Chair (W2) of Topological Photonics
In the framework of the Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat the Faculty of Physics, Institute of Applied Physics (IAP) at TU Dresden invites applications for the
Chair (W2) of Topological Photonics
to be filled at 1st July 2020.
We are looking for a scientist able to represent the field of Experimental Condensed Matter Physics in research and teaching. Your research should focus on the field of topological photonics. The professorship is embedded into the Cluster of Excellence „Complexity and Topology in Quantum Matter - ct.qmat“ in which phenomena, materials, and applications of topological physics are investigated. If you can contribute to strengthening this active research area with a long-term perspective, e.g. via design, preparation, optical characterization and modelling of photonic structures with topological effects, you will fulfil a central criterion for being appointed. In addition to active research within ct.qmat, participations in other collaborative research activities is explicitly desired. We expect you to fulfil teaching duties within the Faculty of Physics. Your duties furthermore include participation in academic selfadministration and in academic boards.
To be eligible for the position, you need a doctorate in physics or a related discipline as well as a habilitation or habilitation-equivalent achievements in research and teaching. We furthermore expect you to be familiar with acquiring third-party funding and to be experienced in project and group management. Special emphasis is placed on top-class publications, strong international contacts, as well as independently acquired and successfully conducted research projects. You should be able to give courses in both German and English. Immediate proficiency of the German language is not a prerequisite, but we expect you to acquire language skills sufficient to conduct teaching and administrative tasks in German within a reasonable period of time. Applicants must fulfil the employment qualification requirements of § 58 of the Act on the Autonomy of Institutions of Higher Education in the Free State of Saxony (SächsHSFG).
For further questions, please contact the head of the appointment committee, Prof. Dr. Karl Leo, phone +49 351 463-37533, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
TU Dresden seeks to employ more female professors. Hence, we particularly encourage women to apply. Applications from candidates with disabilities or those requiring additional support are very welcome. The University is a certified family-friendly university and offers a Dual Career Service. If you have any questions about these topics, please contact the Equal Opportunities Officer of the Faculty of Physics (Prof. Dr. Ellen Hieckmann, phone +49 351 463-36051) or the Representative of Employees with Disabilities (Mr. Roberto Lemmrich, phone +49 351 463-33175).
Please submit your application (including a comprehensive CV, a description of your research interests emphasizing achievements and future goals, a list of publications and of third-party-funded projects acquired, a compilation of courses taught incl. the results of evaluations, and a certified copy of the certificate of your highest academic degree) as a hard copy to TU Dresden, Dekan der Fakultät Physik, Herrn Prof. Dr. Michael Kobel, Helmholtzstr. 10, 01069 Dresden, Germany until 06.01.2020 (stamped arrival date of the university central mail service applies). Additionally, please send all documents merged into a single PDF file via the TU Dresden SecureMail Portal https://securemail.tu-dresden.de to email@example.com.
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The Cluster of Excellence „Complexity and Topology in Quantum Matter - ct.qmat“ is a joint project of Technische Universität Dresden and Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, funded through the Excellence Strategy of the German Government since January 2019. ct.qmat unites 200 scientists of both universities and five non-university research institutes from the areas of physics, chemistry, and materials science. ct.qmat’s basic research aims to understand, design, and control solid-state-based topological systems. www.ctqmat.de
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