Professorship in Phonetics at the Department of Linguistics. Reference number SU 611-2353-09. Deadline for applications: November 30, 2009.
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From: Maria Koptjevskaja Tamm <tamm at ling.su.se>
Date: Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 2:59 PM
Subject: Professorship in Phonetics at the Department of Linguistics.
Reference number SU 611-2353-09. Deadline for applications: November
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Professorship in Phonetics at the Department of Linguistics. Reference
number SU 611-2353-09. Deadline for applications: November 30, 2009.
The Department of Linguistics at Stockholm University has opened a
call for a Professor in Phonetics, with special focus on Experimental
The Phonetics Laboratory of the Department of Linguistics is
experimentally oriented, in particular in the areas of language
acquisition, speech perception and acoustic phonetics. To widen the
scope of its current research in Phonetics, the Department of
Linguistics seeks a professor in Phonetics with documented interest in
experimental research in the areas of Speech Physiology and Speech
Production as well as with the capacity to integrate the Phonetic
research in a broad biological and general Phonetics perspective.
In addition to own research, the candidate is also expected to
supervise students and to teach courses, in particular at the
post-graduate and advanced levels. The candidate must also be prepared
to participate in the Departments’ research and to initiate, organize
and direct research projects. As professor, the candidate is expected
to initiate and maintain research contacts with other Departments,
both within Stockholm University and from other national or foreign
Universities and High Schools, as well as to take leadership
assignments within Stockholm University’s Department of Linguistics,
including the associated administrative tasks.
To qualify for this professor position the candidate must have
documented scientific and pedagogical merits (4 kap 5 § HF). The
candidate’s scientific merits must be significantly higher than what
is required for an associate professor.
The primary evaluation criterion will be the quality of the
candidate’s scientific research. Scientific production in the areas of
speech physiology and speech production are of high relevance for the
evaluation of the candidate’s scientific profile. Documented
experience of successful grant applications to external funding
agencies as well as scientific breadth and team work are important
evaluation aspects. Particular attention will be paid to the
candidate’s pedagogical skills. Also the candidate’s administrative
skills and ability to interact with the public and representing the
Department’s research and developmental work will be taken into
The application must comply with the guidelines published in
www.su.se/nyanstallning. The candidate is encouraged to read the
document “Meritering för anställning som lärare” (Evaluation criteria
for teaching jobs), posted at the web-address above. Please note that
no more than 10 scientific publications/documents are allowed as
attachments to the application.
Non-Swedish speaking applicants are expected to learn Swedish if
selected for this professorship.
For further information, please contact Francisco Lacerda, Professor
in Phonetics, frasse at ling.su.se.
Union representatives are Bo Ekengren (SACO), Lisbeth Häggberg
(Fackförbundet ST), telephone +46-(0)8-16 2000 (switchboard), and
Gunnar Stenberg (SEKO), telephone +46-(0)70-316 43 41.
Please send your application marked with the reference number SU
611-2353-09 no later than November 30, 2009, to:
SE-106 91 STOCKHOLM
or by e-mail to: registrator at su.se.
Prof. Maria Koptjevskaja Tamm
Inst. för lingvistik, Stockholms universitet
106 91 Stockholm, Sverige
tel. +46-(0)8-16 26 20
Dept of Linguistics, Stockholm University, S-10691 Stockholm, Sweden
Phone: +46-8-16-2332 Fax: +46-8-15 5389
URL : http://www.ling.su.se/staff/ljuba/
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