Your primary duty as Assistant Professor is to perform your own research, and to build a research group with international visibility. The position also includes teaching for about 20 per cent of your working hours, primarily on undergraduate and master’s levels, as well as supervising PhD and MSc students. Another important aspect involves collaboration within academia and with society at large.
The appointment as Assistant Professor is a four-year entry-level faculty position with tenure-track, whereby the employee gets the opportunity to further develop both pedagogical and scientific qualifications. An Assistant Professor is expected to improve their ability to formulate and solve scientific problems, to publish scientific articles, to attract external funding, and to develop abilities in teaching and supervision. A progress follow-up will be conducted after two years and a final tenure assessment will be conducted towards the end of the period of appointment (more information here). Read more about working at Chalmers and our benefits for employees.
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