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Professorship (W2) Distributed Measurement Systems and Sensor
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Networks (Joint professorship, Jülich model)in personal union with the leadership of the group “Wireless Sensor
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The future holder of the professorship "Distributed Measurement Systems and Sensor Networks" should represent this field in research and teaching, especially in the context of the Cyber-Security Master's programme, and should have excellent scientific credentials in the field of Distributed Measurement Systems and Sensor Networks.
The joint professorship is based on the Jülich model and includes an obligation to hold courses at the BTU in the amount of 2 LVS. Lectures are primarily to be held in German, fluency in English is expected.
Other duties result from the requirements set by § 42 Brandenburgisches Hochschulgesetz (Higher Education Act of the State of Brandenburg - BbgHG) in conjunction with § 3 BbgHG.Requirements:
The successful candidate should have several years of successful research and development work in this field. Since the professorship is associated with the leadership of a research group at IHP, the candidate must have experience in leading multinational teams, e.g. from EU projects.
The future post holder is expected to be scientifically active in at least two of the following research areas:
1. reliability and security in wireless sensor networks and distributed sensing systems 2. energy efficiency of sensor nodes and sensor networks - software and hardware solutions 3. modularity in hardware and software: realisation for sensor nodes and sensor networks 4. design methodology and reusability of existing partial solutions (modules) 5. operating systems and middleware solutions for sensor networks and distributed measurement systems 6. sensor data processing using artificial intelligence 7. IT security aspects in the area of distributed resource-limited systems.
Suitable application areas include smart city, smart grid and environmental monitoring.
Experience in the acquisition and realization of third-party funded projects is expected. Fields of research should be relevant for the DFG (German Research Foundation) or similar international research funding organisations.
Please refer to §§ 41 paragraph 1 No 1 – 4a and 43 BbgHG for prerequisites and conditions of employment.What we offer:
For further information please contact Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Peter Langendörfer, Tel. 0335 5625-350 / email: email@example.com.
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Professorship istributed Measurement Systems and Sensor Networks
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Peter Langendörfer
Academic certificates, curriculum vitae, a list of publications, as well as proof of teaching experience should be sent by e-mail in a single pdf file with a max. 7 MB