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Professorship (W2) in Scientific Computing/Numerical Analysis
University of Bonn
The Institute for Numerical Simulation of the Faculty of Mathematics and
Natural Sciences at the University of Bonn, Germany invites applications
W2-Professorship (tenured) in Scientific
Successful candidates are expected to be internationally visible in an area of
numerical simulation complementing and strengthening the areas represented
by the existing research groups. The main research focus of applicants should
be numerics of partial differential equations.
The successful candidate will be offered a membership at the Hausdorff Center
for Mathematics. She/He is expected to actively participate in the acquisition of
further third-party research funding. The professorship comes with the standard
The general conditions of employment are according to § 36 of the Higher
Education Act of North Rhine-Westphalia (Hochschulgesetz des Landes
The University of Bonn is committed to diversity and equal opportunity. It is
certified as a family-friendly University and has a dual career service. It aims
to increase the proportion of women in areas where women are under-represented
and to promote their careers in particular. It therefore urges women
with relevant qualifications to apply. Applications will be handled in accordance
with the Landesgleichstellungsgesetz (State Equality Act). Applications from
suitable individuals with a certified serious disability and those of equal status
are particularly welcome.
Applications including CV, copies of diploma, list of publications, research and
teaching statement should be submitted no later than May 15th, 2019.
The committee may also accept, at its discretion, applications beyond this date.
Applications should be sent preferably via email to the Chairman of the
Department of Mathematics:
Prof. Dr. Martin Rumpf
Endenicher Allee 60