Monday, July 23, 2018

[DMANET] Expression of Interest for a Full Professor Position in Algorithms

Gran Sasso Science Instituten Computer Science Group

Expression of Interest for a Full Professor Position in Algorithms

The Gran Sasso Science Institute (GSSI is a new,
ambitious Centre for Advanced Studies and PhD School established in
L'Aquila (Italy).

The Computer Science Group at the GSSI ( invites
expressions of interest for a permanent position in Algorithms at the
level of Full Professor.

Candidates must have an excellent publication record, a clear potential
to promote and lead research activities, and a specific interest in
teaching skilled, internationally-recruited students at the postgraduate

Applications Applicants should submit their expression of interest by

- a motivation letter,
- a curriculum vitae,
- a list of publications and
- a brief research statement.

Applications (and questions regarding the application process) must be
submitted in electronic form, preferably by Friday, 7 September 2018, to

Disclaimer Please note that this is not a job advertisement. Based on
the received expressions of interest, the Gran Sasso Science Institute
will decide whether to open an official call for a full professor
position in algorithms and which selection procedure to follow.

Additional information

- Duties: Teaching postgraduate courses, leading internal seminars
and tutoring PhD students. All activities are in English.
- Salary: The salary will be determined on a personal basis, also
taking into account past positions covered abroad. An indicative figure
of the gross amount for the starting (minimum) salary is 72,431 € per
year. Net income may vary depending on income taxes, local taxes,
retirement plan, health care deduction and tax exemptions. Professors
who have held a tenured position outside Italy for more than three years
(at the corresponding level) might be eligible for a partial recognition
of past services, depending on specific legal constraints.

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