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Professur "Biomedical Electronics and Systems"
Vienna University of Technology
Vienna University of Technology, generally referred to as TU
Wien, is located in the heart of Europe, a place where one can experience
cultural diversity and international life. Research,
teaching and learning have been conducted here in the service of
progress for 200 years. TU Wien is amongst Europe’s most successful
universities of technology and, with over 30,000 students
and a staff of about 4,600, is Austria’s largest scientific and engineering
research and education institution.
At the Institute of Electrodynamics, Microwave and
Circuit Engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering
and Information Technology
the position for a
University Professor for the specialist field of
"Biomedical Electronics and Systems"
with contractual employment is to be filled
as of 01. 10. 2019.
This is a professorship regulated by § 98 of the 2002 Universities
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology,
one of the eight faculties at TU Wien, has an excellent
international reputation and plays an active role in national and
international research. The current research areas of the faculty
are: Photonics, Micro- and Nanoelectronics, Telecommunications,
Systems and Control Engineering as well as Energy Technology
and Energy Systems. The position as professor for Biomedical
Electronics and Systems has been allocated in TU Wien’s development
plan. The future incumbent’s field of work should be Biomedical
electronics and Systems, with a focus on one or more of
Cell electronic interfaces for implanted devices
Neuro- implants: active implantable medical devices
Characterization and utilization of electromagnetic properties
of biological materials
Design of biomedical electronic circuits, low power designs
New technologies for biomedical electronics
This chair is expected to build up an interdisciplinary research
group that will study and develop solutions for challenges of biomedical
electronics and systems with a focus on interface technologies.
This embraces signal processing of physiological signals,
sensor integration, electrostimulation, pace makers. Artificial sensing
organs (hearing, vision, tactile), neuro implants, label free diagnosis
(single molecule level), tomography methods (single cell
The duties of a university professor at TU Wien include, in
addition to research, teaching activities (in German and in
English) in the Bachelor, Master and PhD programmes as well as
collaboration in management of the institute and the faculty. A
participation in the basic Bachelor courses on Electrotechnical
Foundations is required as well as a participation in the interdisciplinary
Master programme on Biomedical Engineering.