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Chair (W2) of Low-Temperature Physics of Complex Electron Systems
Technische Universität Dresden
For the Cluster of Excellence Complexity and Topology in Quantum Matter (ct.qmat), the Faculty of
Physics, Institute of Solid State and Materials Physics, seeks to fill the
(W2) of Low-Temperature Physics
of Complex Electron Systems
from June 1, 2022.
We are looking for a scientist who is able to comprehensively represent the field of „Experimental Condensed
Matter Physics“ in research and teaching. Your research should focus on the field of low-temperature physics
of novel topological and correlated materials. The chair is embedded into the Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat, in
which phenomena, materials, and applications of topological physics are studied. If you can actively contribute to
strengthening this modern research area with a long-term perspective, e.g. via the investigation of bulk materials
at low temperatures and in high magnetic fields by means of transport measurements or magnetic probes, you
fulfill a central criterion for being appointed. In addition to active research within ct.qmat, your participation in
other collaborative research activities is explicitly desired. There is the possibility for close cooperation with the
International Max Planck Research School for Chemistry and Physics of Quantum Materials (IMPRS-CPQM). You
will perform teaching duties within the Faculty of Physics with commitment. Your duties furthermore include
participation in academic self-administration.
To be eligible for the position, you need to have 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. We place
special emphasis 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 in German is not a prerequisite, but we expect you to acquire sufficient language skills within
a reasonable period of time to conduct teaching and administrative tasks in German. Applicants must fulfill 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 info see: http://tu-dresden.de/vacancy/8395.