We strive for universality, diversity and interdisciplinarity. With more than
30,000 students, three Clusters of Excellence, 5,000 members of staff, over
150 institutes and an outstanding infrastructure, Leibniz University Hannover
offers an innovative environment for top-level education and research in a
comprehensive range of subjects.
The Institute of Analysis at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics invites
applications for the following position of Salary Scale W3 NBesO starting
October 1, 2022: University Professorship (m/f/d) in Analysis
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
What we can offer you
LUH offers excellent working conditions in a vibrant scientific community
combined with an exceptional standard of living in a modern city
surrounded by nature. In addition, LUH provides numerous opportunities for
further education and training as well as many services to support families.
The Dual Career Service at LUH is aimed at the partners of newly-appointed
professors and provides support with career perspectives in Hannover and the
surrounding region. As a central point of contact for international
researchers, the Welcome Centre provides information on non-academic queries
concerning your stay in Hannover.
General duties and employment requirements are specified in the Lower Saxony
Higher Education Act (NHG). For detailed information on employment
requirements, please contact the Appointment Matters department.
Leibniz University Hannover promotes equal opportunities, diversity and a
balance between work and family life (Equal Opportunities Office). For this
reason, female researchers are particularly encouraged to apply.
Furthermore, we welcome applications from international researchers.
Preference will be given to equally-qualified applicants with disabilities
(Representative for employees with disabilities). Upon request, part-time
employment is possible.
Candidates aged 50 or over at the intended time of appointment who do not
already have civil servant status in Germany will be employed as regular
members of staff.
Please submit your application with supporting documents by February 20,
2022 via the appointment portal of Leibniz University Hannover at:
For further information, please contact Prof. Dr. Christoph Walker (Phone:
+49 (0) 0511 762-17203, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ).
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