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Professorship (W3) of Geodetic Space Techniques
Published(389 days ago)
Deadline for applications(333 days ago)
Professorship (W3) of
Geodetic Space Techniques
INSTITUTE OF GEODESY I AT THE EARLIEST OPPORTUNITY
The Chair of Geodetic Space Techniques is affiliated with the
Institute of Geodesy.
Successful applicants represent the broad area of geodetic
space techniques in teaching and in research. Their research
portfolio covers the methodology of geodetic space techniques
like GNSS, VLBI, SLR, satellite altimetry, DORIS and InSAR.
Research excellence is demonstrated in one or more aspects of
the entire process chain from sensor technology and geodetic
data processing to applications like global reference systems,
Earth rotation and geokinematics. The successful applicant
will teach courses on geometric geodesy (Satellite Geodesy,
Reference Systems, Geodetic Space Techniques) in the German
BSc- and MSc-programs Geodäsie & Geoinformatik as well as
in the international MSc-program GEOENGINE.
The faculty is looking for an internationally renowned expert
on the aforementioned research areas. Leadership, excellent
didactical skills and dedication to university service are a
prerequisite to the position. We expect the successful applicant
to develop a vigorous research program in cooperation with
partners within faculty and with other institutions on campus.
Moreover, collaboration with academic and industrial partners
outside the University of Stuttgart is highly desirable. A
workable knowledge of the German language is expected from
non-native German speakers after an appropriate period of
The requirements for employment listed in § 47 and § 50 Baden-
Württemberg university law apply.
Written applications should be sent as one PDF file no later
than 15.01.2018, to the Dean, Prof. Dr. Volker Schwieger,
University of Stuttgart, Institute of Engineering Geodesy,
Geschwister-Scholl-Str. 24D, 70174 Stuttgart, Germany; email@example.com.