Junior Professorship (W1) in Numerical Analysis at University of Jena
The Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science at Friedrich Schiller University invites applications for position of a
Junior Professorship (W1) in Numerical Analysis, which is available from 1st October 2021.
Candidates (m/f/o) should be internationally recognised for outstanding research in the field on numerical analysis. Possible topics, among others, are computational partial differential equations, numerical multiscale methods, and scientific computing.
Teaching duties include basic and advanced lecture courses in numerical analysis and, if necessary, analysis for the undergraduate, graduate and teacher training mathematics programmes, together with service teaching for computer science and for other faculties.
Preconditions for a successful application are a university degree, pedagogical aptitude, and high-standard academic research skills. In the case of previous employment as a research fellow before or after the PhD, the total amount of the period of employment together with the time for PhD studies is expected to be six years or less. The successful candidate will be appointed for four years with an extension option for two more years after a positive interim evaluation.
The Friedrich Schiller University Jena encourages the hiring of female professors. Applications from women are particularly welcome. Handicapped applicants of equal qualifications will be given preference.
Your application should include a CV, photocopies of degree certificates, list of courses taught, teaching evaluation, list of publications, record of third-party funding and a research plan. The closing date for applications is 04th March 2021. Please submit your applications as a single PDF document to:
Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science
Prof. Dr. Joachim Giesen (Dean)
07743 Jena, Germany
Details can be found at https://www4.uni-jena.de/Universit%C3%A4t/Stellenmarkt/Professuren/W1_Juniorprofessur+f%C3%BCr+Numerische+Mathematik.html