Tuesday, February 28, 2017

[DMANET] Assistant professorship (TENURED) Large Networks and Random Graphs Ilmenau

The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences of the Technische Universität Ilmenau offers an

Assistant Professorship (TENURED, ``Juniorprofessur'') on Large Networks and Random Graphs

initially funded by the Carl Zeiss Foundation.

The professorship is settled in the area of Discrete Mathematics with ties to Stochastics. The main research area of the successful applicant should be Random Graphs, Large Networks, or Graph Limits. The professorship contributes to the general teaching obligations of the Institute of Mathematics, in particular by courses on Discrete Mathematics and Stochastics on both bachelor and master level. Collaboration with colleagues from mathematics, computer science and engineering sciences is expected.

Further questions are supposed to be directed to the chair of the hiring comittee, Prof. Dr. Carsten Trunk (carsten.trunk@tu-ilmenau.de). Applications including CV, certificates, publication list, copies of the five most relevant publications, research plan, teaching record, and a summary of fund raising activities should be send to the

Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Technische Universität Ilmenau
Postfach 10 05 65
98684 Ilmenau

Deadline is

19th of May 2017.

A detailed authoritative announcement in german can be found here:


Employment as assistant professor is initially temporary for three years with an extension after a successful first evaluation (see paragraph 82 ThürHG). A successful second evaluation will lead to a promotion to a full university professorship. - The Technische Universität Ilmenau seeks an increase in the proportion of women in teaching and research, and thus encourages qualified female scientists to apply. In case of equal qualification, disabled applicants will be hired with priority.

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