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Assistant Professor in Business Intelligence, Tenure Track

Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

The assistant professor will initiate, perform, and supervise high-quality research in the interface area of Business Process Intelligence and Business Process Management; teach and co-develop courses in Bachelor and Master Programmes of the School of Industrial Engineering; initiate and contribute to externally funded research projects; assist in the supervision of Ph.D. students and contribute to the management of the group and the department. S/he knows how to integrate insights from theory and industrial practice, and has a strong engineering approach to problem solving. The assistant professor is a creative and pro-active team player eager to join interdisciplinairy research teams.

 

The candidate is expected to have the following qualifications:

  • A PhD degree in a relevant field such as information systems, artificial intelligence, computer science, business engineering or industrial engineering with IS specialization;
  • Published in international journals and conference proceedings of high quality;
  • Excellent communication, organization and management skills; excellent mastering of the English language
  • Strong cooperation skills and ability to work in a team;
  • Experience in teaching academic courses (preferably in information systems).

 

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Assistant professor on Industrial Ecology

Leiden University

The Faculty of Science, Institute of Environmental Sciences, Leiden University is looking for an Assistant professor on Industrial Ecology (1.0 FTE).

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Business Engineering / Process Management, Assistant Professor, Tenure Track

Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

The assistant professors will initiate and perform high-quality research in the area of Business Engineering / Business Process Management; assist with coaching PhD students in this area; collaborate with external organizations to apply their research; teach and co-develop courses in the Bachelor and Master Programmes of the School of Industrial Engineering; initiate and contribute to externally funded research projects and perform academic service tasks within the department and the research community. They are eager to integrate insights from theory and industrial practice,and have a strong engineering approach to problem solving.

 

The candidate is expected to have the following qualifications:

  • A PhD degree in a relevant field such as information systems, computer science, business engineering of industrial engineering with IS specialization;
  • Published in international journals and conference proceedings of high quality;
  • Ability to teach, shown by experiences as a teaching assistant or lecturer and positive evaluations of these teachings efforts;
  • Creative and dedicated to (multidisciplinary) collaboration;
  • Good communication skills, excellent mastering of the English language.

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Full Professor Developmental Psychology: Psychological Growth and Maladjustment (1.0 FTE)

Utrecht University

Utrecht University is looking for a Full Professor Developmental Psychology: Psychological Growth and Maladjustment (1.0 FTE). 

Deadline: September 2 2019

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Assistant professor Complex human behaviour and the built environment

Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

Position within DDSS research program
The unit USRE is in charge of the Design & Decision Support Systems (DDSS) research program and the assistant professor ‘Complex human behaviour and the built environment’ will participate in this program. Research and teaching on human behaviour in the built environment demands a multi-disciplinary approach, because it needs to combine theory from planning, geography, management, economics and environmental psychology. Additional complexity comes from the fact that both the user perspective - understanding the needs, preferences and choice behaviour of users of space – and the management perspective - understanding the management of real-estate on city, neighbourhood, portfolio and individual building levels and how decision support tools can improve the transparency of processes and quality of decisions – needs to be included. The REMD (Real Estate Management & Development) chair, embedded in the unit USRE, distinguishes itself from other real estate research groups, by focusing on users’ behaviour and development of decision support tools for real estate managers. Therefore, this Assistant Professor position is situated within the REMD chair.

 

The candidate is expected to have research experience and an interest in identifying complex human behaviours (e.g. social and business networks, preferences, experiences and emotions) in relation to the built environment with advanced research techniques (e.g. discrete choice modelling, path analysis, GIS and sensor technology), to provide new insights that can be used for (real state) planning, management, design and policy decisions. These complex models are required to describe social and spatial behaviour in the built environment, which is important to create high-quality living and work environments that meet the current changing demands of users.

 

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Six open positions at the Department of Chemistry

Utrecht University

At Utrecht University there are currently six open positions at the department of chemistry.

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