Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL)
Tenure Track Faculty Position in Management of Technology - Broad Area Search

The Management of Technology and Entrepreneurship Institute (MTEI) at EPFL invites applications for a tenure track assistant professor appointment in Management of Technology broadly defined, with a focus on strategy, operations, quantitative marketing, statistics, game theory or industrial organization.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS: We are searching for applicants who are committed to excellence in research as evidenced by high-impact publications in top journals. A doctorate will be required at the starting date. The successful candidate will be expected to develop an independent and competitive research program in a multidisciplinary environment and engage with researchers in related fields across the EPFL campus, such as finance, engineering, mathematics, computer science, and operations research. A successful applicant will be expected to teach courses at the graduate level in English.

Significant start-up resources and research infrastructure will be made available. Applications will be reviewed starting November 1st, 2012, with review continuing until the position is filled. Salary and benefits are internationally competitive. The starting date is flexible during 2013.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applications, including curriculum vitae, publication list, concise statement of research and teaching interests as well as the names and addresses (including email) of 3 to 6 references, should be submitted in PDF format through the following link: http://mteirecruiting.epfl.ch

FURTHER INFORMATION: For further information contact: Prof. Thomas Weber, Head of Search Committee (thomas.weber@epfl.ch)
For administrative assistance, please contact mtei_recruiting@epfl.ch
For general information about EPFL, see http://www.epfl.ch, http://cdm.epfl.ch
Please also visit http://mtei.epfl.ch for more information about MTEI

EPFL is an equal opportunity employer; women are especially encouraged to apply.



Posted 9/23/12