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Professorship in Nanomaterials (Tenure Track)
Published(587 days ago)
Deadline for applications(534 days ago)
University of BaselBasel (Schweiz)
Professor in Nanomaterials
The Department of Chemistry of the University of Basel in Switzerland is inviting
applications for a professorship in nanomaterials. The Department shares with
the University the focal areas nano- and life sciences as well as energy research.
Interdisciplinary and interdepartmental research approaches are particularly supported
by the Swiss Nanoscience Institute.
An ideal research profile should complement both the Department’s portfolio and
the NCCR Molecular Systems Engineering initiative. He or she will be engaged
in the self-management of the Department, and will contribute to teaching at the
undergraduate and graduate levels. The position can be filled either at the assistant
(tenure-track) or the associate professor level. The University of Basel has
an established program for career progression allowing promotion to associate
and full professor upon successful evaluation.
The successful candidate will have an internationally recognized research program,
an outstanding publication record, strong communication and teaching
skills. We are particularly interested in exceptional candidates developing, characterizing,
and exploring inorganic nanomaterials.
We offer you
The Department of Chemistry offers an internationally competitive research facility
in an inspiring and supportive scientific environment. The Department is located
near the center of Basel, a town which provides a stimulating and supportive
atmosphere for inter-disciplinary research thanks to the strong presence of science
institutes as well as the chemical- and pharmaceutical industries.
Application / Contact
Applications, including CV, list of publications and a short research summary,
should be sent by e-mail as a single pdf to Prof. Dr. Martin Spiess, Dean, Faculty
of Science, University of Basel, Klingelbergstrasse 50, 4056 Basel, Switzerland
(firstname.lastname@example.org). For informal inquiries please contact Prof. Dr. Marcel
Mayor, Head of the Department of Chemistry, University of Basel
The deadline for receipt of applications is April 30, 2018. The University of Basel
is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applications from female