For the Institute of Materials and X-Ray Physics at the
Hamburg University of Technology
for the earliest possible date, we are looking for a:
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE (m/f/d) /
WISSENSCHAFTLICHER MITARBEITER (m/w/d)
full time and for a maximum of 36 months. The remuneration is in accordance with 13 TV-L.
At the heart of TU Hamburg’s research, teaching and transfer of technology is the guiding principle of developing technology for people. The TU Hamburg sees itself in this context as a family-friendly and sustainable university with high performance and quality standards that strives for excellence in all its research fields. Interdisciplinarity, innovation, regionality and internationality are binding principles in our actions.
With currently around 7,500 students, 110 professors and 1,600 employees, the TU Hamburg is characterised by short decision-making processes and close cooperation between the board, the institutes, the deans of studies, the research areas and the administration. We identify ourselves with a modern leadership culture and cultivate appreciative interaction.
Discover the forefront of materials science with a PhD opportunity at TUHH, delving into the realm of stimuli-responsive materials. The position is embedded in the prestigious joint research project HySiSound between the TUHH and DESY and the Institute Langevin (Paris). Inspired by nature's adaptability, the HySiSound project seeks to revolutionize mechanical adaptability through the creation of a hybrid nano-material system. By harnessing the synergy between nanoporous silicon and confined liquid crystal elastomers, alongside cutting-edge characterization, laser ultrasonics and computational methods, our research aims to unlock the tunable elasticity of materials at the nanoscale.
- Completed scientific university studies, preferably in Materials Science, Nanotechnology, Physics, or a related field, with a strong foundation in experimental research
- Strong background either in mechanics and elastic guided waves or in synthesis and polymer chemistry, with a willingness to learn and adapt to the other area
- Demonstrate strong analytical skills for data interpretation, particularly in the context of complex material behaviors
- Exhibit the ability to work collaboratively in multidisciplinary teams, fostering effective communication and collaboration across different areas of expertise
- Display excellent communication skills in English
- Outside of duties, further scientific training is possible, the results can be used for a dissertation to gain a doctorate
- Engage in pioneering research at the forefront of nanomaterials and mechanics, shaping future technologies
- Work closely with renowned researchers in an international setting, fostering interdisciplinary exchanges.
- Experience a modern, vibrant and inspiring research environment in the Hamburg metropolitan area
For further information please contact Mr Patrick Huber, Phone-No.: +49 (0) 40 8998 5836, Email: email@example.com
We particularly encourage women to apply. Due to their underrepresentation, they will be given priority incases of equal suitability, qualifications and professional performance.
Please send your complete application documents (cover letter, curriculum vitae in table form, proof ofcompleted training and/or university degree, job references or certificates of employment) via the online application system.We look forward to receiving your online application by March 12th 2023.
Notice for graduates of foreign educational qualifications:
Please submit proof of all obtained university degrees and, if available, the recognition of your educational qualifications in Germany (e.g. anabin excerpts and/or acknowledgement of previous employers).