FW: job openings (Luis Felipe de Oliveira )

Subject: FW: job openings
From:    Luis Felipe de Oliveira  <luisfol(at)BOL.COM.BR>
Date:    Fri, 21 Feb 2003 15:11:28 -0200

> Dear colleagues, > > I am happy to tell you that we have a number of positions of: > > ASSOCIATE AND ASSISTANT PROFESSORS IN ACOUSTICS > > to announce. Below, I am including the text of the advertisement. > Please, inspect the prettier version on the web at: > > http://www.auc.dk/stillinger/ > > Sincerely, > > Wolfgang Ellermeier > ___________________________________________________________ > Wolfgang Ellermeier > e-mail: we(at)acoustics.dk > http://www.soundquality.dk > http://www.acoustics.auc.dk > phone: +45 9635 8713 > FAX: +45 9815 2144 > > Forskningsprofessor Research Professor > Afdeling for Akustik Departm. of Acoustics > Aalborg Universitet Aalborg University > Fredrik Bajersvej 7 B5 Fredrik Bajersvej 7 B5 > DK-9220 Aalborg Ø DK-9220 Aalborg O > Danmark Denmark > _____________________________________________________________ > > > ASSOCIATE AND ASSISTANT PROFESSORS IN ACOUSTICS > > > Applications are invited for a number of positions at the level of > Associate Professor (position number 40850) and at the level of > Assistant Professor (position number 200218) at the Faculty of > Engineering and Science, Institute of Electronic Systems, Department of > Acoustics and Sound Quality Research Unit, available from May 1, 2003 or > > soon after. > > Research areas will be within the present activities of the Department > of Acoustics which focus on 1) human sound perception, including > perception of direction and distance, hearing thresholds, perception of > loudness and audiometric measurements 2) effects of noise on human > beings, e.g. hearing damages and annoyance, 3) recording and > reproduction techniques with special emphasis on binaural technique, 4) > sound quality, incl. principles of evaluating product sound and the > fidelity of reproduced sound, 5) computer generation of authentic sound > > corresponding to fictive acoustic surroundings, e.g. used for > interactive virtual reality systems. Psychometry, acoustical measurement > > technique, electronics and signal processing form an integral part of > the research. > > Teaching will primarily be in the study program for Master of Science in > > Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Signal Processing with > specialization in Acoustics, and Bachelor of Science in Electronic and > Electrical Engineering, but may also be in other study programmes at the > > University. Much of the teaching is done in English. > > Research activities for some positions are allocated to a research > programme on ‘Sound Quality’ jointly financed by the university, three > Danish acoustics industrial partners and government funds. The research > will be within the areas of sound quality evaluation, identification of > relevant auditory attributes, instrumental measurement of their > acoustical correlates, as well as applications to product sound, sound > design, and high quality audio systems. > > Research activities for the others are allocated to a frame programme > under STVF (The Danish Technical Research Council): ‘Research in human > sound perception – with special reference to electro acoustic > applications’. The research will be within one of the following areas: > risk of hearing damage, audiometric measurements and equipment > calibration, annoyance from noise in general and from low frequency > noise specifically, characteristics of head-related transfer functions > and their significance in localization. > > Appointment to Assistant Professor (available for a 3-year period) > presupposes scientific qualifications at ph.d. –level or similar > scientific qualifications. The research potential of each applicant will > > be emphasized in the overall assessment. > > The level of qualification for Associate Professors (some with a time > limit of 4 years) shall correspond to the level, which can be achieved > on the basis of the appointment as Assistant Professor, but may be > achievable in other ways. The appointment presupposes that the applicant > > can demonstrate original scientific production at an international level > > as well as documented teaching qualifications. > > Appointment to the position requires that both research and teaching > qualifications are at the requested level. The two qualifications will > be given equal and principal priority in the overall assessment. > > The Ministerial Circular on Job Structure valid for academic staff > working with research and teaching at universities under the Ministry of > > Research can be seen on: > > http://www.auc.dk/fak-tekn/personplan/job_eng.htm > > For further information please contact: > > For general information please see the departments home page: > > http://www.acoustics.auc.dk > > or contact: Head of Department: Sofus Birkedal Nielsen tel. > +45?9635?8706 E-mail: sbn(at)acoustics.auc.dk. > > For research in 'Sound Quality', please contact: professor Wolfgang > Ellermeier tel. +45 9635 8713 E-mail: we(at)acoustics.auc.dk. > > For 'Research in human sound perception', please contact: professor > Henrik Møller tel +45?9635?8711 E-mail: hm(at)acoustics.auc.dk > > Terms of appointment and payment are in accordance with the agreement > between the Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation of > professional Associations (AC) on Academics in the State. > > The application must include documentation for: > > - Education > - Research qualifications. List of publications with indication of which > > works the applicant consider particularly relevant must be enclosed. > - Teaching qualifications. > > Furthermore information on personal data and previous employment is also > > required. > > An Assessment Committee will assess all candidates. > > Application marked with position number(s) and research area(s), > including CV, diploma, particularly relevant publications, other > documentation as well as a complete list of the enclosed documentation, > all in triplicate must arrive at Aalborg University with the morning > post by March 14, 2003. > > Application is to be forwarded to: > > Aalborg University > Faculty of Engineering and Science > Fredrik Bajers Vej 7F > DK-9220 Aalborg East >

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