The new research group for history and philosophy of science and engineering in the Department of Humanities and Arts is seeking applications from outstanding candidates for a tenure-track position.
Faculty Position in History and Philosophy of Science: The new research group for history and philosophy of science and engineering is seeking applications from outstanding candidates for a tenure-track position starting from October 2022. The program fosters research projects that link the humanities with science and engineering. We are seeking to fill a position in the history and philosophy of science and engineering. We have a preference for specialty in history of science and an emphasis on ethical and environmental consequences of technological developments. As we implement an embedded ethics approach, interest in developing and researching such a program would be helpful. Candidates should have a PhD in one of the relevant disciplines and a promising record of publications. Training in one of the sciences is a significant plus, and interest in developing joint projects with scientists and engineers is highly desirable. The rank is open but we have a slight preference for candidates who are in their early or mid-career stage. Interested candidates should send a CV, writing sample, a research project (2-5 pages), and should arrange for three letters of recommendation to be sent to Anat Glass: email@example.com by April 15, 2022. For inquiries, please contact Ohad Nachtomy at firstname.lastname@example.org