The highly interdisciplinary Research Training Group (RTG) on Tip- and Laser-based 3D-Nanofabrication in Extended Macroscopic Working Areas (NanoFab) at the Technische Universität Ilmenau offers: 13 full-time doctoral research positions (f/m/d)
The Research Training Group “NanoFab” explores advanced nanofabrication strategies in combination with nanopositioning and nanometrology machines to enable multiscale solutions for Iarge-scale nanofabrication. The research scope of the projects comprises:
Further details on the projects and the scope of “NanoFab” can be found at www.tu-ilmenau.de/nanofab
The RTG offers a rapid path to a doctoral degree within three years, a creative and vibrant research environment with excellent laboratory facilities within the Centre of Micro- and Nanotechnologies, comprehensive scientific supervision, an accompanying study program and participation within a widespread international scientific network.
Applicants for the research positions should have:
The Technische Universität Ilmenau is a campus university in a scenic setting in the heart of Germany. It offers numerous opportunities for sports, culture and other personal activities in addition to research. The Technische Universität Ilmenau aims to establish gender equality and highly encourages women to apply. Severely disabled applicants will be given priority if they have the same qualifications. All RTG NanoFab participants are invited to take advantage of additional transferable skills trainings and career service offerings.
From individual advancement with a wide range of continuing education opportunities to a variety of health and recreational offerings, you can expect an appreciative working environment at a renowned university at TU Ilmenau. In addition to an attractive, familyfriendly working hours model, you will also benefit from advantages such as the use of the dining halls of the Studierendenwerk Thüringen, as well as participation in the various attractive sports offerings of the University Sports Center.
Applicants should upload their complete set of documents as a single pdf-file (max. 20 MB):