Fulbright– Graz University of Technology Visiting Professor, 2014-15
Deadline: August 1, 2013
Length of Grant: 4 months
Starting Date: October 1, 2014 or March 1, 2015
Location: Graz University of Technology, Graz
Benefits: Euro 5,000 per month, accident and health insurance, a travel grant for the grantee only (Euro 800), and monthly allowances of Euro 145 per accompanying dependent (up to three).
Language: Lecturing is in English. Some knowledge of German is advantageous but not required.
Qualifications: Open to all academics and professionals with appropriate terminal degrees, teaching experience, and expertise.
Grant Activity: A flexible combination of teaching and research activities that entails teaching a minimum of two class sessions (90 minutes each) per week in one of the programs offered at the Graz University of Technology under the auspices of its degree programs in the fields of specialization listed below. Grant related activities may also include advising or supervising advanced students as well as developing joint research projects with faculty. The format and content of individual courses and research objectives are negotiated on a consensual basis with the host institution, contingent upon its needs and the grantee’s interests and expertise.
Specialization(s): Applications will be considered in all disciplines related to the fields of specialization listed below. The TU Graz is especially, but not exclusively interested in candidates with proposals related to its central concerns in one of the five fields of expertise that are focal points of its research agenda and collaborative efforts with business and industry: advanced materials science; human and biotechnology; information, communication, and computing; mobility and production; and sustainable systems.
Comments: For additional information on the research clusters at the TU Graz, consult TU Graz Research Clusters.
Potential candidates may contact Maga. Sabine Prem, Director, International Relations and Mobility Programs with queries.
Link to Application.
Professor D. Steven Keller
Miami University, Oxford, OH
Department of Chemical and Paper Engineering