The title of RWTH Lecturer is an honor for distinguished researchers with a doctorate who stand out for their extraordinary teaching and research activities. The target group for this award are senior scientists with a doctorate who have at least five years’ teaching experience.
The call will be announced to members of the target group by email and will also be published on this page. Applications are to be submitted online via the ERS Portal.
RWTH Lecturers are nominated internally by the members of the selection committee and submitted to the Rector’s Office for approval.
The title was last awarded to Dr. Andrea Philipp and Dr. Steffen Jöris during the university event Talk Lehre on June 4, 2019.
Doris Klee, vice-rector for human resources management and development is in charge of the RWTH Lecturer program. Management tasks entail preparing, approving, and evaluating the calls, as well as quality assurance activities.
The RWTH Lecturer selection committee is also formed by the members of the ETS selection committee as well as representatives of the ERS selection group.