The position moreover requires that the candidate is qualified in the (further) development of one or more of the following methods of analysis and simulation of social-ecological systems:
(1) spatiotemporal modelling of human-environment interactions and ecosystem processes,
(2) model-based analysis of decision-making processes, including preparation and effects, e.g., using agent-based or agent-oriented approaches, (3) innovative techniques of remote sensing and geospatial data analysis.
Successful candidates will have demonstrated success in acquiring external research funding as well as experience in internationally networked research collaboration, including joint projects. They are also expected to possess a high degree of readiness with regard to initiating interdisciplinary research projects.
The focus of the teaching assignments will depend on the candidate’s competency profile in relation to his or her environment-related bachelor or master studies at the University of Kassel.
The professorship is tied to the scientific director of the Center for Environmental Systems Research (CESR) at the University of Kassel. Additional information on CESR and the abovementioned professorship can be found at http://www.uni-kassel.de/go/dynamik.
The employment and performance requirements apply pursuant to §§ 61, 62 of the Higher Education Act of Hessen. The candidate is expected to have completed his or her habilitation or attained the equivalent in scientific achievements.
For further information, please contact Prof. Dr. Andreas Ernst, Tel.: 0561/804-6113, -6110, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.