Offenburg University of Applied Sciences is looking to appoint to the following post in the
Department of Electrical Engineering, Medical Engineering and Computer Science (EMI)
as soon as possible:
Professor (W3) of Medical Engineering
The University is a member of the European University Association (EUA), a Europe-wide
grouping of higher education institutions with a particular strength in research. The post
holder will have the opportunity to incorporate and further develop their own research
work and to participate in applied research and development projects.
We are seeking a committed individual with sound theoretical knowledge and extensive
practical experience in medical technology. We are expecting the successful candidate to
have significant expertise in a highly promising area of medical technology such as active
implantable medical devices (Class 3 products), catheter technology, biocompatibility, the
licensing of medical products, neuro-inspired computing, artificial intelligence or another
field that will complement the portfolio of teaching and research at Offenburg University
of Applied Sciences. The post holder will be expected to represent the discipline of medical
engineering both in teaching and, in particular, in research and to be experienced in
securing external funding and leading research projects.
The successful candidate will have excellent opportunities at Offenburg University of
Applied Sciences for collaborations with medical and medical technology partners as part
of degree courses and in teaching and research. They will also be able to make use of
The Professorship encompasses all elements of the discipline in terms of teaching, applied
research and continuing education as well as involvement in basic training. A willingness
to teach courses in related subjects and take on responsibilities on the University‘s
administrative bodies is expected, as is the ability and willingness to teach in English.
We are looking for someone with a real skill for teaching, an above-average engineering
or science degree, an in-depth knowledge of their specialist area and a proven track
record in research backed up by relevant publications
or externally funded projects.
The Dean of the EMI Department, Prof. Stephan
Trahasch (Tel. +49 (0)781 205-4630), will be happy to
provide more information.
The full advertisement, including details of the
job specification, data protection and the application
process, can be found at:
www.hs-offenburg.de/StellenausschreibungenDeadline for applications: 14 September 2020