Topic ID #29132 - posted 6/11/2013 2:15 AM

Professor of ArchaeoInformatics / Computational archaeology - University of Cologne

Jennifer Palmer

Professor of ArchaeoInformatics / Computational archaeology (W2)
University of Cologne, Institute of Archaeology
June 10, 2013
Full Time - Experienced
Archaeology – General
University of Cologne, Institute of Archaeology

The Institute of Archaeology at the University of Cologne is amongst the leading research institutions in Mediterranean and Roman Archaeology in Germany. The University of Cologne is a modern university in the heart of Europe. Academic excellence, internationality and widely varied curricula create a vibrant and inspiring environment for students, scientists and scholars. The UoC has recently been ...
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The Institute of Archaeology of the University of Cologne ( invites applications for a Full Professorhip in ArchaeoInformatics / computational archaeology (pay grade W2). The starting date for this positon is October 1st, 2014.

We seek a distinguished faculty member in the position of a full professor for ArchaeoInformatics / computational archaeology and as director of the Institute’s Digital Archaeology Laboratory. Candidate's scientific focus is in one or more of the following fields: databases, geographic information systems, CAD-, 3D-Modelling. Relevant experience in usage and development of methods in information technology methods is preconditioned. The archaeological focus should be in Classical / Mediterranean archaeology. The successful candidate will have profound knowledge in research and teaching. Applicants should be internationally recognized for leadership and scholarship in their discipline.

Duties will be to head the Digital Archaeology Laboratory and to provide intellectual and administrative leadership for the Institute of Archaeology and its activities as well as interdisciplinary research and teaching in Classics. Cooperation with regional, national and international research facilities is mandatory.

The position is open to candidates with Ph.D and habilitation or equivalent achievement in Classical or Mediterranean archaeology.

The University of Cologne is an equal opportunities employer. Preference will be given to suitably qualified women or persons with disabilities, all other considerations being equal.

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