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Research Scientist (f/m) Topic: "Research and education in the area of crystalline inorganic materials for micro-/optoelectronics applications"
Leibniz Institute for Crystal Growth
The Leibniz Institute for Crystal Growth (IKZ) is a leading research institution in the area of crystal growth of
technologically important materials for micro-, opto- and power electronics, sensors, optics and laser technology.
This ranges from explorative fundamental research to pre-industrial development. It is part of Forschungsverbund
Berlin e.V. and a member of the Leibniz Association.
We are presently offering a
Research Scientist (m/f)
"Research and education in the area
of crystalline inorganic materials for
The Leibniz Institute for Crystal Growth in Berlin Adlershof is seeking a talented scientist to establish in collaboration
with the Physics Department at HU Berlin a Nanolithography Centre to explore and evaluate novel functional crystalline materials
with respect to potential micro-/optoelectronics applications. The successful candidate is a highly independently working personality
with an excellent knowledge of materials processing towards device test structures, including detailed experience on materials
characterization, surface science and solid state physics of crystalline materials. Proven capability to acquire third party
funds from public sources (e.g. DFG, AvH etc.) and/or private sector (e.g. industry, foundations etc.) is of central importance.
Applicants should hold a Diploma or an MSc degree in physics, crystallography, materials science or related discipline with a
strong experimental background. Furthermore, the candidate is active on lectures about the fundamentals of growth and properties
of crystalline materials as well as their applications in modern societies; networking within Berlin-Brandenburg research and
education area by collaborations with partners is particularly welcomed.
The employment will be limited to two years and paid according to the TVöD Bund (Treaty for German public service). Among equally
qualified applicants, preference will be given to disabled candidates. The IKZ is an equal opportunity employer and actively supports
reconciliation of work and family life.
We await your informative application with reference to the job number K03/18, including the usual documents, by February 28, 2018. Please send them to: