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PhD position (f/m) Multi-material design for micro-stereolithography for cell biology and cell-free biotechnology
Published(450 days ago)
Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e.V.Dresden
Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e. V.
Job advertisement No. 005 / 2018
At the Institute of Physical Chemistry and Polymer Physics (Division Nanostructured Materials), research group Polymer
Micro(bio)reactors / ThieleLab - subject to the financial allocation -
PhD position (m/f):
Multi-material design for micro-stereolithography
for cell biology and cell-free biotechnology
We are part of the DFG Graduate School 1865, an interdisciplinary network of research groups from TU Dresden
and Leibniz IPF Dresden developing novel hydrogel-based microsystems. Here, the ThieleLab (
https://thielelab.com) focuses on the design of multifunctional polymer materials as experimental platform for processes
and functions in biotechnology and cell biology.
The PhD position is devoted to develop switchable 4D materials by additive manufacturing. In a holistic approach,
the candidate will synthesize tailored resins, process these by novel 3D-printing tools to yield complex polymer structures
(„From resins to components“). Yearly summer schools organized by the GRK will deepen the candidate’s expertise in bioand material sciences as well as engineering.
Suitable candidates with a master degree in chemistry, engineering (or similar) are skilled in:
Additive manufacturing based on stereolithography (e.g. Envisiontec P4 Mini, Cerafab 7500, Asiga Pico2)
Experience in AutoCAD and LabVIEW as well as COMSOL Multiphysics is a plus. It is expected that the applicant shows excellent communication skills in English - German is an asset.
Starting date: 01.04.2018 Duration: 31.03.2021
Salary: According to German pay grade TV-L EG 13 (65 %)
Professional questions about this position can be addressed to:
Mr. Dr. Julian Thiele firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send your CV, a copy of degrees and scores, recommendation letters and a brief statement why you would like to apply to this particular job offer to the Department of Human Resources (with the Number 005-2018):
Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e.V.
Mrs. Susanne Otto
Head of Human Resources
Hohe Straße 6 / 01069
Dresden Germany email@example.com
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