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Professorship (W3) for High-Performance Computing
Helmut-Schmidt-Universität Hamburg- Universität der Bundeswehr
Helmut Schmidt University/University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg (HSU/UniBw H) intends to strategically promote excellent research in
specific focus areas that address critical societal challenges and ensure future growth. The Faculties of Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering
also aim to strengthen further their joint research activities on logistics and defence, energy, and materials. To fulfil this ambition, the faculties invite
outstanding applications for three new full professorship positions, in the fields of high-performance computing for advanced multiscale simulations,
computational material design, and laser technology. The positions will be filled as soon as possible.
Prerequisites for the employment are a university degree, an outstanding doctoral thesis
and an excellent publication record in peer-reviewed, renowned international journals.
Strong academic research record of international level, a clear commitment to teaching and
the demonstrated ability to lead a research group are expected. In evaluating the candidates‘
performance, the selection committee will give adequate consideration to the career stage
and the personal circumstances of the candidates. The applicants should document their
success in winning competitive research grants from national and international funding
organizations, and the evidence of their recognition in their respective, national and
international research communities. The successful candidates will be expected to establish
and be active in collaborations with the main research centers in their areas and contribute
to their future development. Experience with the leadership roles as a coordinator/
initiator of interdisciplinary cooperation with university and non-university research groups
Professorship W3 for High-Performance
(reference number: MB-155)
The applicant should have internationally recognized expertise in the field of High-
Performance Computing (HPC) in science and engineering, and is expected to strengthen
the distributed systems profile of HSU/UniBwHwith ideally both a theoretical and a practical
background in the following areas:
Development and implementation of parallel, distributed and scalable algorithms for
Programming languages, software engineering and techniques for massively parallel
Experience and knowledge in the application of HPC to fields of engineering, like
material science, fluid and structural mechanics, molecular simulations or electromagnetics,
with special focus on multiscale simulations
The successful candidate is expected to build the interface between computer science,
numerical mathematics and engineering sciences. Strong cooperation with existing
research groups of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and the other two professorships
is strongly encouraged. This activity should lead to a top-level research program and a
Center of Scientific Computing, closely connected to further activities in the metropolitan
area of Hamburg.
The new professorship will be fully involved in undergraduate and postgraduate
teaching activities. This will include the Bachelor and Master programs of the faculties, in
particular the English curricula Engineering Science: Defence Systems. Apart from the core
modules, the successful applicant will be expected to run some advanced courses on the
topics related to his/her specific fields of research.
The Faculties of Mechanical and of Electrical Engineering offer excellent equipment and
infrastructure facilities, collegiate atmosphere to stimulate collaboration and opportunities
to actively shape future research strategies as well as develop innovative teaching concepts.
The successful candidates will have full access to this excellent infrastructure and inspiring
research and learning environment. The positions are supported by a generous budget for
personnel and equipment costs.
The Helmut Schmidt University / University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg offers
bachelor and master degree courses for officer candidates and officers based on a trimester
system with a shortened standard period of study and complemented by interdisciplinary
course elements (ISA). In individual cases, scholarship holders from industry are accepted.
The holder of the position is expected to prepare students for occupations in and outside
the Federal Armed Forces that require the application of academic knowledge andmethods
and to additionally assume functions in the field of further education and ISA teaching.
The required qualifications and service law status of professors are defined in the Federal
Civil Service Act. Applicants under the age of 50 on the day of their appointment can
become civil servants. Applicants 50 years old or older at the date of employment, who do
not yet hold a civil servant status, will qualify only for an employee status.
Applicants are also expected to have competence in gender equality matters.
Applications from women are explicitly welcome. Women of equal aptitude, qualification
and professional merit who apply for positions in areas in which they are underrepresented
will be given preferential consideration unless reasons regarding a fellow applicant as a
Applications from disabled persons are explicitly welcome. Severely disabled persons and
equals who are of equal aptitude will be given preferential consideration. They will only be
required to have a minimum of physical aptitude. Individual disability-related constraints
will only rule out preferential consideration being given if certain abilities are mandatory
for the position to be filled.
Full applications (motivation letter, curriculum vitae, statement on research
interests and plans, lists of publications, funding and teaching record, and
five most important publications) should be sent exclusively in
electronic format only, quoting the reference number
by 10th November 2017 to: