We are looking for outstanding candidates whose research has a focus in a current field of applied stochastics. In particular, we encourage applications of scientists who contribute to the field of mathematical statistics in method development and data analysis. Possible probabilistic applications include the focus areas finance and the life sciences, which are already established at the University of Freiburg. The candidate will be expected to collaborate closely with research groups in stochastics and the Freiburg Center for Data Analysis and Modelling. Furthermore she or he will be expected to bear an appropriate share of the teaching duties of the Institute of Mathematics as well as of the academic self-administration (government).
This professorship is particularly suited as a starting position for highly qualified early career researchers.
Candidates should possess the German habilitation in mathematics or an equivalent qualification.
Preconditions for the employment as a professors are a university degree, pedagogical aptitude, and an outstanding dissertation and publication record. Scientific achievements beyond the doctorate, generally proved by a habilitation or an equivalent scientific qualification, are expected.
The University of Freiburg seeks to increase the number of female scientific faculty members and therefore strongly encourages qualified women to apply for the position. The university is committed to providing a family-friendly workplace.
Applicants with disabilities (Schwerbehinderte) will be given preferential consideration in case of equal qualification.
The following application documents are to be submitted:

We ask you to send only copies of your documents since your application material will not be sent back.
In addition, we require the complete application form provided at http://www.zuv.uni-freiburg.de/formulare/bewerbungsbogen_englisch.pdf. Submit this form together with the above-mentioned supporting documents stating the reference number 9154 by May 8, 2015 at the latest either as a pdf-file to dekanat@mathphys.uni-freiburg.de or via mail to the Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Freiburg, Eckerstr. 1, 79104 Freiburg, Germany.