The successful candidate is expected to represent the discipline of Forensic Preservation Science of Organic Polymers in research and teaching. The holder of the post is expected to contribute to teaching within the framework of the Forensic Preservation Science of Organic Polymers in the Heritage Conservation and Digital Technologies in Heritage Conservation master’s degree programmes, the Preservation of Cultural Assets/Heritage minor and related bachelor’s degree programmes offered at the University of Bamberg. It is also expected that the holder will actively contribute to the ongoing development of the Centre for Heritage Conservation Studies and Technologies’ profile.
As concerns research activities, this new subject is tasked with combining practical conservation archaeology, art sciences and restoration with systematic scientific analysis techniques in the field of organic materials. An object‐related approach to research in the fields of heritage conservation, the archaeological sciences, museums or ethnology that is situated between the natural or material sciences and applied conservation and art sciences is desirable.
Applications from abroad are particularly welcome. Both the ability and willingness to teach in English are required.
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