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Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover
Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
Welfengarten 1
30167 Hannover
Germany

The Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of the Leibniz Universität Hannover invites applications for a

University Professorship in Analysis  (Salary Scale W3 NBesO)

starting October 1, 2022.  

We seek for applicants who have demonstrated their capacity for research and teaching in the area of analysis at a high international level. The successful candidate should have a research profile in a modern branch of analysis, e.g. partial differential equations, geometric, microlocal or harmonic analysis or functional analysis. Moreover, links to applied mathematics or geometry are desired. The new professorship should establish scientific cooperation within the faculty. Relevant experience in the acquisition of externally funded projects is expected.

The position includes a participation in undergraduate mathematics education, in particular, within the teacher training courses and for students of computer science, engineering and natural sciences. The successful candidate will be expected to teach selected courses in English.

For more precise information and the application procedure for this vacancy see the attached pdf file or visit the website:

https://www.uni-hannover.de/en/jobs/4887/ (EN)
https://www.uni-hannover.de/de/jobs/4887/ (DE)

Please submit your application with supporting documents by February 20, 2022 online via the appointment portal of Leibniz University Hannover at:

https://berufungen.uni-hannover.de


Application Instructions

Please submit your application with supporting documents by February 20, 2022 online via the appointment portal of Leibniz University Hannover at:

https://berufungen.uni-hannover.de


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Prof. Christoph Walker
+49 (0) 0511 762-17203