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05.04.2024BAM - Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfungBerlin-SteglitzWissenschaftliche*r Mitarbeiter*in (m/w/d) der Fachrichtung Maschinenbau, Bauingenieurwesen, Physikalische Ingenieurwissenschaft oder vergleichbarWissenschaftliche Mitarbeit in dem Verbundvorhaben »ReNew« aus dem Themenfeld der Offshore-Windenergie in Kooperation mit Partnern aus der Wirtschaft. Aufgabe ist die Bewertung des Einflusses der schweißtechnischen Fertigung großskaliger Stahlbau­strukturen auf deren Ermüdungs­verhalten. Hierbei steht die Entwicklung einer Schnittstelle zwischen den prozessabhängigen lokalen mechanisch-technologischen Eigenschaften der Schweißnaht sowie dem Ermüdungsverhalten unter Berücksichtigung bruchmechanischer Fragestellungen im Vordergrund. Die Arbeiten umfassen dabei die automatisierte schweißtechnische Fertigung von Prinzip­bauteilen und Erfassung der relevanten Prozesscharakteristika sowie deren Einfluss auf die Bauteil­eigenschaften. Ziel ist es ferner, diese Messdaten als Grundlage einer automatischen FE-Modellgenerierung zu nutzen. Dieses FE-Modell beinhaltet die wesentlichen Kenngrößen zur Bewertung der Wärmwirkungen des Schweißprozesses wie Temperaturfeld und Gefügezusammensetzung und weitere Bauteil­eigenschaften wie z. B. die Schweißnahtgeometrie. Das auf Basis von Messdaten generierte FE-Modell ist dabei die Übergabeinstanz an nachgelagerte bruchmechanische Analysen und Teilelement eines Baukastensystems zur Abschätzung der Restlebensdauer von Offshore-Strukturen.Sehr gut abgeschlossenes Hochschul­studium (Master of Science) der Fachrichtung Maschinenbau, Bauingenieurwesen, physikalische Ingenieurwissenschaften oder ähnlich Kenntnisse im Bereich der Werkstoff­mechanik und Werkstoff­wissenschaften Kenntnisse im Bereich der Schweißtechnik Kenntnisse im Bereich der Numerik (FEM) Kenntnisse der Programmier­sprache Python (NumPy, Pandas etc.) Gute Präsentations­fähigkeiten Gute Englischkenntnisse Gutes Kommunikations- und Informations­verhalten, zielorientierte und strukturierte Arbeitsweise, Initiative/​Einsatzbereitschaft und -fähigkeit, Teamfähigkeit und Kooperations­bereitschaft sowie konzeptionelle, strategische und innovative Denkfähigkeit
05.04.2024Technical University of MunichGarching1 PhD and 1 Postdoctoral Position in Condensed Matter Theory / Theoretical ChemistryTechnical University of Munich is seeking two Research Associates (f/m/d) one for a PhD position and one for a Postdoctoral position, both in the fields of electronic structure theory and electron dynamics modeling for new materials. Project Description: Our research group at TU Munich (TUM) is developing computational approaches aimed at advancing theoretical knowledge in the strategic fields of solar energy conversion and charge transport. The group is part of the Cluster of Excellence «e-conversion» and benefits from a network of highest-level experimental and theoretical collaborations. TUM is ranked among the top universities in Europe. Your activities will focus on the development of new electronic structure simulations and modelling of dynamical processes (including excitonic properties, electronic transport). The postdoc position will focus on advancing the Linear-Scaling Wannier Optics methodology within the Bethe-Salpeter Equation framework. The PhD position will focus on charge transport in polymer fibers. The ability to work in a team and a strong motivation to advance the scientific project are expected. As the successful PhD candidate, you will benefit from the membership at the TUM Graduate School, be part of an active international scientific network and present your results in national and international conferences.For a successful application, candidates must possess a Master's degree in Physics or Chemistry with a very good grade by the start of the PhD project. The candidates are expected to have a background in theory and interest and experience with computer simulations. They should enjoy taking on new challenges and have first experience with programming. Knowledge of ab initio simulations would be of great advantage. Very good communication and writing skills in English are further expected. Postdoc candidates are expected to have an excellent PhD.
02.04.2024Quantune Technologies GmbHBerlinAnalytical Scientist Infrared Spectroscopy (f/m/d)In order to strengthen our development of a new, miniaturized infrared spectrometer, we are looking for you as an energetic Analytical Scientist who loves to work hands-on in the lab building up test experiments and who thrives on analyzing the complex experimental spectroscopic data. The position is embedded in a small but powerful team and it requires an independent way of working along with a decision-based way of thinking. With your analytical skills, you will develop solutions to improve the product and identify untapped potentials. As a deep-tech startup, we are looking for truly multitalented individuals.Education: Masters degree (M.Sc.) in physics or related fields. Professional experience: Minimum three years in industry or a PhD in experimental natural sciences with expertise in computer-driven data analysis and spectroscopy. Way of working: Hands-on mentality in the laboratory (solution-oriented, self-motivated, autonomous, analytical) with a focus on the product. Analysis skills: Expert knowledge of script-based data processing of complex spectra consisting of various components (python). Language skills: English C1 level or B2 level when in combination with German C1 level. Team work: Good communication skills and conclusive data presentation. General skills: Conscientiousness, reliability, self-reliance, and conciseness. Location: Willingness to work mainly on site in Berlin-Adlershof. Legal: Work permit in Germany. Preferred requirements: Specialist knowledge: (the more the better) Infrared spectroscopy, photoacoustic spectroscopy, molecular spectroscopy, optical spectroscopy, laser physics, solid state physics, electronic semiconductor devices and their production.
02.04.2024Quantune Technologies GmbHBerlinR&D Scientist Infrared-Analytics (f/m/d)In order to strengthen our development of a new, miniaturized infrared spectrometer, we are looking for you as an energetic R&D Scientist who designs and builds up test experiments, analyzes the complex spectroscopic data and who thrives propelling our prototyping activities. The position is embedded in a small but powerful team and it requires an independent way of working along with a decision-based way of thinking. With your analytical skills, you will develop solutions to improve the product and identify untapped potentials. As a deep-tech startup, we are looking for truly multi-talented individuals.Education: Masters degree (M.Sc.) in physics or related fields. Professional experience: Minimum three years in industry or a PhD in experimental physics (or related fields), preferrably with a focus on spectroscopy, photonics or similar. Way of working: Hands-on mentality in the laboratory (solution-oriented, self-motivated, autonomous, analytical) with a focus on the product. Analysis skills: Knowledge of script-based data processing (python). Language skills: English C1 level or B2 level when in combination with German C1 level. Team work: Good communication skills and conclusive data presentation. General skills: Conscientiousness, reliability, self-reliance, and conciseness. Location: Willingness to work mainly on site in Berlin-Adlershof. Legal: Work permit in Germany. Preferred requirements: Specialist knowledge: (the more the better) Infrared spectroscopy, photoacoustic spectroscopy, molecular spectroscopy, optical spectroscopy, laser physics, solid state physics, electronic semiconductor devices and their production.
02.04.2024Quantune Technologies GmbHBerlinBiomedical Engineer (f/m/d)In order to strengthen our development of a new, miniaturized infrared spectrometer, we are looking for you as an energetic Biomedical Engineer who designs, performs and analyzes biomedical experiments and who flourishes when turning the prototype into a product. The position is embedded in a small but powerful team and it requires an independent way of working along with a decision-based way of thinking. With your analytical skills, you will identify weak points in the system and develop solutions to improve the product. As a deep-tech startup, we are looking for truly multi-talented individuals.Education: Masters degree in (bio)medical engineering, medical technology, medical physics or related fields. Professional experience: Minimum three years in industry or a PhD in applied areas related to medical engineering, preferrably with a focus on non-invasive techniques. Way of working: Product-driven hands-on mentality (solution-oriented, self-motivated, autonomous, analytical). Analysis skills: Knowledge of script-based data processing (python). Language skills: English C1 level or B2 level when in combination with German C1 level. Team work: Good communication skills and conclusive data presentation. General skills: Conscientiousness, reliability, self-reliance, and conciseness. Location: Willingness to work mainly on site in Berlin-Adlershof. Legal: Work permit in Germany. Preferred requirements: Specialist knowledge: (the more the better) MedTech device design and production, MedTech certifications, clinical studies involving humans, infrared spectroscopy, photoacoustic spectroscopy, molecular spectroscopy, optical spectroscopy.
02.04.2024Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT) Campus SüdKarlsruheUniversitätsprofessur (W3) "Quantenmaterialien"Sie werden Großforschungsaufgaben mit einer Lehrverpflichtung von 2 SWS wahrnehmen. Sie beteiligen sich an Kurs- und Spezialvorlesungen, Seminaren und sonstigen Lehrveranstaltungen in den Studiengängen der Physik sowie an der Betreuung von Bachelor-, Master- und Doktorarbeiten.Für Ihre Einstellung werden eine abgeschlossene Promotion in Physik, hervorragende, international sichtbare wissenschaftliche Leistungen sowie pädagogische Eignung vorausgesetzt.
02.04.2024Julius-Maximilians-Universität WürzburgWürzburgEdna-Carter-Professur - Juniorprofessorin / Juniorprofessor (m/w/d) der BesGr. W1 mit Tenure Track auf eine Universitätsprofessur der BesGr. W2 für Festkörperphysik im Rahmen eines Open Topic-VerfahrensWir suchen eine Persönlichkeit, die die international ausgewiesenen Forschungsaktivitäten der Fakultät für Physik und Astronomie im Bereich der Physik moderner Quantenmaterialien mit innovativen Ideen komplementär bereichern kann. Dabei können die Forschungsaktivitäten des SFB 1170 "ToCoTronics" und des Exzellenzclusters EXC 2147 "ct.qmat" als Orientierung dienen. Inhaltliche und methodische Schwerpunkte können beispielweise auf folgenden Gebieten liegen: Elektronische, magnetische oder optische Eigenschaften komplexer und topologischer Quantenmaterialien Epitaktische Dünnfilmsynthese Quantentransport Spektroskopie (optisch, Röntgen, Elektronen, etc.) Elektronenmikroskopie Rastersondenmethoden Ultraschnelle Messmethoden Geboten wird eine hervorragende Forschungsumgebung mit zentralen Core Facilities für Materialcharakterisierung und Nanostrukturierung.Wir suchen eine Persönlichkeit, die die international ausgewiesenen Forschungsaktivitäten der Fakultät für Physik und Astronomie im Bereich der Physik moderner Quantenmaterialien mit innovativen Ideen komplementär bereichern kann.
23.11.2023Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Institute for Experimental PhysicsDüsseldorf, Braunschweig, WettzellScientist (m/f/d) + Lecturer or Ph.D. student (m/f/d) on Quantum TechnologyThe position (post-doc or PhD student) is available within the DFG research group FOR 5456, whose overarching goal is the first implementation of satellite-based relativistic geodesy using optical atomic clocks and laser links between Earth and the international space station ISS. Your tasks: The concrete task is to operate our strontium lattice clock at the Geodetic Fundamental Station Wettzell. In cooperation with the partners of the DFG research group, our clock will be compared with a strontium lattice clock at PTB Braunschweig. For this purpose, a laser link Wettzell - ISS - Potsdam and a fibre link Potsdam - Braunschweig will be implemented. The comparison will be carried out during the ESA mission ACES, which will begin in 2025. This mission will operate an atomic clock and optical and microwave transponders on the ISS. The work of the person filling the position includes: Extension and metrological characterization of our already built optical lattice clock «SOC2», currently at PTB Braunschweig, preparing and implementing transport to Wettzell, installation, optimisation, operation, enhancement, measurement campaigns during the ACES mission, data analysis. The scientist will also contribute to enhance the performance of and integrate into SOC2 new clock lasers currently under development. They will be based on room temperature and on cryogenic reference cavities. Work locations will be Braunschweig (2024) and Wettzell. This position is part of the North Rhine-Westphalian initiative EIN Quantum NRW. The task is to develop and offer experimental courses on QT for high-school students, physics B.Sc. and M.Sc. students. The courses shall complement the department's experimental and theoretical teaching and research activities on QT. Topics are: (1) Trapping, storage, laser cooling and investigation of atoms and other particles; (2) Quantum properties of light, correlated photons; (3) Effects of superconductivity and their applications. Further topics are possible and can be developed by the post holder. Simplified offers are to be provided within the framework of the HHU student laboratory ( https://www.physik.hhu.de/angebote-fuer-schulen). The post holder will develop the courses, carry them out on a trial basis with students and pupils, optimize and evaluate them.Completed university studies (diploma/master's degree) For the post-doctoral position: doctorate with a grade "very good" or better Highly motivated to carry out precision experiments and implement novel measurement methods Strong initiative, effective working style High level of creativity and drive to experiment intensely Willingness to work in a team and in a research network Computer programming experience Knowledge in electronics Experience in the field of optics and quantum optics is desirable Strong motivation in the transfer of knowledge to young people (pupils and students) Strong interpersonal skills Very good command of the basics of quantum physics, and of German language Possess or be able to quickly develop experimental skills.