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Monday, August 04, 2014 by Chris Wellekens

6-25 (2014-04-30) Scientific Associate (Doctoral Student) at University of Hamburg, Germany

Human-Computer Interaction

Prof. Dr. Frank Steinicke

* The temporary deployment is based on § 2 Wissenschaftszeitvertragsgesetz.


Faculty: Mathematics, Computer Science and Natural Science

Department: Computer Science

Area: Human-Computer Interaction

The Human-Computer Interaction group at the University of Hamburg is seeking for talents!

We invite applications for the position of a

Scientific Associate (Doctoral Student)

to be filled for a period of three years as soon as possible.* Salary for the position is according to E13

TV-L (100% position, which corresponds to 39 hours of work per week).

The University of Hamburg seeks to increase the number of female researchers, and we particularly

invite women to apply. Women will be given preference if they are equally qualified. Part-time positions

are also possible.


The responsibilities include academic services, in particular teaching and research. According to § 28

Abs. 1 S. 3 Hamburgisches Hochschulgesetz (HmbHG), the candidate will get the opportunity for

scientific qualification, in particular to pursue a doctoral degree.

Job Description:

We are looking for highly motivated candidates, who are eager to get involved in cutting edge research

as well as creative teaching approaches in human-computer interaction. It is required that

candidates hold a (natural scientific) university degree (diploma or master), preferably in the fields

human-computer interaction or computer science (in media). Applicants should have solid background

in programming and interest in interdisciplinary teamwork.

Skills and knowledge are preferred in the fields of in-/output devices (e.g., stereoscopic 3D-displays,

tracking systems, multi-touch devices), good command of English, as well as interests in at least one

of the following research fields:

• Human-Computer Interaction,

• Virtual, Augmented or Mixed Reality,

• Interactive 3D Computer Graphics or Computer Vision,

• Interaction Design,

• Perceptual Psychology, and/or

• Cognitive Sciences.

Condition of Employment:

It is required that candidates hold a university degree in areas according to the job description.

Handicapped person will be given preference over nonpreferential persons if they are equally qualified.

Applications with the typical information (covering letter, CV, certificates) should be sent as pdf document

not later than June 1st, 2014 to Prof. Dr. Frank Steinicke, Human-Computer Interaction, Department

of Computer Science, Vogt-Köln-Str, 30, 22527 Hamburg, Germany.

For further information, please contact Prof. Dr. Frank Steinicke (steinicke@informatik.unihamburg.


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