Full Professorship (W3) in Applied Mathematics

The Institute for Applied Mathematics at the Faculty for Mathematics and Computer Science of Heidelberg University invites application for a

Full Professorship (W3) in Applied Mathematics.

We are looking for researcher in “Applied Analysis” with special emphasis on Partial Differential Equations. Applicants should have an eminent research record and highly qualified in teaching. Experience in concrete applications is desired. An active participation in existing graduate schools and the Center for Scientific Computing (IWR) is expected. Further, adequate participation is expected in teaching of undergraduate and graduate courses within the study programs of the Faculty. The Professorship is intended for being filled with an internationally outstanding researcher, but young academics with strong qualifications can also be considered.

Prerequisites for application are a university degree and (in accordance with Article 47, paragraph 2 of the Higher Education Law of the State of Baden-Württemberg), a Habilitation, a successfully evaluated junior professorship or equivalent qualification.

The faculty intends to increase the number of women in teaching and research; women are therefore explicitly invited to apply. Handicapped persons with the same qualifications will be given preference.

Applications (hardcopy and electronic in one PDF-Document to: dekanat@mathinf.uni-heidelberg.de) with the usual documents (curriculum vitae, description of scientific interests, list of publications (no reprints), record of teaching activities) should be submitted until 23rd November 2018 to: Dekan der Fakultät für Mathematik und Informatik, Universität Heidelberg, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, D-69120 Heidelberg, Germany.

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Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science
Im Neuenheimer Feld 205
69120 Heidelberg
Germany
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Deadline: 
Friday, November 23, 2018
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dekanat
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