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Associate/Assistant professor in Physiological Acoustics and Audiology, CAHR, Denmark

Associate/Assistant professor in Physiological Acoustics and Audiology
Department of Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark

Deadline for application: 15 March 2011. See the full announcement
at www.dtu.dk/vacancy.

Research and education of the position are integrated in the
activities of the internationally recognized Centre for Applied
Hearing Research, CAHR, http://www.dtu.dk/centre/cahr/English.aspx

The vacant position is to be filled as soon as possible.

Candidates must be able to demonstrate a solid scientific knowledge
and research experience in at least one, and some experience in
another of the following areas:

 * Objective measures of auditory function (e.g., otoacoustic emissions,
   auditory evoked potentials, functional imaging)
 * Development of computational/analytical models of human
   auditory signal processing
 * Neural bases of cognition and auditory perception in humans
 * Advanced analysis techniques and digital signal processing
   for biological systems
 * Novel concepts of hearing evaluation, audiological diagnostics
   and hearing-instrument compensation strategies

We expect you to participate in both fundamental and advanced-level
education of students in cooperation with the other scientific staff,
and you must contribute actively to the theoretical and experimental
research within the Department.

Candidates for an Assistant Professorship must hold a PhD degree
(or equivalent)
Candidates for an Associate Professorship must hold a PhD degree
(or equivalent) as well as academic qualifications equivalent to
those obtained by holding an Assistant Professorship and should
document didactic/pedagogic training.

In the assessment of the candidates consideration will be given to
 * experience in teaching and education
 * scientific production and research potential at an international
 * the ability to promote and utilize research results
 * an all-round experience basis, preferably including
   international experience
 * the ability to contribute to development of the department's
   internal and external cooperation

Further information may be obtained from Torsten Dau, head of the
Centre for Applied Hearing Research, phone +45 4525 3936 or

Applicants are requested to indicate whether they apply for the
position as Associate or Assistant Professor.

We must have your online application no later than 15 March 2011.
See the full announcement and apply online at www.dtu.dk/vacancy 

Torben Poulsen
Department of Electrical Engineering, Hearing Systems and Communication
Technical University of Denmark
Building 352, DTU, DK-2800 Lyngby, Denmark
Phone: +45 4525 3940 (office), +45 4525 3930 (dep)
Mobile: +45 2326 0420, Fax: +45 4588 0577
www.elektro.dtu.dk ; http://server.elektro.dtu.dk/personal/tp/
e-mail: tp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
ISAAR: www.isaar.eu
Symposium sponsored by GN ReSound through the Danavox Jubilee Foundation