[Neutron] JunProf at TU Dresden

Michael Loewenhaupt loewenhaupt at physik.tu-dresden.de
Mon Oct 17 12:52:38 CEST 2011

The Faculty of Sciences, Department of Physics, offers for initially 4 
years starting as soon as possible a

*Junior Professorship (W1)
in Neutron Spectroscopy of Condensed Matter with Tenure Track
on a civil servant position limited in time.

The successful candidate is expected to represent the discipline of 
experimental solid states physics
in research and teaching. Mandatory teaching assignment amounts to 4 
semester hours per week.

The field of expertise of the junior professorship shall include neutron 
spectroscopy of condensed matter.
The successful candidate may be granted a high priority access to the 
PANDA neutron spectrometer
at the research reactor FRM II in Garching/Munich.

In particular, an active participation in the DFG - Graduate School GRK 1621
  "Itinerant Magnetism and Superconductivity in intermetallic Systems" 
as well
as in further planned coordinated research activities in the research 
area of correlated electron systems
at the TU Dresden is expected. In this research field the Dresden campus 
of the TU Dresden
together with the independent research institutes
(the Max Planck Institutes for Chemical Physics of Solids and for the 
Physics of Complex Systems,
the Leibniz Institute of Solid State and Materials Research Dresden
as well as the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf)
is a worldwide leading research location.

Applications of exceptional scientists, who have a documented research 
experience in
neutron spectroscopy, are encouraged.
The applicants must fulfil the employment qualification requirements of the
Higher Education Act of Saxony (namely of § 63 SächsHSG).
With the positive evaluation an extension of employment for the total of 
6 years is intended.
Within an option for tenure track full employment as a W2-Chair is possible
without further advertisement according to § 59 par. 2 SächsHSG.
The decision upon this option is taken five years after the start of the 
junior professorship.
Applicants from women are particularly welcome.
The same applies to disabled people.

Applications, together with supporting documents
(curriculum vitae, evidence of academic and professional background,
list of academic publications, list of academic teaching experience in 
two copies,
evidence for the highest academic degree in one certified copy) are to 
be submitted
*not later than 23.11.2011* (stamped arrival date of the university 
central mail service applies) to:

TU Dresden, Dekan der Fakultät Mathematik und Naturwissenschaften,
Herrn Prof. Dr. Bernhard Ganter, 01062 Dresden, Germany.


Prof. Dr. Michael Loewenhaupt   #
TU Dresden                      #
Institut fuer Festkoerperphysik #
D-01062 Dresden, Germany        #
Tel.: +49-351-463-36055         #
                  -34671 (Secr.) #
Fax : +49-351-463-37734         #

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