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Professorship (W2) Theoretical Computer Science
University of Bremen
The University of Bremen supports a broad range of academic
disciplines. The quality of its research strategy is reflected in
its status as one of eleven universities that were recognized
within the German "Excellence Initiative". Bridge professorships
will now further strengthen the high-profile research
areas of the university by expanding existing relationships
between the university and the non-university research
partners and creating additional innovative fields of research.
At Faculty 3 - Mathematics/Computer Science the following
open position is available. The vacancy will be filled
-conditional to the release of budgetary funds- as soon as
Salary Group W2
in the discipline Theoretical Computer Science Reference number: P 559/18
as a civil servant, permanent position.
The future professor will represent Theoretical Computer
Science in research and teaching and should have an
outstanding scientific qualification in a relevant area such as
Algorithms and Complexity
Finite Model Theory
Algorithmic Graph Theory
The future professor will teach introductory lectures to
undergraduate students as well as specialized courses to
graduate students; teaching in the form of student projects is
a welcome addition. Commitment and innovativeness in
teaching are expected, and so is the willingness for didactical
self-improvement and contribution to the internationalization
of the University of Bremen.
It is further expected that the future professor contributes to
science funding by acquiring third party funds. Cooperation
with research institutions associated with the University of
Bremen and contributions to the high-profile research area
Minds, Media, Machines are highly welcome. Prerequisites
for an appointment are a completed university degree in a
field relevant to the position, a very good doctoral degree as
well as further scientific achievements (equivalent to a
"habilitation" postdoctoral thesis) which may have also been
acquired outside of a university, teaching experience at a
university, and pedagogical proficiency. Experience in
considering the gender perspective in research and teaching
is desirable. Non-German speaking candidates are expected
to be able to teach in German within two to three years.
The recruitment is based on § 18 BremHG.
As a winner of the Total-E-Quality Science Award, the
University of Bremen strives to increase the number of
female professors and therefore explicitly requests applications
from female scientists. Applications from international
scientists as well as applications of scientists with a
migration background are explicitly welcome. Disabled
candidates will be given preference in case of almost
identical professional and personal qualifications.
Applications including a cover letter, CV, publication list,
copies of degree certificates, should be submitted by July
31st, 2018 to:
Fachbereich 3 - Mathematik und Informatik
or electronically in a single PDF file: P559firstname.lastname@example.org