The University of Luxembourg is a multilingual, international research University.
The Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication at the University of Luxembourg invites applications
Professorship in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics
- Ref: 50009870
- Full time
- Employee status
The new professor will be a member of the Physics and Materials Science Research Unit. He or she will reinforce and
expand the experimental activities of the research unit in any area of condensed matter physics including biophysics.
Strong interactions with existing theoretical and experimental groups in Luxembourg are desirable.
- Leading a new research group in experimental condensed matter physics
- Teaching physics in the Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes, supervision of PhD theses
- Participation in administration and management
For further information, contact the head of the research unit, Prof. Ludger Wirtz (Ludger.Wirtz@uni.lu
- PhD and a minimum of three years of post-doctoral experience
- Outstanding academic track record in research and teaching
- Didactic skills
- Leadership abilities, including service to scientific community
- Very dynamic environment within a young University in a country with a high quality of life and with excellent research funding provision.
- Attractive startup funds.
- Competitive salary.
- Family friendly environment.
The University of Luxembourg is set in a multilingual international context. It is desired that the successful candidate
will have a working knowledge in English and in at least one of the two following languages: French or German. However,
it is also possible to obtain proficiency in a second language after being hired. A basic knowledge of French should be
acquired during the first two years.
Please send your application letter and attachments (in PDF format, including a detailed curriculum vitae, list of publications,
researcher ID or equivalent identifier, short description of your 5 most important publications and a short research plan as well
as teaching profile) in English, with clear referral to the concerned position to the Dean of the Faculty, Prof. Paul Heuschling,
using the email address: Deansoffice.firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications is 31st October 2016.
All applications will be handled in strict confidence