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Martin Moennigmann <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 24 Nov 2006 10:31:53 +0100
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Junior Research Group Leader position at the RWTH Aachen University

Aachen Institute for Advanced Study in Computational Engineering Science

The AICES graduate school at the RWTH Aachen University was established
under the Excellence Initiative of the German federal and state
governments to promote novel research and training in the field of
computational engineering science. The school is a collaboration of 14
university institutes, the Research Centre Juelich, and the Max Planck
Institute for Metal Research. AICES organizes the doctoral education of
ca. 100 students, as well as ca. 10 independent junior research groups.

Two positions of Junior Research Group leaders are available starting
November 1, 2006. One additional position is expected in 2008. These
positions are limited to 5 years, and paid according to the German civil
service BAT I scale (or TVoD equivalent) including standard benefits.
Successful group leaders will be considered for a tenured W2 position at
the host university in an open search at the end of their term. Ideal
candidates have between 2 and 4 years of postdoctoral research
experience including substantial experience outside Germany, and
specialize in one of the AICES focus areas:

Application materials (personal statement, CV, list of publications, 3
references with contact information, funding history, any additional
information) should be sent to:

Junior Research Group Leader Search 2006
RWTH Aachen University
Templergraben 55
52056 Aachen
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Electronic applications are encouraged. Applications will be considered
starting November 1, 2006 until the positions are filled. For further
information, contact Prof. M. Behr, [log in to unmask], Tel. +49
241 80 28430. For updates on this search, see