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Professorship (W3) of Medical Technology, with a focus on Electrostimulation and Cardiac Electrophysiology
Published(96 days ago)
Deadline for applications(69 days ago)
Offenburg University of Applied Sciences / Hochschule OffenburgOffenburg
At Offenburg University of Applied Sciences, the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and
Information Technology (E + I) wishes to appoint, for the earliest possible start date, a:
Professor (W 3)
of Medical Technology, with a focus on
Electrostimulation and Cardiac Electrophysiology
(Ref. No. 434)
Offenburg University of Applied Sciences is a member of the European University
Association (EUA), a Europe-wide network of universities with particular strengths in
research. We are offering the post-holder the opportunity to pursue and evolve his or
her own field of research, while also participating in applied research and development
The future post-holder will be required to contribute to a sufficiently broad and deep range
of teaching activities in the fields of electrostimulation and cardiac electrophysiology. He
or she should also offer a research specialism in at least one of those fields, having gained
relevant experience at recognised research institutions. The role also involves managing
the Peter Osypka Institute. Additionally, intensive cooperation is expected with partners
from the fields of both medicine and medical technology. In this context, Offenburg
University of Applied Sciences offers excellent opportunities to work with a number of
nearby clinical institutions.
The professorship requires expertise in teaching, applied research and professional
development in the relevant field as well as involvement in vocational training. The
candidate must be prepared to take on teaching responsibilities in associated specialist
areas and academic administration duties for the university. Furthermore, an ability and
willingness to provide teaching in English is expected.
For further information about this role, please
contact Prof. Dr. Stephan Trahasch, telephone
+49 (0)781 205-4630.