The successful candidate is expected to represent the entire field of
Biophysics in research and teaching at the university.
Possible fields of research include proteomics, gene regulation,
enzymatic networks and bio-molecule based strategies for renewable
energy. Participation in the interdisciplinary activities of the “Center
for NanoScience” (CeNS), the cluster of excellence “Nanosystems
Initiative Munich” (NIM) as well as in local collaborative research
programs is possible. For additional information on ongoing activities
see http://www.nano-initiative-munich.de and www.cens.de.
Prerequisites for this position are a university degree, a doctoral
degree, teaching skills at university level and additional academic
The position is also particularly suitable for highly qualified junior
The initial appointment will be for six years. After a minimum of three
years it may be converted to tenure pending a positive evaluation
of the candidate’s aptitude for teaching and research as well as the
candidate’s pedagogical and personal aptitude if all legal conditions
are met. In exceptional cases involving candidates with outstanding
qualifications, a tenured position may be offered from the outset.
Candidates for this position should be aged 51 or under at the time
of appointment. Exceptions thereto may be considered in the case of
The LMU is an equal opportunity employer and aims to increase the
number of female faculty members. Therefore, applications from
female candidates are explicitly encouraged.
Disabled candidates with essentially equal qualifications will be given
The LMU supports dual career couples.
Please, submit your application comprising a curriculum vitae, academic records, a list of publications, as well as a two-page summary
of planned research activities to the Dekan der Fakultät für Physik
der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Schellingstr. 4,
80799 München, Germany, not later than June 15th 2012.
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