Department of Physics
W3 Professorship in Theoretical Solid-State Physics (m/f/d)
Civil service for life as of the next possible date
Full-time W 3 LBesO
The Technische Universität Kaiserslautern and the Landau Campus of the University of Koblenz-Landau are merging into one new technical university. We are looking for you to help us shape our new university from 2023 at the Kaiserslautern site.
The Technische Universität Kaiserslautern (TUK) is an internationally visible research university with a profile in the natural and engineering sciences. Fundamental research at the university is conducted predominantly in six collaborative research centers and transregional research centers. The ten research departments at the university collaborate closely in their work on important areas of application-oriented research. The TUK is a campus university with short distances and a strong focus on cooperations.
TUK stands for the diversity of all employees. We welcome applications from all interested parties, regardless of their ethnic and social origin, age, religion, gender, disability and sexual orientation or identity. Persons with severe disabilities will be given preference in cases of equal suitability (please add proof). TUK aims to increase the proportion of women in areas where women are underrepresented.
We are seeking:
An internationally recognized individual who can represent Theoretical Physics at the TU Kaiserslautern in both research and teaching. The research focus should be in the area of spin - light - matter and should broaden the existing theoretical methods. The ability to cooperate with the theoretical and experimental groups at the department is expected.
The Department of Physics is centrally involved in four collaborative research centers (SFB 926, SFB/TRR88, SFB/TRR173, SFB/TRR185) and the state research center OPTIMAS. Willingness and ability to participate in coordinated research programmes at the site are also expected. The development of new concepts for coordinated research projects is desired.
The candidate must be willing to offer and hold courses in the degree programs of the Department of Physics. In addition to appropriate scientific qualifications, applicants are expected to have significant didactic skills and teaching experience.
Our requirement profile:
Further requirements are a completed university degree in the natural sciences, a doctorate, above-average publication achievements, potential to acquire third-party funding, as well as scientific activity post-doctorate, as evidenced by a habilitation or achievement equivalent to a habilitation.
The Federal State of Rhineland-Palatinate and the Technische Universität Kaiserslautern advocate a guidance and support concept that necessitates a strong presence of teachers at their respective university location. In addition to the general contractual requirements, the employment conditions of § 49 of Rhineland-Palatinate's State Law on Universities and Colleges also apply.
We look forward to receiving your meaningful application by May 31, 2022 at the latest. Please submit your application via our application portal (https://jobs.uni-kl.de).
Your contacts in the Department of Physics are Prof. Dr. Sebastian Eggert and Prof. Dr. Bärbel Rethfeld.