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Junior Professorship (W1) in Accelerator Physics
with immediate effect. The successful candidate will be responsible for conducting research and teaching in the field of physics, particularly the physics of particle accelerators and synchrotron light sources.
Applicants are expected to have completed a doctoral degree in physics (or a closely related field) with very good marks. They have successfully conducted independent research in the field of accelerator physics and are prepared to participate in the operation and further development of DELTA. They are also willing to shape and actively participate in future research collaborations. Experimental work experience with synchrotron light sources and freeelectron lasers as well as the operation of lasers at accelerator facilities is appreciated.
A commensurate level of participation in teaching within the physics and medical physics programs as well as supervision of doctoral research is required, as is the assumption of certain academic administrative tasks. Applicants should also have the capacity for social competence and leadership.
Preconditions for employment are specified in § 36 HG of the State of NRW. The initial appointment will be for a period of three years with an evaluation in the third year. Following a positive evaluation, the appointment will be extended for a further three years.
TU Dortmund University strives to increase the number of women in academic research and therefore encourages women to apply.
Disabled candidates with equal qualifications will be given preference.
Applications, including the usual documents in English language, should be sent by January 15th, 2017 to the Dean of the Department of Physics:
Prof. Dr. Frithjof Anders
TU Dortmund University
D-44221 Dortmund – Germany