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Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) of
Ecology and Evolution in Forest
The Department of Environmental Systems Science ( at
ETH Zurich invites applications for the above-mentioned position.
The assistant professor develops and leads an internationally recognized
research programme in “Ecology and Evolution in Forest Ecosystems” and
is expected to integrate into research activities in related fields at ETH
Zurich. He or she will use any relevant experimental, comparative and/or
theoretical approaches to explore ecological and/or evolutionary processes
that affect the composition, diversity, structure, dynamics and function of
forest communities. The search is not limited to plant-based research,
hence scientists working with non-plant forest components are encouraged
to apply.
The new professor will teach in the Master of Environmental Sciences
programme, offering subjects in Forest and Landscape Management that
are also relevant to Ecology and Evolution. Undergraduate level courses
are taught in German or English and graduate level courses in English.
Assistant professorships have been established to promote the careers of
younger scien¬tists. ETH Zurich implements a tenure track system
equivalent to other top international universities.
Please apply online.
Applications should include a curriculum vitae, a list of publications, a
statement of future research and teaching interests, the names and
contact details of three referees, and three of your most important
achievements*. The letter of application should be addressed to the
President of ETH Zurich, Prof. Dr. Lino Guzzella. The closing date for
applications is 31 October 2016. ETH Zurich is an equal opportunity and
family friendly employer and is further responsive to the needs of dual
career couples. We specifically encourage women to apply.
*ETH Zurich not only supports the quantitative measurement of your
achievements but also the qualitative assessment of academic
accomplishments. This is why you are kindly asked to submit a short
description of your three most important achievements (maximum a half
page each). Besides research findings, these could also be extraordinary
achievements in teaching and its further development, services in the
benefit of the academic community or society, software development,
patents, knowledge transfer and its practical application, spin-off
companies or similar.

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