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Assistant Professor (tenure track) - Metamorphic processes

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University of Lausanne

The Faculty of Geosciences and the Environment (FGSE) of the University of Lausanne invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Metamorphic processes, to be based at the Institute of Earth Sciences (ISTE).

We seek candidates who conduct innovative, interdisciplinary, and quantitative investigations of metamorphic processes by combining field observations with geological and/or geochemical data.

Research topics of interest include, but are not limited to, fluid-rock interaction, rates of metamorphic processes, coupling of reactions with rock deformation, ab initio calculations, mass- and heat transport, linking metamorphic processes to orogenic systems.

This position offers numerous opportunities for internal collaborations in neighbouring fields such as geodynamics, geophysics, hydrology, (bio-) geochemistry and igneous petrology.

The position involves teaching, mainly in metamorphic petrology and field-based courses at the bachelor and master level.

Information

We will consider outstanding candidates for direct appointment at the Associate Professor level, particularly if this corresponds with our equal opportunity objectives.

Starting date: 1st of August, 2023 (or to be agreed upon)
Contract length: 2 years renewable twice (6 years). Tenure and promotion to the rank of Associate Professor expected after 5-6 years, leading to further contracts renewable every 6 years.
Activity rate: 100 % (or to be agreed upon)

Qualifications

A PhD in Earth Sciences at the date of appointment is required and postdoctoral experience is expected.

Candidates must demonstrate a capacity to undertake high quality research, to obtain research funding, and to publish in peer-reviewed international research journals.

A demonstrated potential for teaching and for supervising master and doctoral theses is required.

A good command of French and English is preferable. If French is not the native language, teaching ability in French has to be acquired within two years of the appointment.

Contact for further information

Other useful information is available on the websites of the Faculty (www.unil.ch/gse) and the Institute of Earth Sciences (www.unil.ch/iste).

For further information, contact the Chair of the selection committee: Niklas Linde, Dean of the FGSE (niklas.linde@unil.ch).

Applications

Application deadline: August 31, 2022 (23:59 Swiss time GMT+1)

The PDF application in English must be split into several files not larger than 9.9 MB and can only be submitted through this link : bit.ly/3FVfUVW or through the faculty website : (https://unil.ch/gse/home/menuinst/faculte/emplois-vacants.html)

and should include:

- a cover letter explaining the reasons for applying (max. 1 page);
- a Curriculum Vitae, including previous employment and university training, the date and title of the doctoral thesis (max. 2 pages);
list of publications;
- a research statement, describing past major achievements and the research the candidate intends to develop (max. 4 pages);
- a teaching statement, describing the candidate's teaching approach, intentions for teaching and his or her potential contribution to our teaching programs (max. 2 pages);
- EDI (equity, diversity, and inclusion) statement (max. 1 page);
- list and links to the three most significant publications and a statement on the personal contribution to each;
- the names and contact information of three to five referees.


Status: Assistant Professor
Location: University of Lausanne (Géopolis buildin, SWITZERLAND
Advert Published: 22 May 2022
Expiry date: 31 Aug 2022
Academic Jobs EU Ref. No.:
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J22571
 

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