[Comp-neuro] Full professorship (W3) in Computational Neuroscience, Hamburg, Germany

Simone Cardoso de Oliveira cardoso at bcos.uni-freiburg.de
Fri Dec 11 13:32:06 CET 2009

University of Hamburg
The Medical Faculty of the University of Hamburg / University Medical 
Center Hamburg-Eppendorf offers the position of a

University Full-Professor (W3, tenure track)
for Computational Neuroscience

starting as soon as possible. The position is tenure track, with tenure 
option depending on evaluation after 6 years (according to § 16 Abs. 2 
Nr.4 Hamburgisches Hochschulgesetz).

Applications of women are specifically invited. In the case of similar 
qualification, competence, and specific achievements, women will be 
considered on preferential terms.

Job description:
The future holder of the position (male/female) must represent the field 
with regard to research and teaching. The professorship is associated 
with leadership of the group “Computational Neuroscience” at the Medical 
Faculty. Candidates are expected to closely collaborate with the local 
cluster of excellence “neurodapt!” 
(http://www.uke.de/forschungsverbuende/neurodapt/), the Neuroimaging 
Center “NeuroImage Nord”, the national Bernstein Focus: “Learning” 
(http://www.nncn.uni-freiburg.de/MitgliederNNCN/BFNL/mechanisms), and 
the Collaborative Research Centre SFB TRR 58 (“Fear, anxiety, anxiety 

Teaching duties:
4 hours according to § 10 LVVO. A reduction according to § 15 LVVO is 

Scientific achievements as established postdoctoral lecture 
qualification (habilitation), as a research scientist at a school or 
institution of higher education/university, at non-university 
institutes, industry, or comparable fields within or outside of Germany 
(according to § 15 Hamburgisches Hochschulgesetz 18.07.2001).

The successful candidate (male/female) must have an internationally 
renowned research profile, recognized publications and peer-reviewed 
funding in the field of computational neuroscience with direct links to 
cognitive neuroscience. Experience in combining computational 
neuroscience with neurophysiological methods, in particular human 
neuroimaging is advantageous. Interactions with the Neuroscience Focus 
of Hamburg University should be established.
Disabled candidates with equivalent qualifications will be given preference.

Documents in support of an application, enclosing CV, scientific career, 
structured catalogue of publications (including impact factors), 
acquired external funds and reprints of the five most important 
publications should be submitted to the:

Dean of the Faculty of Medicine
University of Hamburg
Fakultätsservice -SV-
Martinistraße 52
20246 Hamburg

until 7 January 2010, referring to ID: FK 03-101/3 7.

Dr. Simone Cardoso de Oliveira
Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience 

Head of the Bernstein Coordination Site (BCOS)
Albert Ludwigs University Freiburg
Hansastr. 9A
79104 Freiburg, Germany

phone: +49-761-203-9583
fax:   +49-761-203-9585

cardoso at bcos.uni-freiburg.de

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