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Scientist (f/m/d) for Zernike Phase Contrast Nano Tomography of Polymer Batteries

Reference No.: CE 2023/26

Within the DFG Priority Program Polymer-based Batteries (SPP 2248), in which about 50 people collaborate on the development of novel polymer battery electrodes, we are searching for you for the topic Tomographic characterization of structure-property relationships of polymer-based battery electrodes. You will play a central role in the network of the 3D characterization of the novel polymer materials produced. State-of-the-art tomographic imaging techniques will be used to investigate the 3D structures/morphologies in order to better understand the functional relationships to battery properties. Your goal is to optimize the 3D structures of the electrodes and thus contribute to overcoming the current major hurdles to the development of long-lasting, improved polymer batteries.
An overview of the project can be found here.

You will work in the group for Tomographic Imaging Techniques at the Institute for Electrochemical Energy Storage. The group consists of an interdisciplinary team from physics, chemistry, materials science and engineering and works on cutting-edge topics in the field of batteries, fuel cells and hydrogen generation as well as on the development of novel imaging measurement and 3D evaluation techniques.

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Fixed term contract for 12 months. The salary is based on the Collective Agreement for the German Public Service (TVöD-Bund).

How to apply

We look forward to receiving your application via our application management system by 03.03.2024. For reasons of data protection regulations, we are unfortunately unable to consider applications that reach us by other means (such as email or mail) in the application process.

We very much want our workplace to be diverse, and welcome applications from people with different backgrounds. It is our mission to promote equal opportunities and to improve women’s representation in the workforce. We are therefore very interested in receiving applications from women. Where the qualifications are met, we will give preference to people with disabilities.

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