The Faculty of Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering at Graz University of Technology is committed to excellence in research and teaching. The faculty’s research activities cover a broad spectrum of topics that are reflected in its main research areas, “Biomedical Engineering,” “Safety and Security,” “Intelligent Systems,” and “Visual Computing.” We are proud of our outstanding applied and fundamental research expertise and promote interdisciplinary projects. Moreover, our faculty fosters a close dialogue with industry and encourages the establishment of spin-offs.
At the Graz University of Technology / Faculty of Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering the position of
University Professor of Information Security
is to be filled at the institute of Applied Information Processing and Communications (IAIK) as a full time permanent position according to section 98 of the Austrian Universities Act (§98 UG). IAIK is an internationally visible research center at TU Graz where more than 60 researchers work on a multitude of topics in information security.
We are seeking a candidate with proven scientific expertise who will represent the field of Information Security in research and teaching. The successful candidate will complement existing strengths at the institute and be an engaged teacher in the Computer Science programs at the bachelor, master, and PhD level.
A completed university education with a doctoral degree (PhD);
A relevant habilitation qualification (venia docendi) or an equivalent qualification;
Excellent scientific achievements (proven by outstanding publications);
Excellent didactic and pedagogical skills;
Management and leadership abilities.
We also expect
International experience and integration in the international research community;
Experience with acquisition and management of research grants;
Experience in collaborating with the industry;
Excellent command of written and spoken English is required to represent the field internationally and to teach graduate courses. If the candidate does not speak German, we expect the willingness to learn German. Relocation to the greater area of Graz is also expected.
Graz University of Technology aims to increase the proportion of women, in particular in management and academic staff, and therefore qualified female applicants are explicitly encouraged to apply. Until a balanced ratio of men and women has been achieved at the university, preference will be given to women if applicants are equally qualified.
Graz University of Technology actively promotes diversity and equal opportunities. Applicants are not to be discriminated against in personnel selection procedures on the grounds of gender, ethnicity, religion or ideology, age, sexual orientation (anti-discrimination). People with disabilities who have the relevant qualifications are expressly invited to apply.
Interested applicants are requested to send a detailed application including
a C.V. (including copies of certificates and diplomas) with professional/scientific background,
a list of publications (including copies of the five most important publications),
an outline of the past and planned activities in research and teaching, and
in digital form to the Dean of the Faculty of Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering at Graz University of Technology, Roderick Bloem, per email: applications.csbmenoSpam@tugraz.at.
The hearings for the professorship will take place in the week of 11 February 2019. Candidates should be available for interviews in this period. For further questions, please contact Stefan Mangard (stefan.mangardnoSpam@tugraz.at).