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[Computational-biology] JOB: Fulltime research and teaching position, Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria

Ulrich Bodenhofer ulrich.bodenhofer at scch.at
Fri May 19 05:00:03 EST 2006

OPEN POSITION at Dept. of Knowledge-Based Mathematical Systems,
Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria

The Johannes Kepler University (Linz, Austria; http://www.jku.at/) 
invites applications for a fulltime, tenure-track research and teaching 
position at the Department of Knowledge-Based Mathematical Systems 
(http://www.flll.jku.at/) available July 1, 2006. Appointees will be 
expected to teach, pursue their research and perform department and 
university service.

Required qualifications: PhD (or equivalent) in Mathematics or Computer 
Science, demonstrated achievements or potential for excellence in 
research, teaching, and professional service.

It is expected that the successful appointee continues and complements 
the department research in knowledge-based mathematical systems, in 
particular fuzzy systems. Preference will be given to candidates doing 
research in copulas and their applications in risk management or 
aggregation in decision processes. Additional experience in data mining 
(with particular emphasis on problems in bioinformatics, medicine) or 
image and signal processing is welcome. Applications of female 
candidates are particularly encouraged – in case of equal qualification 
they will be given preference.

The position will be filled initially for 6 years, after this period it 
may be extended, depending on the qualifications of the appointee. For 
more details please contact Prof. Erich Peter Klement, 
mailto:ep.klement at jku.at.

Applicants must submit a Curriculum Vitae, a research and teaching 
statement not later than June 7, 2006. All applications should be sent to

Johannes Kepler University
Altenbergerstrasse 69
A-4040 Linz, Austria

Please refer to "Anzeigennummer 1368" in your reply.

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