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Junior Professorship (W1) in Theoretical Chemistry
Published(899 days ago)
Deadline for applications(862 days ago)
Kiel University intends to attract more qualified women for professorships.
The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at Kiel University,
Germany, invites applications for a
Junior Professorship (W1)
in Theoretical Chemistry
at the Institute of Physical Chemistry with an intended starting date of
October 18, 2017. The initial appointment into the civil service is for
three years, extendable to six years after positive evaluation.
Successful candidates must have a proven track record of method
development and applications in one or more current research areas
of theoretical chemistry, complementing the existing expertise at the
Institute of Physical Chemistry. Possible topics include quantumchemical
DFT- and ab-initio-methods, particularly for electronically
excited states, or advanced molecular dynamics, but also other
areas of theoretical chemistry.
The future Junior Professor will represent theoretical chemistry in
research and teaching. Interdisciplinary collaboration in present
and planned research networks is desired, including the SFB 677
„Function by Switching“, the research focus „Kiel Nano, Surface
and Interface Science (KiNSIS)“ and the cluster of excellence „The
Future Ocean“. Experience in the acquisition of third-party funding
is advantageous. Active participation in teaching is required, as part
of the range of courses offered by the institute, and according to the
current teaching regulation (4 hours per week in the first three years,
6 thereafter). The ability to teach courses in German and English is
The position is opened with respect to Art. § 64 of the Higher
Education Act of the State of Schleswig-Holstein. An excellent PhD
thesis is expected. General information on the application procedure
can be found at www.berufungen.uni-kiel.de. Further information on
the position and institute can be obtained from Prof. Dr. Bernd Hartke
Kiel University wishes to increase the number of female scientists
in faculty positions and encourage applications of qualified women.
Female applicants will be given priority if their qualifications and
achievements are equal to those of male applicants. Applications
from scientists with disabilities will be given priority in case of equal
qualifications. We explicitly encourage candidates with a migration
background to apply. Please refrain from submitting photographs.
Applications including CV, list of publications, teaching experience,
a short research perspective, and copies of academic certificates
together with private and academic mailing and e-mail addresses
and phone number should be submitted by April 13, 2017 to The
Dean, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Kiel University,
D-24098 Kiel, Germany.