University Professor in the Field of “Advanced Material Interfaces and Heterostructures”

University Professor in the Field of “Advanced Material Interfaces and Heterostructures”

TU Wien - Technische Universität Wien

Vienna, Austria

At the Institute of Applied Physics of the Faculty of Physics at TU Wien, the position of a University Professor (m_f) in the field of “Advanced Material Interfaces and Heterostructures” with permanent full-time contractual employment is to be filled as of October 2023.

This is a professorship regulated by § 98 of the 2002 Universities Act (UG).

The position has been allocated in TU Wien’s development plan to the following TU Wien Focal Area of Research: Materials and Matter.

We are looking for an internationally leading experimentalist working on the realization, manipulation and characterization of advanced materials heterostructures and interfaces. Possible topics of research may include, but are not limited to thin film growth of complex materials, 2D materials, van-der-Waals and in-plane heterostructures, twisted systems, topological materials, and novel properties emergent at the solid-solid interface. In particular, we are interested in searching for someone preparing atomically-precise novel materials using growth methods (e.g., MBE-, PLD-, CVD-, PVD-based synthesis), or someone who is interested in understanding the physics of such systems using photon-, electron-, or ion-based characterization or modification techniques.

Your profile:

  • Completed doctoral or PhD studies in the field under consideration from a domestic or foreign university or research institution (or equivalent scientific qualification);
  • Outstanding publication record in internationally recognised academic journals in the fields of work of the professorship;
  • The qualification for teaching (venia docendi) acquired at a domestic or foreign university or an academic qualification recognisable as being equivalent to the venia docendi;
  • Pedagogic and didactic qualification for academic teaching of Physics, in English and in German;
  • Experience in the supervision of scientific work of students and PostDocs;
  • In case the candidate does not yet possess sufficient knowledge of German, we expect a commitment to acquire German skills at a level suitable for teaching, for participation in the management of the institute and faculty as well as in governing bodies of the university;
  • International research experience relevant to the field of specialization, international visibility, as well as skills in networking;
  • Experience in the acquisition, completion and management of research projects;
  • Ability and willingness to manage a research division or a research group;
  • The candidate should ideally have competence and experience in the professional promotion of young scholars as well as in the field of gender mainstreaming;
  • On-site presence is expected.

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