[Equal] Ausschreibung: Professor of Nanoscale Manufacturing ETHZ

EqualOpportunity (SL) equal at sl.ethz.ch
Wed Jul 23 11:06:31 MEST 2008

Professor of Nanoscale Manufacturing


The Mechanical and Process Engineering Department at ETH Zurich
(www.mavt.ethz.ch) invites applications for a Professorship in Nanoscale
Manufacturing from outstanding candidates in the fields of
nanoengineering and nanoscience with emphasis on the process development
and scale-up for manufacturing of nanoscaled functional materials,
products, or devices. The future professor should have a strong
motivation and undisputable commitment to undergraduate and graduate
student education. He or she is expected to establish an ambitious
world-class program in a research-intensive cross-disciplinary
environment at the Institute of Process Engineering and in the
Micro-Nano Science Platform at ETH Zurich where state-of-the-art
characterization, analysis, and synthesis research facilities including
cleanroom laboratories for nanoscale structures and devices are
available. Excellent research and teaching laboratory facilities are
being established across ETH Zurich (including a new initiative with IBM
Zurich Research Laboratories). 


The successful candidate will be expected to teach undergraduate level
courses (in German or English) and graduate level courses (in English).
The Department is directing research and gives courses in Manufacturing,
Robotics, Biomechanics, Process Engineering, Fluid, Energy and
Micro-Nano areas.


Please submit your application together with a curriculum vitae and a
list of refereed publications to the President of ETH Zurich, Prof. Dr.
Ralph Eichler, Raemistrasse 101, 8092 Zurich, Switzerland, no later than
November 15, 2008. With a view towards increasing the proportion of
female professors, ETH Zurich specifically encourages female candidates
to apply.



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