Full Professorship (W3) Biomedical Engineering

Full Professorship (W3) Biomedical Engineering

Technical University of Darmstadt

Darmstadt, Germany

The professorship is to actively pursue the establishment of an interdisciplinary, university-wide and internationally visible research location. Further it is to participate substantially in the implementation of the bachelor’s programme and the reconceptualization of the master’s programme which consecutively supplements the bachelor’s programme that began with the winter semester of 2018/19.

The research and teaching focus of the new professorship will be the development of innovative medical device concepts and instruments. By these the existing core competencies of the department shall be complemented and an excellent base for interdisciplinary cooperation within the Rhein-Main-Verbund, especially the medical departments of the Frankfurt and Mainz universities, will be set up.

We are looking for an experienced researcher with excellent scientific credentials in one or more of the following research areas:

  • Biomechanics and robotics, e.g. for minimally invasive surgery, dental technology, prosthetics, movement therapy or rehabilitation process;
  • Sensor and actuator systems, e.g. for microfluidics, MEMS, intracorporeal sensor technology, wearables or active implants;
  • Biosensors, biomedical and electromagnetic sensors, e.g. for in-vitro- bzw. point-of-care-diagnostic, or for theranostics;
  • Neuroelectronics and brain computer interface, e.g. for neuroimplants;
  • Signal processing and molecular data analysis, e.g. for health-monitoring or diagnostic;
  • Radiotherapy, diagnostic and interventional radiology, e.g. hadron therapy or stereotactic body;
  • Medical imaging, e.g. ultrasonic, tomography or 3D- and 4D-method;
  • Modeling and computer simulation with reference to previous topics.

The ability to cooperate with specialist representatives of the medical field and related disciplines is expected and has to be accounted for in the research programme enclosed in the application. Applicants should also outline the relevance of their research topics for the establishment of a focal point Biomedical Engineering at the Department of Electrical Engineering and In-formation Technology and the framework of Rhein-Main-Universitäten as well as map out intended teaching and research activities.

We are looking for an established researcher with national and international visibility, verified by relevant publications. An excellent doctorate degree, pedagogical and didactic skills as well as appropriate professional experiences (habilitation or habilitation-equivalent achievements) are required.

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