[Equal] Ausschreibung: Professur in Biomicro- / Bionanotechnologie
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Wed Jun 18 15:16:44 MEST 2008
Professor in Biomicro- or Bionanotechnology
Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) in Biomicro- or Bionanotechnology
ETH Zurich invites applications for two positions in Biomicro- or
Bionanotechnology at the Department of Biosystems Science and
Engineering in Basel (www.dbsse.ethz.ch). The future professor is
expected to develop a strong and visible research program in the area of
Microtechnology or Nanotechnology that is relevant to Systems Biology.
Research topics include, but are not limited to techniques for
single-cell handling (growth and storage), characterization, and
targeted manipulations, fluidic techniques for massively parallel cell
assays or tissue engineering, dosage and synthesis of bio-relevant
compounds, functional (nano) biomaterials, or nanotechnological
approaches to subcellular-resolution analysis and manipulation.
Candidates should have an excellent track record in Biomicrotechnology,
Bionanotechnology, Biophysics, Bioengineering, or related disciplines.
The ideal applicant should have been successful in obtaining support for
independent research projects and a strong publication record reflecting
innovative, interdisciplinary, and collaborative approaches to important
problems in biology or medicine. In addition, the ability to lead a
research group and a commitment to teaching are expected. He or she will
be expected to teach undergraduate level courses (German or English) and
graduate level courses (English).
The positions can be filled either at full professor, associate or
assistant professor level, depending on the age, scientific experience,
and record of the applicant. Assistant professorships have been
established to promote the careers of younger scientists. Their initial
appointment is for four years with the possibility of renewal for an
additional two-year period and promotion to a permanent position.
Please submit your application together with curriculum vitae, a list of
publications, and a statement on future teaching and research activities
to the President of ETH Zurich, Prof. Dr. Ralph Eichler, Raemistrasse
101, 8092 Zurich, Switzerland, no later than October 31, 2008. With a
view toward increasing the number of female professors, ETH Zurich
specifically encourages female candidates to apply.
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