Friday, July 22, 2016

[DMANET] Assistant Professor for Algorithms, Paderborn University

In the Faculty of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Mathematics
of the Paderborn University, the following position is to be filled at the
Department of Computer Science as soon as possible:

Assistant Professor Position (W1) for Algorithms and Complexity

This is a non-tenured position for three years, with the possibility of an
extension by further 3 years, after a successful evaluation.

We seek candidates with an excellent scientific qualification in the Theory
of Efficient Algorithms and/or Complexity Theory.

The prospective holder of the position should be interested in and capable
of contributing to large collaborative research projects. Some experience in
applying for research grants is expected. In addition, an interest in
interdisciplinary cooperation and in teaching graduate courses is assumed.

Hiring requirements (as regulated in § 36 Abs. 1 Ziff. 1 - 3 HG NW -
University law of the State of NRW) are a completed university degree,
pedagogical aptitude and Ph.D. degree. The Ph.D. degree should have been
granted within the last five years.

Since Paderborn University seeks to increase the number of female
professors, applications of women are especially welcome. In case of equal
qualification and scientific achievements, they will receive preferential
treatment according to the North Rhine-Westphalian Equal Opportunities
Policy (LGG), unless there are co-gent reasons to give preference to another
applicant. Likewise, applications of disabled people with appropriate
qualification are explicitly requested. This also applies to people with
equal status according to the German social law SGB IX.

For further information, please contact Prof. Dr. Friedhelm Meyer auf der
Heide (Tel. +49 5251 60 6480,

Applications with the common materials must be received by 19.08.2016 (Ref.
No. 2624). Please send your application (preferably in a single pdf file by
e-mail) to, or to:

Prof. Dr. Christian Scheideler

Institut für Informatik

Universität Paderborn

Warburger Str. 100

33098 Paderborn


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