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  • Professor of Science and Technology of Nuclear Fusion

The vacancy is open for all academic levels: from tenure track assistant professor to tenured full professor, depending only on the candidate. We are looking for candidates with a background in physics, electrical engineering, or mechanical engineering, and with a proclivity for technological aspects of fusion science.

The Fusion research group at the TU/e is an enthusiastic, relatively young, group of researchers in the field of nuclear fusion who also share a passion for working with students. Through their research and student projects, they have a strong international network. They work in close collaboration with the national center for fusion research DIFFER and a variety of research groups at the university. The group is part of the Applied Physics department. 

Given the present team composition, we especially encourage researchers with an engineering background to apply.

Professor of Science and Technology of Nuclear Fusion

Position Type
Position Type
Job position
Host institute type
Host institute type
Academic
Host institute
Host institute
Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Location
Location
Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Format
Format
Requires physical presence
Starting Date
Starting Date
31-03-2021
Candidate level
Candidate level
Doctoral or post-doctoral (completed)
Candidate level comments
At least 2 years of professional experience as a researcher in the field of fusion is required
Compensation
Compensation
Yes
Contact person
Contact person
R.J.E. Jaspers
Contact person email
Contact person email
External Link
Required competences
Required competences
* Motivated researcher, with a PhD and at least 2 years of experience as researcher in the field of fusion
* Ability to conduct high quality academic research, demonstrated by a relevant PhD thesis and publications in high impact journals.
* Ability to teach or, assist in the teaching process, shown by experience as well as positive evaluations of these teaching efforts.
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