Deggendorf Institute of Technology is one of the most dynamic universities in southern Germany and is the most research-intensive university of applied sciences in the whole of Bavaria. In the first quarter of 2023 alone, 27 new projects were approved with a funding volume of over 14 million euros. Professors and scientists are supported in shaping applied research in an innovative and lively way for regional development and beyond. For example, professors receive teaching relief for research projects and to initiate research. The diversity of research activities can be divided into four main research areas: "Digital Economy and Society", "Sustainable Materials, Processes and Energy Technology", "Intelligent Mobility" and "Innovative Working World and Healthy Living". The ideal environment for research and teaching is provided by DIT's three study locations and the 15 Innovation and Technology Campuses.
The energy transition towards a more sustainable energy system is the central challenge of this century. A professorship at our vibrant and rapidly growing European Campus Rottal-Inn (ECRI) offers you the opportunity to train young engineers and promote innovative research. The teaching and research areas include the entire field of future energy systems, from computer simulation in energy and resource economics to the sustainable energy supply of buildings. In order to provide students with a modern and practice-oriented education, your tasks will include not only teaching but also the further development of our campus as well as the development of new degree programs and participation in self-administration.
We are looking for a creative and committed academic personality, ideally with a degree in the field of natural sciences or engineering, who will help our location to gain further international recognition. You have solid experience and an international reputation in the field of computer science and modeling with a special focus on energy systems. You should have an interdisciplinary background and relevant experience in e-learning projects and the acquisition of third-party funding. Due to the international orientation of our campus, the majority of courses are held in English. Therefore, very good written and spoken German and English skills are required. Several years of experience abroad and international cooperation with partners from universities, research and industry are also desired. o Completed university degree o special aptitude for scientific work, which is usually demonstrated by the quality of a doctorate o pedagogical aptitude o special achievements in the application or development of scientific knowledge and methods in at least five years of professional practice, which must have been acquired after completion of the university degree and of which at least three years must have been spent outside the university sector; proof of professional practice outside the university sector can be provided in special cases by the fact that a significant part of the professional activity was carried out over a period of at least five years in cooperation between the university and non-university professional practice.
International environment Benefits and grants You benefit from the financial advantages and allowances of the public sector, such as capital-forming benefits, special annual payments, a company pension scheme and regular collectively agreed salary increases. Health promotion We want you to stay healthy and promote your health through free university sports, company sports during working hours and subsidized, low-calorie meals in our canteen. Find out more about our THD-Vital program... Diverse support We support you in your search for an apartment, school or childcare (our own daycare center on the Deggendorf campus) and offer you the opportunity to continue your education regularly, take part in free language courses and much more! Modern workplace Flexible working hours A good work-life balance for our employees is a matter of course for us. Generous home office arrangements and flexible working hours without core working hours make it possible to reconcile work and family as well as leisure time in the best possible way