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Professorship (W3) of Nanoelectronic and Printable Electronic Components, Circuitry Simulation and Semiconductor Physics
Published(353 days ago)
Deadline for applications(330 days ago)
The Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (E+I) at Offenburg
University is seeking to fill the following post as soon as possible:
Professor (W 3)
of Nanoelectronic and Printable Electronic Components,
Circuitry Simulation and Semiconductor Physics
The future incumbent will be expected to represent the areas of teaching and research
to the broadest possible extent. Your credentials will include a strong academic focus
on nanoelectronic and printed electronic components, complemented by demonstrable
experience in working for acknowledged research institutes.
The Professorship will encompass the fields of teaching, applied research and advanced
training. At the same time, the role will involve supervising associated laboratories and
contributing to basic studies. The successful candidate will be expected to teach in related
disciplines, particularly with regard to the compact modelling of planar and FinFet CMOS
technologies, component and circuitry simulation, electronic design systems, VLSI chip
design, process design kits, the production and electrical characterisation of components,
printed electronic components and circuits and integrated hybrid systems comprising
silicon and printed components; he/she will also
administrative tasks within the University and
be capable of and prepared to teach in English.
can be provided by the responsible dean Professor
Dr. Uwe Nuß (tel. +49 (0)781 205 309).
To view the full advertisement for this role, including
requirements, address details and information on
data protection, please visit: www.hs-offenburg.de/StellenausschreibungenClosing date for applications: 22 November 2018