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For the Institute of Chemical Engineering we are looking for a/an
Academic employee (m/f/d) (PhD candidate)
The central motivation for research at the Institute of Chemical Engineering is the change in energy and raw materials basis. To this end, various projects with a focus on thermal and chemical process engineering are carried out. The research group "Photochemical Reaction Engineering" works on fundamental investigation, optimization and design of photoreactors as well as photochemical processes. In teaching, the institute runs a bachelor's and an international master's course in chemical engineering. We offer an attractive working environment in an innovative research area and support you in your personal development. For our committed and open-minded team, we are looking for an academic employee to support us in research as well as in the education of students. You will have the opportunity to earn a doctorate as part of your employment.
Ulm University with its more than 10,000 students offers varied professional tasks in a highly innovative research, teaching and work environment, at the same time facilitating the reconciliation of work and family in many ways.
We seek to increase the proportion of women in research and teaching and particularly encourages qualified female scientists to apply for this position.
Severely disabled applicants with equal aptitude will be given preferential
Completed studies (M.Sc.) in chemistry (specialization in technical chemistry), chemical engineering or process engineering or comparable
Enjoying scientific questions
Excellent language skills in German and English, both written and spoken
Ability to work in a team, reliability, organizational skills
- Very good computer skills (MS-Office, Origin, etc.); experience with programming languages (Python) desirable
- Experiences related to the mentioned responsibilities are desirable
Handling of scientific questions
Working on a subproject within the Collaborative Research Centre TRR 234 CataLight
Development of reaction engineering concepts for quantitative comparison of photocatalysts using theoretical and experimental methods
Investigation of the influence of transport processes on light-driven catalysis
Assisting in teaching chemical engineering
Seize the opportunity and join us in shaping the future of the University!
Hiring is done by the Central University Administration.
Your contact for further information:
Prof. Dr. Dirk Ziegenbalg, phone +49 731 50-25703
We look forward to your application via our online application portal.