Wednesday, July 6, 2016

[DMANET] Assistant Professorship (Tenure Track) in Algorithms at the University of Salzburg

Assistant Professorship (Assistenzprofessur, Tenure Track) at the Department
of Computer Sciences, University of Salzburg, Austria in the field of

The Rectorate of the University of Salzburg invites applications for a
full-time tenure track assistant professorship at the Department of
Computer Sciences in the field of Algorithms.
Begin: March 1st, 2017.

The successful candidate is expected to conduct independent research
at high quality level in one or more of the following areas: parallel
and distributed algorithms, algorithm engineering, algorithmic game
theory, approximation algorithms, online algorithms, streaming
algorithms; Furthermore, it is expected that the candidate will be
active in the acquisition of third-party funding as well as in
students supervision.

Within the first two years of employment, the University of Salzburg
will offer a "qualification agreement". It is expected that the
candidate completes his/her habilitation within the first four years
after the qualification agreement is signed.
In case the goals of this agreement are met, the employment (first
limited to a period of at most 6 years) will be made permanent and the
title of the employee will be changed to "Associate Professor"
(assoziierte/r ProfessorIn).

The appointee is expected to possess a PhD in Computer Science or
Discrete Mathematics
and to have an excellent publication record in at least one area of

Desired qualifications:
- Postdoc experience
- experience in teaching
- experience in acquisition of third party funding
- strengths, creativity, team-working ability

Applications are to be sent to the Rector of the University of
Salzburg, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Heinrich Schmidinger, Personalabteilung,
Kapitelgasse 4, 5020 Salzburg.

The application should include an academic CV containing all
publications, as well as names and email addresses of at least three
references. The reference number A0050/1-2016 has to be mentioned in
the cover letter.

Closing date is July 27, 2016. The official announcement (in German)
can be found in the "Mitteilungsblätter der Universität Salzburg", see
Informal inquiries may be addressed to Prof. Dr. Robert Elsässer

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