IGK 2495 “Energy Conversion Systems: From Materials to Devices” at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg offers 12 doctoral researcher positions for various projects related to electro-mechanical and electro-optical energy harvesting systems, including material synthesis, characterization, device integration, and material simulation.
a vibrant research environment, where you will work collaboratively with an international team of scientists and engineers on various aspects of electro-optical-mechanical materials and devices. The international training group will offer a variety of educational and training activities to support doctoral researchers during their projects as well as develop intercultural training. As part of each project, an extended research stay at our partner institute Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan is expected. We strive for an open and inclusive research environment.
highly motivated doctoral researchers with an MSc, or equivalent, in materials science, chemistry, mechanical engineering, physics, mathematics, or electrical engineering. Ideal candidates have clearly demonstrated excellence through their academic record and timely completion of BSc and MSc studies, in addition to having established interest and experience in the scientific area related to the IGK. Proficient oral and written communication skills in English are required, as well as teamwork and interpersonal skills.
should include a CV, a letter of motivation, academic transcripts and certificates, a letter of recommendation, and, if necessary, a letter detailing any other pertinent information, such as prolonged delays in study or significant extracurricular activities. Please note which project or projects (max. 3) you are interested in applying for; more information about individual projects can be found at https://www.igk2495.fau.de/. Applications should be electronically sent by 17.07.2022 to Prof. Dr. Kyle Webber (IGK2495email@example.com).