Seven researchers placed on TUT´s tenure track 

The tenure track system is the key mechanism for recruiting academic researchers and is commonly used in universities worldwide.

At TUT, all vacant professorships will be filled following the tenure track procedure from 2013 onwards. The concept was already piloted at TUT in 2011 - 2012 and six top researchers have already been appointed.

Four-level tenure track system open to talented individuals

The tenure track system offers the recruited researchers a clearly defined career path towards a professorship and enables them to devote their time to research and the advancement of their fields.

Tenure track positions are advertised internationally. The fields of the positions are specified in broad terms to ensure a large pool of highly qualified candidates.

The University ensures that researchers placed on the tenure track have the opportunity to proceed to the next level, provided that their professional performance meets the predefined criteria within the given deadline.

At the moment six departments at TUT are in the process of recruiting tenure track researchers: the Departments of Electronics, Materials Science, Civil Engineering,Communications Engineering and the Optoelectronics Research Centre. 

 

Researchers appointed to tenure track positions:

Department of Physics

Miikka dal Maso (Associate Professor)
Esa Räsänen (Associate Professor)
Goëry Genty (Associate Professor)

Department of Signal Processing

Atanas Gotchev (Associate Professor, starting from Jan 1st 2013)
Anssi Klapuri (Associate Professor)
Joni Kristian Kämäräinen (Associate Professor)
Andre Ribeiro (Assistant Professor, 2nd term)

 

 

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