The University of Stuttgart is one of the leading technically oriented universities in Germany in one of Europe’s most vibrant high-tech and industrial areas. The university is a reliable employer, partner for technology transfer and is committed to the interdisciplinary integration of engineering, natural sciences, humanities, and social sciences based on the fundamentals of cutting-edge research at a disciplinary level.
Associated with the professorship is the management of the Institute for Microelectronics Stuttgart (IMS CHIPS, www.ims-chips.com) as Managing Director of the Institute in the Jülich model. The Institute for Microelectronics Stuttgart is an application-oriented research institute of the Innovation Alliance Baden-Württemberg with approx. 100 employees, which receives its base financing from the Ministry of Economics of the state of Baden-Württemberg but also has a strong share of industrial funding. In addition, the professorship should represent the area of micro- and nanoelectronic systems in research and teaching. The person sought must be experienced in the field of nano- and microelectronic systems and their industrial applications, have a scientific international reputation, and be active in several of the research areas listed below:
- Integrated active and passive photonic devices
- Silicon technology and other silicon-based semiconductor technologies
- MEMS and NEMS
- Process technology
- Electronic and photonic devices and circuits
- "System-in-Package" and "System-in-Foil" technologies
- Micro-integration of quantum components
We are searching for an individual who is distinguished by high-ranking scientific publications or patents with international visibility and has leadership experience, preferably in an industrial context. Furthermore, experience in the acquisition and management of large-scale national and/or international research and development projects is expected. Moreover, relevant experience in participating in and leading interdisciplinary, international collaborations of industrial and academic institutions is desirable. In addition to excellent research results, the ongoing strategic direction of IMS CHIPS with sustainable and economically successful topics is also a central task of the advertised position. Finally, intensive cooperation with small and medium-sized enterprises in Baden-Württemberg is expected.
Successful candidates are expected to offer courses, also in English, in the above-mentioned research areas for the Master's programs of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology as well as for other programs of the university according to the reduced teaching load of a professorship in the Jülich model. Moreover, successful candidates are encouraged to participate in interdisciplinary research projects (e.g. Cluster4Future QSens, IQST, SCOPE and GRK2642) of the university. Finally, successful canidates are expected to foster joint research activities of IMS CHIPS with Faculty 5 as well as other faculties of the University of Stuttgart.
For a qualitative assessment of your academic accomplishments, we kindly ask you to submit a short description of your three most important scientific achievements, which should be no longer than one page in total. Possible successes may include, for example, those in the fields of research, teaching, science and society, knowledge and technology transfer, inventions and patents, software development or spin-offs.
The requirements for employment listed in § 47 and § 50 Baden-Württemberg university law (LHG) apply.
Applications with the usual documents (including detailed curriculum vitae, copies of certificates, list of publications, research as well as teaching concept) as a single file in pdf format, as well as the form at www.f05.uni-stuttgart.de/open-positions, are requested by September 18, 2023 to Prof. Dr. Norbert Frühauf, c/o Dean's Office Faculty 5, Pfaffenwaldring 47, 70569 Stuttgart, Germany, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. At www.f05.uni-stuttgart.de/open-positions you will find our public key for encrypting your e-mail. Please be aware of the risks to the confidentiality and integrity of your application content when sending your application via unencrypted e-mail.
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