorship include participation in German and/or English-language teaching in the degree programs of mechanical engineering and mechatronics. Teaching for degree programs of other faculties is also desired.
An additional prerequisite is the willingness to cooperate intensively within the Innovation Campus, with other institutes of Faculties 7 and 5 as well as the SimTech Cluster of Excellence at the University of Stuttgart.
The employment requirements and conditions of § 51 LHG Baden-Württemberg apply.
Please send your application with the usual documents by 09.01.2022 to the Chairman of the Appointment Committee, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Middendorf, Vice Rector for Knowledge and Technology Transfer, via the Rector's Office of the University of Stuttgart Attn: Ms Anja Hardekopf, Azenbergstr. 16, 70174 Stuttgart, and if possible as a PDF file by email to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be aware of the risks to the confidentiality and integrity of your application content when sending your application by unencrypted email.
The University of Stuttgart would like to increase the proportion of women in the academic field, and is therefore particularly interested in applications from women. Severely disabled candidates are given priority in the case of equal suitability.