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Doctoral Candidate (f/m/d) specializing in Physics, Applied Mathematics or a relevant Engineering Science
Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)
Braunschweig und Berlin Nationales Metrologieinstitut
The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) is the National Metrology Institute of the Federal Republic of Germany with scientific and technical service tasks. It furthers progress and reliability in metrology for society, the economy and science.
The PTB in Berlin-Adlershof uses synchrotron radiation from the electronen storage rings Metrology Light Source (MLS) and BESSY II for metrology at own beamlines. The progressing miniaturization, especially in semiconductor fabrication, presents new challenges for metrology. For the further development of appropriate measuring techniques, Department 7.2 "X-ray measurement technology with synchrotron radiation" of Division 7 is looking for a
specializing in physics, applied mathematics or
a relevant engineering science
to join us as soon as possible. The position is available on the basis of a 3-year fixed-term contract. The renumeration will be in accordance with renumeration group 13 TVöD Bund (85 %). You will be employed at our Berlin-Adlershof site.
Focus: Characterization of nanomaterials with the help of X-ray spectrometry under grazing incidence or grazing detection
Grazing incidence or grazing exit X-ray fluorescence (GIXRF / GEXRF) is used at PTB to characterize different nanostructures, from simple layers to three-dimensional structures. PTB's own measurement setups enable dimensional characterization and traceable quantification of the different elements present in a sample. These measuring principles are to be further developed especially for state-of-the-art applications in the semiconductor industry.
Independent conception, execution and data evaluation of X-ray spectrometric experiments
Modeling and simulation of electromagnetic fields using numerical methods
Determination of measurement uncertainties by means of stochastic calculations (for example Monte Carlo method)
Application and further development of methods of machine learning and uncertainty determination
Diploma or Master with a degree in physics or an adjoining subject with a strong interest in physical experiments and modeling
Knowledge and practical experience in at least one of the following desirable fields: X-ray experimental research and related methods (e.g. X-ray fluorescence analysis, X-ray reflectometry or scattering), finite element methods
Programming skills (such as Python) and interest in developing theoretical models through proprietary software solutions
independent, structured way of working
strong team and communication skills
good command of spoken and written German and English
Willingness to travel within Germany and abroad
For further information, please contact:
Dr. P. Hönicke, phone: +49 30 3481-7174, e-mail: email@example.com or
Dr. B. Beckhoff, phone: +49 30 3481-7170, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Click here to learn more about our department.
PTB promotes the professional equality of women and men and is thus especially interested in applications from women. Within the scope of the official feasibilities, PTB offers flexible part-time work schemes in order to support in particular the compatibility of family and profession. Disabled persons will be given priority, if they have the same occupational aptitude.
Are you interested?
Then we are looking forward to your application. Please use our online application form
or send your application to the following postal address:
-Institut Berlin- Reference No. 19-86-7
Unfortunately, we cannot accept applications sent via e-mail.
The closing date for applications is 24 November 2019.
Click here to learn more about PTB: www.ptb.de.