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Research Associate (m/f/d) / Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (m/w/d) for the Institute of Materials Physics and Technology
Hamburg University of Technology
For the Institute of Materials Physics and Technology of 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
Experimental scientific studies towards identifying the atomic-scale mechanisms behind the nanoscale self-organization that produces metal network nanostructures during alloy corrosion
Design of experimental strategy and methods
Characterization, with a focus on electrochemical and in-house small-angle x-ray scattering approaches
Discussion of the findings with regard to the state of research on alloy corrosion and on metallurgical microstructure evolution in systems for from equilibrium
Presentation of your results to the scientific community through publications in peer-reviewed journals and through presentations at international conferences
Masters degree from an internationally recognized academic institution, in the subject area Materials Science, Nanosciences, Chemistry, Physical Chemistry or Chemical Engineering or a PhD in a related area
Knowledge in the fields of electrochemistry, metallurgy and x-ray scattering
Ability to present scientific contexts to an international audience of experts in a comprehensible and convincing manner, both verbally and in writing, especially in English
Willingness and ability to work in a team with an international group of scientists
Outside of duties, we offer you the opportunity for scientific qualification for a PhD or for Habilitation.
You will work in an internationally highly visible and renowned scientific team
You will benefit from the opportunities for cross-department and interdisciplinary interaction with your young colleagues in the Collaborative Research Center 986 and its Graduate School
For further information please contact Mr. Prof. Jörg Weissmüller, E-Mail: 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 of completed training and/or university degree, job references or certificates of employment) via the online application system.