Du học master/PhD ở Đức/Germany và cơ hội việc làm

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  1. nguyennamthanh

    nguyennamthanh Thèm thuồng

    Germany : Fully funded PhD Position at Technical University Hamburg

    We are looking for a PhD candidate to do research in the area of fault tolerant distributed systems. We are a highly motivated international team of researchers situated in the south of Hamburg. We offer ideal working conditions, a beautiful campus, and a competitive salary. The team is interested in a variety of topics in the field of distributed computing (see http://www.ti5.tu-harburg.de/research/).
    Requirements:
    -- excellent M.S. in computer science, computer engineering, mathematics, physics or related studies
    -- strong interest in design and analysis of distributed algorithms
    -- skills in creative problem solving The use of the English language is mandatory. The candidate will work on the following topics:
    -- distributed algorithms and self-stabilizing data structures
    -- fault detectors in distributed systems
    -- algorithms for self-organizing group communication
    -- fault tolerant wireless sensor networks
    The position will be filled starting February 2012 (exact date is negotiable). Deadline for applications is January 2nd, 2012. More details and information about applications (including the identifier D-11-130) are published at http://www.ti5.tu-harburg.de/jobs/ For more information contact: Prof. Volker Turau (turau at tuhh.de) Further information about the Institute of Telematics can be found on http://www.ti5.tu-harburg.de/. Women are especially encouraged to apply. The position is in the first instance limited to two years with the possibility of extending for another year. Applications should include a detailed CV, a motivation letter, a list of your M.SC. courses and grades, and a copy of your master thesis. Applications can be send by email to telematik at tuhh.de
    Application Deadline : 2 January 2012
     
  2. nguyennamthanh

    nguyennamthanh Thèm thuồng

    PhD/ MD scholarships in Translational Neuroscience at Germany

    December 18, 2011

    The Graduate Program Translational Neuroscience within the Collaborative Research Centre 636 (SFB 636, Learning, Memory, and Brain Plasticity: Implications for Psychopathology) of the University of Heidelberg, funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, invites applications for:
    PhD scholarships and MD scholarships
    The Graduate Program is jointly organized: The scholarships are either funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft or the Medical Faculty Mannheim of the University of Heidelberg.
    Scholarships are granted as of April 2012, application deadline is January 15th, 2012. Applicants must hold a master’s, diploma or equivalent degree in biology, chemistry, engineering, physics, biochemistry, mathematics, psychology, or related fields. Medical students can join the graduate program towards the end of their studies in medicine.
    For MD students, the funding period covers 12 months. For PhD students, an initial funding of 12 months of the 36-month program is provided. Additional funding for two further years to finish the program must be sought by the investigator. It is also possible to join the program for one year at a later stage of the PhD studies.
    The Graduate Program Translational Neuroscience aims at the integration of molecular and cellular approaches, behavioral analyses and clinical applications in the study of mental disorders such as anxiety, depression or addiction. In an interdisciplinary approach we focus on alterations of learning, memory, emotional and motivational processing and accompanying plastic changes of the brain.
    For further information on the program and the application procedure please visit http://www.sfb636.de/graduiertenprogramm.html.
    If you have any further questions please contact SFB636-School@zi-mannheim.de.
    Please send your application as PDF to this email address by 15th January 2012.”
    http://www.sfb636.de/graduiertenprogramm.html
     
  3. nguyennamthanh

    nguyennamthanh Thèm thuồng

    Germany : International PhD Program Molecular Cell Biology

    The International PhD program of the Max Delbrück Centre for Molecular Medicine (MDC) in Berlin offers 20 PhD Positions. The MDC currently hosts more than 50 research groups and 250 doctorate students working in the fields of Molecular Biology, Cardiovascular & metabolic Research, Cancer biology, Developmental Biology, Medical Systems Biology, Structural Biology and Neurobiology.

    On joining the Helmholtz Graduate School for Molecular Cell Biology at the MDC, PhD students receive interdisciplinary training in Molecular Cell Biology and Molecular Medicine and may join the special research schools in ‘Molecular Neurobiology’ (MolNeuro) or ‘Translational Cardiovascular Medicine’ (TransCard). All PhD students enjoy support such as travel grants for conferences and external courses, participation in summer schools, annual PhD retreats and social activities. The Graduate School of the MDC works in close collaboration with Berlin universities, the Freie Universität Berlin und Humboldt Universität zu Berlin.

    Online application is now activated.
    Application deadline is March 20th, 2012
    For more information please refer to:
    http://www.mdc-berlin.de/application

    This is a unique opportunity to develop your research career at the interface of basic molecular biology and translational medicine. We invite candidates of any nationality who hold or anticipate receiving a Master’s degree or equivalent in a relevant field before November 1, 2012. The program language is English. Visit our website to learn more about the MDC, the program and the application procedure: www.mdc-berlin.de/phd

    Application Deadline : 20 March 2012
     
  4. STHence

    STHence Thèm thuồng

    Graduate School of the Cluster "Languages of Emotion"
    10 doctoral scholarships


    Deadline: 15th January 2012

    The Graduate School of the Cluster "Languages of Emotion" offers 10 doctoral scholarships to PhD-students for the winter term 2012/13.

    Applications are welcome from a variety of disciplines: educational sciences, literature, biology, German, English, Greek, Latin and Romance philology, media studies, history, Japanese studies, Social Anthropology, Art history, musicology, philosophy, political science, psychology, psychiatry, sociology, linguistics and dramatics.

    The cluster focuses on the interdependencies between language and affect. It consists of four research areas:
    Signs, Arts, Individuals, Cultures.

    For further information please contact:

    Dr. Markus Edler
    Free University Berlin
    Cluster "Languages of Emotion"
    coordinator of the Graduate School
    Habelschwerdter Allee 45
    14195 Berlin
    Tel. +49 30/838-56179
    m.edler@fu-berlin.de
    Homepage http://www.languages-of-emotion.de/de/graduiertenschule.html
     
  5. nguyennamthanh

    nguyennamthanh Thèm thuồng

    Germany : 12 HITEC Ph.D. projects

    HITEC (Helmholtz Interdisciplinary Doctoral Training in Energy and Climate) is the international graduate school for scientists and engineers who want to earn a Ph.D. in the challenging fields of energy and climate research. HITEC is a joint initiative between Forschungszentrum Jülich, the RWTH Aachen University, the Ruhr-Universität Bochum, the University of Cologne, the Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, and the University of Wuppertal. As a rule the Ph.D. certificate is awarded by one of the member universities. HITEC is committed to scientific excellence, to an interdisciplinary and international research environment, to an accepting learning environment which embraces diversity, and aims to turn the Ph.D. students into well needed experts for academia and industry. HITEC offers a 3-year training programme which accompanies the doctoral thesis: students can select from a variety of HITEC events, including lectures on topics or methods, hands-on training courses in the lab or professional skills training, such as scientific writing or presenting.

    Job Description
    12 HITEC Ph.D. projects are open for application:

    § Determination of thermodynamic key data for the development of advanced Lithium ion battery electrode materials
    § Influence of large-scale production processes on the precipitation hardening behaviour of heat resistant ferritic Iron-base alloys
    § Development of liquid silicon hydride-based semiconductor technology
    § The dynamics of electrons in linear plasma devices and its impact on plasma surface interactions
    § Eco-balance of biogas plants and energy crops cultivation
    § Derivation of atomic oxygen and temperature in the middle atmosphere and how they are affected by global change by global change
    § Global gravity-wave modelling confined by satellite observations
    § The Asian summer monsoon and its impact on the composition of the stratosphere
    § Atmospheric profiling of clouds, temperature and humidity using a ground-based infrared spectrometer
    § Novel mathematical approaches for estimating air quality and climate forcing emissions of technical energy processes
    § On the temperature dependence of the kinetic isotope effect
    § Secondary organic aerosol formation from biogenic VOCs: the influence of oxidants from anthropogenic emissions on aerosol formation
    For further information on the projects visit the HITEC website at http://www.fz-juelich.de/hitec.

    Requirements
    We are seeking highly qualified and motivated scientists and engineers. Candidates are expected to have a Master, a German "Diplom" or an equivalent degree, when they start their Ph.D. project. The specifics of the degree and the experience required are indicated for each of the projects listed in the call for applications. The integration in international co-operations requires the ability to cooperate in an international team, thus we expect good skills in the spoken and written English language.

    Please note that applications for HITEC fellows are welcomed from any qualified applicants, regardless of gender, ethnicity or country of origin, but will only be considered if eligibility requirements are met and the application guidelines are strictly adhered to.

    The best candidates will be invited to Germany for a week (April 2012) in order to work out the details of the project with the research group which hosts the project. The final decision of candidates/projects will be reached after individual presentations. The earliest starting point will be June 2012, later starts are possible. Payment of the PhD fellows will be based on the Collective Agreement for the Civil Service (TVöD).

    For your application please follow the Guideline for Applicants (www.fz-juelich.de/hitec-doctoral-fellowships). Please submit your application with the relevant documentation and quoting reference number D114/2011SL electronically to b.koester@fz-juelich.de at HITEC Office. Only complete applications will be accepted for review. Deadline is 8 February 2012.
    http://www.fz-juelich.de/portal/DE/Leistungen/WissenWeitergeben/hitec/_node.html
     
  6. nguyennamthanh

    nguyennamthanh Thèm thuồng

    Germany : International PhD Programme of the Helmholtz Graduate School at the MDC

    The Helmholtz Graduate School Molecular Cell Biology is a collaboration between the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) and the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (HU), Freie Universität Berlin and Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin medical faculty. We offer, alongside outstanding research training, an interdisciplinary platform for structured PhD training to all doctoral students at the MDC. The graduate school currently supports 350 PhD students, one third of whom come from abroad.
    The research diversity offered by the 55 groups working at the MDC covers the areas of
    Cardiovascular & Metabolic Research
    Cancer Biology & Immunology
    Neurobiology
    Developmental Biology
    Medical Systems Biology & Bioinformatics
    Structural Biology
    The programme combines academic research, education and training from accomplished professors and researchers, access to high-end technology and collaborations, all within the campus. Research training is supplemented with teaching lectures in the main research areas, methods workshops, introductions to new technologies, soft-skills courses and opportunities for career development to foster the personal and scientific development of our students. To help our students keep track of the various activities and courses during their PhD, the Graduate School operates a Credit Point System for courses and conferences attended and participation in career development activities. This helps students to structure their training so that it meets individual needs and interest.
    http://www.mdc-berlin.de/de/phd_ausbildung/phd_program/index.html
     
  7. towardthesea

    towardthesea Thèm thuồng

  8. vodanhtieutot

    vodanhtieutot ham zui

    Mình có một số tài liệu giới thiệu chung về giáo dục sau đại học và funding opportunity ở Đức, cái này mình có lúc sang Đức từ cuối 2010 nhưng do nhiều việc nên quên mất :). Mình nghĩ sẽ có ích cho những bạn muốn tìm cơ hội ở Đức có một cái nhìn tổng quan.

    View attachment Research and Funding Oppurtunities AS.pdf
    View attachment Helmholtz Presentation_Green Talents_Workshop.pdf
    View attachment Humboldt Foundation presentation_engl.pdf
    View attachment Max Planck presentation.pdf
     
  9. constfang

    constfang Thèm thuồng

    Đến hẹn lại lên: HB M.S cho ngành Optics and Photonics, 800e/tháng, là một trong những điểm đến của Europhotonics (Erasmus). Ít nhất hai năm nay chỉ mới có một người VN theo HB này, số lượng tầm 20-30 suất. Deadline: July 15th.
    http://ksop.idschools.kit.edu/non-eu_applicants.php
     
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  10. ntbaovn

    ntbaovn Giác ngộ

    Doctoral scholarships in knowledge discovery / machine learning

    In close co-operation with the German Institute for International
    Educational Research and Educational Information (DIPF) in Frankfurt
    am Main, a member of the Leibniz Association, the Technical University
    of Darmstadt is offering Doctoral Scholarships in knowledge discovery/
    machine learning within the newly established PhD program "Knowledge
    Discovery in Scientific Publications" [1]. The regular maximum
    duration of funding is 36 months.

    Scholarships are granted for completing a doctoral thesis in computer
    science with a strong focus on machine learning. The research is
    applied to the domain of educational research literature. To this end,
    DIPF offers excellent opportunities for a close co-operation with
    subsequent users. Successful candidates will be granted 1,400 Euros
    per month. The program will be located at DIPF in Frankfurt (Main).

    The successful candidates are expected to work on the projects
    "Personalized Content Acquisition from Heterogeneous Sources"
    (Prof. Brefeld), or "Preference-Based Profiling of Scientific
    Publications" (Prof. Fürnkranz).

    The PhD program brings together the disciplines of "Knowledge
    Engineering", "Algorithmics", "Language Technology", "Ubiquitous
    Knowledge Processing", "Knowledge Mining and Assessment", and
    "Information Management". The concept for supervision strongly relies
    on close contacts between postgraduate students and their supervisors,
    regular joint meetings, co-supervision by professors and senior
    researchers from the above disciplines and a lively exchange in the
    research and qualification program. Furthermore, the program strives
    to publish research findings at leading scientific conferences and
    provide its software freely accessible as open source product.

    Excellently qualified graduates from computer science are invited to
    apply. Successful candidates are expected to possess very good
    programming skills in Java, to work independently, demonstrate their
    personal commitment, team and communication skills as well as a
    readiness to cooperate with others. Research experience, in particular
    in machine learning, is a plus.

    Women are expressly invited to submit their application. According to
    the pursuant legal requirements, applicants with disabilities will be
    preferably treated in the appointment procedure. Candidates from
    abroad are encouraged to apply. The Department of Computer Science at
    TU Darmstadt regularly ranks among the top in Germany. Among its
    distinguishing features are its research initiative "Knowledge
    Discovery on the Web" focusing on powerful language technology
    procedures, text mining, machine learning and scalable infrastructures
    for assessing and aggregating knowledge. As a scientific institute
    belonging to the Leibniz Association, the DIPF targets top-class basic
    research as well as innovative scientific services. Education is
    addressed as an area with high visibility and significance. The DIPF
    is currently establishing a research priority domain for educational
    information science, by joining competencies with computer scientists
    at TU Darmstadt. In this context, the doctoral program will constitute
    a central element. Please submit your application by February 28,
    2013. Applications should include a letter of motivation related to
    the research program [1] and its corresponding projects [2] and [3],
    CV and details regarding previous scientific work, certifications of
    studies and work, including the graduate thesis and possibly
    electronic publications.

    Applications should be sent to Prof. Dr. Iryna Gurevych and
    Prof. Dr. Marc Rittberger, e-mail:
    phd-application@ukp.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de.

    [1] http://www.kdsl.tu-darmstadt.de
    [2] http://www.kdsl.tu-darmstadt.de/de/...ntent-acquisition-from-heterogeneous-sources/
    [3] http://www.kdsl.tu-darmstadt.de/de/home/research-program/preference-based-profiling/
     
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  11. ntbaovn

    ntbaovn Giác ngộ

    Applications are invited for a Ph.D. student position at the Center for Behavioral Brain Sciences (CBBS) and Otto-von-Guericke-University of Magdeburg, Germany.

    Research in the lab is centred on the neural mechanisms of adaptive, goal-directed behaviour with a particular focus on reward-guided learning and decision making. We will use various neuroimaging methods (fMRI, MEG, EEG, TMS) in combination with pharmacological challenges and computational modelling approaches.

    A candidate is sought that is highly motivated, reliable and able to work independently. The successful applicant will have an MSc or equivalent degree (or be currently working towards one) in neuroscience or a related field (biology, psychology, physics, computer science, engineering). Experience in acquisition and analysis of MEG or EEG data (in particular time frequency analyses) and good knowledge of MATLAB, as well as good communication skills (written and orally) are essential. Additional skills in fMRI would be desirable. Applicants should have an interest in formal models of neural activity and behaviour.

    Application deadline is 10th May 2013, but applications will be considered until the position is filled.

    For more details on the position and application procedure, please follow this link:

    http://www.uni-magdeburg.de/unimagd...position_CBBS_Jocham_Stellenausschreibung.pdf
     
  12. kudeck

    kudeck Thèm thuồng

    Vị trí thứ nhất:
    http://www.kt.tu-darmstadt.de/fachgebiet_kt/jobs_kt/jobs_2_nt_kt.de.jsp

    Im Fachgebiet Kommunikationstechnik am Institut für Nachrichtentechnik des Fachbereichs Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik ist die Stelle für eine/einen

    Wiss. Mitarbeiterin/Mitarbeiter
    in einem zunächst auf 3 Jahre befristeten Arbeitsverhältnis (Forschungsvorhaben) zu besetzen.
    Am Fachgebiet Kommunikationstechnik befassen wir uns in Forschung und Lehre mit Verfahren der drahtlosen Kommunikation in zukünftigen Mobilfunk- und Sensornetzen.

    In zukünftigen drahtlosen Netzen wird es autonom agierende Sende-/Empfangsknoten geben. Um eine im Sinne des gesamten Netzes effiziente, energiesparende und robuste Übertragung zu erzielen, soll ein bestimmtes Verhalten dieser autonomen Knoten hervorgerufen werden. Hierzu sollen Anreizmechanismen in der physikalischen Schicht und Netzwerkschicht (Physical Layer, Network Layer) entwickelt werden, die die Knoten dazu bewegen, sich vorteilhaft im Sinne des „Gemeinwohls“ zu verhalten. Beispielsweise kann es im Sinne des gesamten Netzes vorteilhaft sein, dass ein Knoten die Daten eines anderen Knotens weiterleitet und damit als Relay agiert. Da dieses Weiterleiten einen erhöhten Energieverbrauch des Knotens zur Folge hat, wird der Knoten nur dann bereit sein, als Relay zu agieren, wenn er dafür einen Anreiz, d.h. eine Kompensation erhält.

    Die Untersuchungen sollen unter Verwendung spieltheoretischer Ansätze (Game Theory) erfolgen. Folgende Szenarien sollen betrachtet werden: (1) nicht-kooperative Knoten, d.h. die Knoten bilden keine Koalitionen, sowie (2) kooperative Knoten, d.h. die Knoten können Koalitionen bilden.

    Das Projekt wird in Kooperation mit zwei Partnern durchgeführt, wovon der eine Partner Anreizmechanismen in einem Peer-to-Peer Overlay-Netzwerk untersucht und der andere Partner sich mit der spieltheoretischen Modellierung und der mathematischen Theorie von Anreizmechanismen beschäftigt. Gemeinsam soll eine schichtenübergreifende Lösung erarbeitet werden. Das Projekt ist Teil des DFG Sonderforschungsbereichs 1053 „MAKI – Multi-Mechanismen-Adaption für das künftige Internet“.

    Anforderungsprofil:
    Mit überdurchschnittlichen Leistungen abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium in Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik oder in einer verwandten Fachrichtung, z.B. Physik, Informatik oder Mathe-matik mit technischer Orientierung
    Fundiertes Wissen auf einem oder mehreren der folgenden Gebiete: Nachrichtentechnik, Signal-verarbeitung, Kommunikationsnetze, Mathematik
    Programmiererfahrung und Kenntnisse in der Simulation nachrichtentechnischer Systeme, z.B. mittels Matlab
    Gute Deutsch- und Englischkenntnisse
    Engagement, selbständige Arbeitsweise, Eigeninitiative und Teamfähigkeit
    Bereitschaft zur Betreuung von Studien-, Diplom-, Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten
    Bereitschaft zur Kooperation mit Partnern aus der Wissenschaft und der Industrie.
    Geboten werden eine Tätigkeit auf einem interessanten und hochaktuellen Arbeitsgebiet und ein von hoher Motivation geprägtes Arbeitsklima.

    Das Erbringen der Dienstleistung dient zugleich der wissenschaftlichen Qualifizierung der Bewerberin/des Bewerbers. Gelegenheit zur Vorbereitung einer Promotion wird gegeben.

    Die Technische Universität Darmstadt strebt eine Erhöhung des Anteils der Frauen am Personal an und fordert deshalb besonders Frauen auf, sich zu bewerben. Bewerberinnen oder Bewerber mit einem Grad der Behinderung von mindestens 50 oder diesen Gleichgestellte werden bei gleicher Eignung bevorzugt. Die Vergütung erfolgt nach dem Tarifvertrag für die Technische Universität Darmstadt (TV – TU Darmstadt). Teilzeitbeschäftigung ist grundsätzlich möglich.

    Bewerbungen mit aussagekräftigen Unterlagen senden Sie bitte per E-Mail oder per Post unter Angabe der Kenn-Nummer an Technische Universität Darmstadt, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Anja Klein, Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik, FG Kommunikationstechnik, Merckstr. 25, 64283 Darmstadt, Email a.klein@nt.tu-darmstadt.de


    Vị trí thứ hai:

    http://www.kt.tu-darmstadt.de/fachgebiet_kt/jobs_kt/jobs_3_nt_kt.de.jsp
    Im Fachgebiet Kommunikationstechnik am Institut für Nachrichtentechnik des Fachbereichs Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik ist die Stelle für eine/einen

    Wiss. Mitarbeiterin/Mitarbeiter
    in einem zunächst auf 3 Jahre befristeten Arbeitsverhältnis (Forschungsvorhaben) zu besetzen.

    Am Fachgebiet Kommunikationstechnik befassen wir uns in Forschung und Lehre mit Verfahren der drahtlosen Kommunikation in zukünftigen Mobilfunk- und Sensornetzen.

    Die OFDMA (Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access) Übertragungstechnik ist ein viel versprechender Kandidat für zukünftige Mobilfunksysteme. Sie ermöglicht eine effiziente Anpassung an die Kanalbedingungen, indem die verschiedenen Subträger verschiedenen Nutzern in Zeit und Frequenz zugewiesen werden. Diese günstige Eigenschaft soll nun auch in drahtlosen Ad Hoc- und Sensornetzen, bei denen Informationen drahtlos in einem Netzwerk über mehrere Hops übertragen werden, ausgenutzt werden. Anstatt die Information immer nur an einen Knoten zu senden, der wiederum die Information nur an einen Knoten weiterleitet (sog. Routing), soll nun die Information an mehrere Knoten innerhalb eines Korridors aus Weiterleitungsknoten mit Hilfe von OFDMA übertragen werden (sog. corridor-based Routing). Somit kann bei vorhandener Kanalkenntnis am Sendeknoten die Information opportunistisch an den Knoten weitergeleitet werden, der auf dem gegebenen Subträger die besten Kanalbedingungen besitzt. Der Gewinn durch diese Mehrknoten-Diversität muss jedoch mit einem erhöhten Signalisierungsaufwand erkauft werden, um u.a. den Korridor aufzubauen und aufrecht zu erhalten.

    Ziel der Arbeit ist die Entwicklung, Implementierung und Untersuchung verschiedener corridor-based Routing-Ansätze auf PHY- und MAC-Ebene. Folgende Szenarien sollen betrachtet werden: (1) statische Korridore, (2) dynamisch sich an äußere Bedingungen anpassende Korridore, sowie (3) das Zusammenwirken mehrerer Korridore.

    Das Projekt wird in Kooperation mit einem Partner durchgeführt, der corridor-based Routing von der Netzwerkschicht betrachtet. Gemeinsam soll eine schichtenübergreifende Lösung erarbeitet werden.

    Anforderungsprofil:
    Mit überdurchschnittlichen Leistungen abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium in Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik oder in einer verwandten Fachrichtung, z.B. Physik, Informatik oder Mathematik mit technischer Orientierung
    Fundiertes Wissen auf einem oder mehreren der folgenden Gebiete: Nachrichtentechnik, Signalverarbeitung, Kommunikationsnetze, Datentechnik, Mathematik
    Programmiererfahrung und Kenntnisse in der Simulation nachrichtentechnischer Systeme, z.B. mittels Matlab
    Gute Deutsch- und Englischkenntnisse
    Engagement, selbständige Arbeitsweise, Eigeninitiative und Teamfähigkeit
    Bereitschaft zur Betreuung von Studien-, Diplom-, Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten
    Bereitschaft zur Kooperation mit Partnern aus der Wissenschaft und der Industrie.
    Geboten werden eine Tätigkeit auf einem interessanten und hochaktuellen Arbeitsgebiet und ein von hoher Motivation geprägtes Arbeitsklima.

    Das Erbringen der Dienstleistung dient zugleich der wissenschaftlichen Qualifizierung der Bewerberin/des Bewerbers. Gelegenheit zur Vorbereitung einer Promotion wird gegeben.

    Die Technische Universität Darmstadt strebt eine Erhöhung des Anteils der Frauen am Personal an und fordert deshalb besonders Frauen auf, sich zu bewerben. Bewerberinnen oder Bewerber mit einem Grad der Behinderung von mindestens 50 oder diesen Gleichgestellte werden bei gleicher Eignung bevorzugt. Die Vergütung erfolgt nach dem Tarifvertrag für die Technische Universität Darmstadt (TV – TU Darmstadt). Teilzeitbeschäftigung ist grundsätzlich möglich.

    Bewerbungen mit aussagekräftigen Unterlagen senden Sie bitte per E-Mail oder per Post unter Angabe der Kenn-Nummer an Technische Universität Darmstadt, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Anja Klein, Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik, FG Kommunikationstechnik, Merckstr. 25, 64283 Darmstadt E-Mail: a.klein@nt.tu-darmstadt.de
     

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