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04-11-2007, 11:36 PM
W3 and W2 Professorship positions available


Through a collaboration between the Institute for Sports Science and the
Centre for Sports Science
and Sports Medicine (CSSB, a joint institution of the Charité - Center
for Musculoskeletal Surgery
and the Institute for Sports Science), the philosophical faculty IV of
the Humboldt University of
Berlin is pleased to announce the availability of the following
interdisciplinary scientific
professorships to cover the fields of sport science, sport medicine,
injury prevention and
rehabilitation:

W3-Professorship in „Training and Movement Sciences“ from 01.10.2008
reference: PR/012/07

This is a key professorship within the Institute for Sport Science and
in the CSSB. The successful
candidate will demonstrate excellence in research and teaching in the
field of training and movement
science and represent the scientific section of the CSSB as a link
between regeneration and prevention.
A comprehensive commitment is essential in order to establish and
develop the CSSB, as well as a
personal dedication to university research and teaching. The areas of
expertise will have a central
focus on training sciences (diagnostics, prevention, intervention and
rehabilitation), movement
sciences (evaluation of function-oriented motor control in individual
and team sports) and biomechanics
(biological adaptation of the movement apparatus during high performance
sports motion). The successful
candidate requires an internationally proven record in two or more of
these disciplines.

W2- Professorship in „Sport Sociology“ from 01.10.2007 reference:
PR/008/07

The successful candidate will be an inspiring representative of sport
sociology as a theoretical and
empirical discipline in research and teaching. The ability to teach
different MSc and BA courses in
sport history is desired. A comprehensive commitment is essential in
order to establish and develop
the CSSB, as well as a personal dedication to university research and
teaching. Areas of expertise
should cover high performance sports, general sports and physical
education, which are to be analysed
in the context of specialisation, talent promotion, biographic and
gender research. The successful
candidate requires a proven record in several of these disciplines.
Furthermore, practical experience
in socially relevant teaching and research, as well as an enthusiasm for
advisory activities in sports
politics, are desired.

Both professors are fundamentally expected to build a close cooperation
with the Olympiastützpunkten
and the Bundesleistungszentren, as well as acquire third party funding,
and participate in a Humboldt
Graduate School. The teaching and examination requirements will be based
upon the MSc and BA courses
of the Institute for Sport Sciences.
The applicants must meet the standard requirements for appointment as a
professor in accordance with
§100 of the Berliner Hochschulgesetz. The Humboldt University of Berlin
aims to increase the proportion
of women in research and teaching and therefore requests that only
serious and qualified scientists
apply. Applications from scientists from foreign countries are also
desired, and disabled applicants
will be treated with the same priority. Application CVs, including e.g.
lists of publications, meetings,
projects and funding acquired, are to be submitted within a period of 4
weeks, including the respective
reference number, to:

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin,
Philosophische Fakultät IV,
Dekan, Prof. Dr. Franke,
Unter den Linden 6,
10099 Berlin,
Germany

Or for more information on the positions, please contact:

Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Georg N. Duda
Center for Musculoskeletal Surgery and
Berlin-Brandenburg Center for Regenerative Therapies (BCRT)
Augustenburger Platz 1 D-13353 Berlin
tel: +49 30 4505 59079,
email georg.duda@charite.de
http://www.charite.de/cmsc