Assistant Professor Position in Semiconductor Sensors (Tenure Track)

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From the PDF-Brochure below you can find more information about the position of the Tenure Track Professorship in Semiconductor Sensors. You can find the job advertisement link at the bottom of this page. Please note that the deadline for applications is on 23rd October 2022.

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