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With 5800 students in economics and technology and 600 employees, we are shaping the future. We are driven by success in practice-oriented teaching, applied research and continu-ing academic education.
Create this future with us as a
Research Associate (m/f/d) Applied Spectroscopy and Measurement Technology
(fulltime PhD position)
Centre for Applied Research / Institute for Innovative Mobility
(Reference number P-19122/THI/02)
- Evaluation of new lab based measurement principles for application within reliability analysis
- Development of analysis methods for non-destructive quality and reliability testing
- Development of in-line and in-situ monitoring technology for electronic components and systems (e.g. Raman spectroscopy, infrared spectroscopy, transient thermal analysis)
- Physics of failure based and big data driven pass/fail criteria development
- Reliability and failure analysis of electronic components
- Master’s degree in electrical engineering, physics, microsystem technology, mecha-tronics, mechanical engineering, information technologies, mathematics or similar subjects
- Experience in spectroscopy and electrical measurement technologies
- Ideal would be experience in optics and RF/HF technology
- Experiences in modelling of complex application
- Signal processing and data evaluation
- Experience in programming languages (ideally C++)
- Ideal but not mandatory are experiences in artificial intelligence
- Self-driven, creative, ambitious, proactive, team orientated
- Structured work methods and scientific approach
- English fluently (written and spoken) and ideally also German
This is a temporary full-time position initially limited until 30. November 2021. The remunera-tion shall be in line with the German industrial agreement TV-L salary group 13. An extension of the position is aspired. The possibility of a cooperative doctorate will be supported.
- a modern workplace in central location
- a family-friendly working conditions with flexible working hours
- an exciting and lively working environment
- extensive learning an training opportunities
Part-time work is basically possible for all our positions if these are staffed full-time through job-sharing.
Individuals with disabilities of the same suitability will be favoured for these positions. We ex-pressly welcome applications from women (Section 7 Subsection 3 BayGIG (Bavarian Wom-en’s Equality Law)).
Electronic applications are requested. Please send your detailed portfolio (Curriculum Vitae, copies of certificates and supporting documents about former employment) stating the ref-erence number as a PDF file by 22. August 2019 to email@example.com. For further information contact Prof. Dr. Gordon Elger (firstname.lastname@example.org).