As part of the federal and state program for the advancement of junior scholars, Technische Universität Berlin, Faculty II - Mathematics and Natural Sciences, currently has a vacancy at the Institute of Mathematics, for a
tenure track professorship, remuneration group W1, fixed term, to be continued as a lifetime professorship, remuneration group W3
in "Mathematics - Analysis and Applications".
This professorship should be seen in the context of Technische Universität Berlin’s goal to recruit and advance junior scholars in the early stage of their career.
The tenure track professorship is initially limited to three years. The position shall be renewed for a further three years conditional upon the postholder’s performance and agreement. After six years, as a rule, a lifelong professorship will be offered conditional upon the fulfillment of the determined evaluation criteria and hiring requirements for a lifelong professorship. Information about the evaluation criteria can be found on Technische Universität Berlin’s website, quick access 195779 (https://www.naturwissenschaften.tu-berlin.de/menue/service/berufungen/parameter/en/).
Research and teaching in one of the following areas of Analysis and Applications: applied functional analysis, applied harmonic analysis, dynamics of complex systems, inverse problems, mathematical image analysis, mathematical data analysis, mathematical continuum mechanics, multiscale analysis and homogenization, nonlinear optimization, nonlinear partial differential equations, numerical analysis, stochastic optimization, calculus of variations. The area of research expertise should allow cooperations with the current professors at the Institute of Mathematics as well as participation in current and future collaborative research activities. Active participation in the „Berlin International Graduate School in Model and Simulation based Research“ (BIMoS) and the Berlin Mathematical School (BMS) is also anticipated.
Teaching will be required in all mathematical degree programs (including undergraduate) and in the service teaching of mathematics for other programs. Teaching requirements should be met in German and English. Candidates are expected to supervise students’ theses on Bachelor and Master level as well as to participate in the academic administration of the university.
The candidate must fulfill the hiring requirements pursuant to Section 102c Berlin State Higher Education Act in combination with Section 102a Berlin State Higher Education Act. Of particular importance are a university degree in Mathematics or a related subject, a strong aptitude for research demonstrated, as a rule, by an outstanding doctorate in Mathematics as well as teaching skills demonstrated by a teaching portfolio (for further information about the portfolio, see Technische Universität Berlin’s website, quick access 144242).
Candidates must have an already internationally visible profile in the area of Analysis and its Applications and have research results that have been published in refereed journals. Experience in the application for grant proposals and in collaborative research is appreciated.
Applicants must show first teaching experience at university level. First experience in advising and supervising Bachelor and Master students is expected. Experience in academic administration is appreciated.
TU Berlin expects from its professors the ability to take responsibility for leadership and strategic development of their research group and their employees. That includes activities in promoting junior and female researchers, gender and diversity competencies in the sense of diversity sensitive working and study conditions, substantial impulses in research and teaching as well as contribution to academic administration. Interdisciplinary cooperations, initiatives in science communication as well as science and technology transfer are very welcome. As university with an international profile, we expect good knowledge of the English language. Non-German speaking applicants are explicitly welcome while expected to learn German quickly.
How to apply:
Technische Universität Berlin is determined to increase the proportion of women in research and teaching and therefore strongly encourages qualified female researchers to apply. Qualified individuals with disabilities will be favored.
Technische Universität Berlin offers its tenure track professors structured mentoring to support their professional development. The University values the diversity of its members and is committed to equality of opportunity. It is a certified family-friendly university and its Dual Career Service can assist you and your family with your move to Berlin.
Please send your application until 18th March 2021 indicating the reference number II-710/20 and including the appropriate documentation including the teaching portfolio by email in a single pdf-file to Prof. Dr. Emmrich, Dean of the Faculty II – Mathematics and Natural Sciences, at email@example.com.
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