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Professorship (W3) for "Innovation Management in Energy Systems"
Published(276 days ago)
Deadline for applications(224 days ago)
University of StuttgartStuttgart
Professor for "Innovation Management in
CENTRE FOR SOLAR ENERGY AND HYDROGEN RESEARCH BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG
(ZENTRUM FÜR SONNENENERGIE- UND WASSERSTOFF-FORSCHUNG BADENWÜRTTEMBERG,
The University of Stuttgart, together with the Centre for Solar Energy
and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemberg (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie-
und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg, ZSW) as a
part of a joint appointment procedure, is seeking to fill at the earliest
possible date the position of a professor for "Innovation Management
in Energy Systems" at the faculty of Energy, Process- and Bio-Engineering
(Fakultät für Energie-, Verfahrens- und Biotechnik) according
to the Jülich Model (W3 without management function). The professorship
should comprehensively represent the field of analysis and
design of innovation processes related to energy technologies and
systems in teaching and research. The professorship will be assigned
to the Institute of Energy Economics and Rational Energy Use (Institut
für Energiewirtschaft und Rationelle Energieanwendung, IER). At the
same time, the professorship will cover research of systems analysis
and innovation processes at ZSW.
The person to be appointed should be able to demonstrate many
years of experience in the field of energy systems analysis, particularly
excellent research into innovation processes in energy systems.
Furthermore, he or she should have been successfully active in the
following research subjects
Analyzing innovation processes of new technologies in energy
systems with regard to technical, economic, social and ecological
Designing innovation processes and measures with a view to the
goal-oriented further development of energy systems and
Integrating the different actors in innovation processes.
These subjects should be represented in research and teaching. In
particular, the candidate should contribute to strengthen Stuttgart as
a place for systems research and help shape the "STRise - Stuttgart
Research Initiative on Integrated Systems Analysis for Energy"
(www.strise.de) research network. Particular emphasis is placed on
a close interdisciplinary and cross-faculty cooperation within the
university and intensive links with research at ZSW.
With basic and advanced Bachelor and Masters courses, her or his new
subject area is a substantial contribution to the existing curriculum. To
this end, excellent teaching skills and experience is required.
ZSW (www.zsw-bw.de), with currently ca. 250 employees and ca.
45 million € annual turnover (third-party funds > 80 %), is one of the
leading institutes for applied research of photovoltaics, regenerative
fuels, battery technology and fuel cells as well as energy systems
The requirements for employment listed in § 47 and § 50 Baden-
Württemberg university law apply.
Written applications including a CV, copy of certifications, a teaching
record, main research topics and a list of publications as well as a
digital self-disclosure (http://www.f04.uni-stuttgart.de/links_downloads/Self-Disclosure.pdf) should be sent no later than the 6th of January,
2019 to the dean of the faculty Prof. Dr. techn. G. Scheffknecht, University
of Stuttgart, Faculty of Energy-, Process- and Bio-Engineering,
Pfaffenwaldring 9, 70569 Stuttgart, Germany, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Stuttgart has established a Dual Career Program to
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The University of Stuttgart is an equal opportunity employer. Applications from
women are strongly encouraged. Severely challenged persons will be given
preference in case of equal qualifications.