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YOUR EASIEST CHANCE TO WORK IN GERMANY: Forschungszentrum Jülich is Hiring for 66 Open Positions – PhD Scholarships, Internships, Master Thesis, Research Assistants, Researcher Positions, Permanent Positions, Temporary Positions and Many More

Apply here: Forschungszentrum Jülich is Hiring for 66 Open Positions – PhD Studentships, Internships, Master Thesis, Researcher Positions, Permanent Positions, Temporary Positions and Many More.

About Forschungszentrum Jülich

We want to get young people excited about science and support them in the best possible way. They are the discoverers, idea generators and shapers of tomorrow’s society. Our goal is to attract the best minds in international competition, because diversity enables progress, creativity and opens up new perspectives.

The research centre wants to be a magnet for outstanding scientists, for talented young researchers and for professional supporters of research in administration and infrastructure.

With almost 6,800 employees, it is one of the largest interdisciplinary research centres in Europe. It is a member of the Helmholtz Association. Open, responsible and with vision, our campus is a good place for inspiring exchange between people from all over the world.

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Forschungszentrum Jülich works together with numerous partners from science and industry at the national and international level and does so to the benefit of all involved.

Among the scientifically and strategically most important partners at the moment are RWTH Aachen University, the French Commissariat à l’Énergie Atomique et aux Énergies Alternatives (CEA), Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in the USA and the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) in China.

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Together with RWTH Aachen University, Forschungszentrum Jülich established the Jülich Aachen Research Alliance (JARA) in 2007. JARA is the only cooperative model between a university and non-university research institution in the whole of Germany.

It is funded as part of the Excellence Initiative of the German Federal Government and the federal states. By means of JARA, Forschungszentrum Jülich and RWTH Aachen University want to create synergy effects between university and non-university research.

The topics of the five JARA sections are: brain research (JARA-BRAIN), energy research (JARA-ENERGY), basic physical research (JARA-FAME), information technology (JARA-FIT) and soft matter research (JARA-SOFT).

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Since 2018, the research sections have been complemented by the JARA Center for Simulation and Data Science (JARA-CSD), which emerged from the JARA-HPC section and focuses on simulation and data science. In addition, the cooperation comprises JARA-institutes founded jointly at the Research Centre Jülich and RWTH.

The four JARA institutes launched in 2016 are located in the JARA-FIT and JARA-BRAIN sections. Two each with a focus on information and brain research.

Scientists at Forschungszentrum Jülich cooperate with various universities through numerous projects – whenever expertise can be be brought together to create ideal partnerships. In addition to JARA, Forschungszentrum Jülich also maintains strong alliances with other regional partner universities, in particular the Rhineland universities of Bonn, Cologne, and Düsseldorf.

Within the framework of the Research Alliance Cologne, Cologne University is working on long-term perspectives for collaboration across all topics with regional non-university cooperation partners. Joint strategy development and support for young scientists are important concerns of the alliance, of which Forschungszentrum Jülich is also a member.

In the Bioeconomy Science Center (BioSC), RWTH Aachen University, Heinrich Heine University of Düsseldorf, the University of Bonn, and Forschungszentrum Jülich pool their research activities in the field of bioeconomy. In this centre of excellence, the partners are developing integrative solution approaches to sustainably produce and further process biomass as part of a biomass-based value-adding chain.

Forschungszentrum Jülich networks closely with neighbouring universities. Early-career scientists thus benefit from the systematically structured PhD programmes.

Forschungszentrum Jülich is Hiring for 66 Open Positions – PhD Studentships, Internships, Master Thesis, Researcher Positions, Permanent Positions, Temporary Positions and Many More

Research Associate – Non-invasive imaging of porous media with x-ray computed tomography

IBG-3, Jülich (GER)

Student assistant / Internship – Database development

IEK-10, Jülich (GER)

Research Software Engineer

JSC, Jülich (GER)

PhD Position – Investigation of the stability and corrosion behavior of uranium nitrides

IEK-6, Jülich (GER)

Postdoc – On modelling of multiphase flow in porous media

IEK-6, Jülich (GER)

PhD Position – Influence of Interfaces in Solid State Lithium-Ion Batteries on their performance

IEK-9, Jülich (GER)

PhD Position – Organic and Perovskite solar cells

IEK-11, Erlangen (GER)

PhD position – Investigation of flow of blood in 3D channels that mimic the brain vasculature (Biophysics)

IBI-4, Jülich (GER)

PhD Position – Robust Energy Supply: The impact of disruptive events on the security of supply of the integrated German energy system

IEK-3, Jülich (GER)

Student Assistant – Soil as a sustainable resource

IBG-3, Jülich (GER)

Student Assistant – Increasing agricultural nutrient-use efficiency

IBG-3, Jülich (GER)

Master Thesis – Design and Implementation of a CMOS Low-Power Logic Family for Cryogenic Environment

ZEA-2, Jülich (GER)

Research Internship / Bachelor / Master Thesis – Development of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells and Electrolytic Cells (SOFC/SOEC)

IEK-9, Jülich (GER)

PhD position – Synthesis and structural investigation of self-assembled cluster crystals from DNA-based nano-constructs

IBI-4, Jülich (GER)

PhD position – Improving the stability and efficiency of suspension plasma spraying

IEK-1, Jülich (GER)

PhD Position in Organic Electrosynthesis – Heterogeneous Catalyst under Real-Time Monitoring

IEK-11, Erlangen (GER)

C++ Software Engineer for HPC

JSC, Jülich (GER)

Postdoc – Aptamer Development Scientist

IBI-3, Jülich (GER)

PhD Position – Multi-target Electrochemical Aptamer-based Biosensor for Detection of Respiratory Diseases

IBI-3, Jülich (GER)

Postdoc – Artificial Intelligence in Earth System Science

JSC, Jülich (GER)

PhD Position – Electronic system design and modeling for scalable long-range qubit coupling architecture

ZEA-2, Jülich (GER)

PhD Position – Electronic system design and modeling for qubit initialization and readout in a scalable quantum architecture

ZEA-2, Jülich (GER)

Master Thesis – Manufacture techniques of efficient anodes for iron-air batteries

IEK-9, Jülich (GER)

PhD Position – Pre-Silicon Verification Environment for Neuromorphic Computing Hardware Demonstrators

ZEA-2, Jülich (GER)

Master Thesis: Freight flows in German road transport on a spatio-temporal level

IEK-3, Jülich (GER)

PhD Position – Circular recycling in photovoltaics (PV)

IEK-11, Erlangen (GER)

Postdoc – Circular recycling in photovoltaics (PV)

IEK-11, Erlangen (GER)

PhD Position – Assessment of an innovative process chain for green hydrogen and methanol provision

IEK-3, Jülich (GER)

Bachelor or Master Thesis – Dynamic simulation of hydrogen-enriched natural gas network

IEK-10, Jülich (GER)

Internship – Further development of gas network steady-state simulation tool

IEK-10, Jülich (GER)

PhD position – Mathematical modelling of the soil-root-mycorrhiza system

IBG-3, Jülich (GER)

Software developer position – Cloud Platform Operator / Developer / Administrator

IEK-10, Jülich (GER)

Postdoc – Development and Characterization of Tailormade Materials for Orbital Cinematography

PGI-3, Jülich (GER)

PhD Positions – Development and Characterization of Tailormade Materials for Orbital Cinematography

PGI-3, Jülich (GER)

Postdoc / Research Associate – Development of thin films for solid-state batteries using ALD/CVD/PVD

IEK-9, Jülich (GER)

Postdoc – Development of scalable superconducting quantum systems

PGI-13, Jülich (GER)

Bachelor or Master Thesis on the topic of “Magnetic and structural properties of nanoparticles”

JCNS-2, Jülich (GER)

Master Thesis – Representation of the transformation of the global industrial sector to sustainable energy and material requirements in an energy system model

IEK-3, Jülich (GER)

PhD-Position – Development of scalable superconducting quantum systems

PGI-13, Jülich (GER)

Master Thesis – Membrane-mediated activity of local anesthetics studied by Langmuir techniques

IBI-4, Jülich (GER)

Postdoc in the domain of coherent spin shuttling for scaling semiconductor qubits

PGI-11, Jülich (GER)

Bachelor/Master Student in the field of quantum technologies

PGI-11, Aachen (GER)

PhD position – Thermophoresis of ionic (bio-)compounds and chelating agents

IBI-4, Jülich (GER)

Master Thesis – SiGeSn growth by CVD for optoelectronic applications

PGI-9, Jülich (GER)

PhD Position – Sustainable polymers and membranes for fuel cells and water electrolysis

IEK-11, Erlangen (GER)

Master Thesis – Efficient Markov Chain Monte Carlo Techniques for Studying Large-scale Metabolic Models

IBG-1, Jülich (GER)

PhD position – From controlling quantum processors to variational quantum algorithms

PGI-8, Jülich (GER)

Master Thesis – Impact of crosslinking process on gas adsorption properties of electrospun carbon nanofibers

IEK-9, Jülich (GER)

PhD Position – Cryo-EM of membrane remodeling proteins

ER-C 3, Jülich (GER)

Postdoc – Material bottlenecks of the global energy transition

IEK-3, Jülich (GER)

PhD Position – Molecular-Beam Epitaxy of Magnetically-Doped Topological Insulators

PGI-9, Jülich (GER)

Cryo-EM Scientist

ER-C 3, Jülich (GER)

PhD Position – Development of new UHV Technologies for the “Einstein Telescope for Graviational Waves Detection”

ZEA-1, Jülich (GER)

Master Thesis – Investigating the Electrode Defining Dispersion for PEM Water Electrolyzers

IEK-14, Jülich (GER)

Master thesis on the topic of “Determination of surface recombination velocities at interfaces of perovskite solar cells from photoluminescence measurements”

IEK-5, Jülich (GER)

Master thesis on the topic of “Determination of selective contact properties and selective losses in perovskite solar cells using capacitance methods”

IEK-5, Jülich (GER)

Master Thesis: Characterization of irreversible processes in valence change memory (VCM) cells on a sub-nanosecond time scale

PGI-7, Aachen (GER)

Software Engineer – High Performance Computing / Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning

JSC, Jülich (GER)

Master Thesis – SiGeSn growth by CVD for thermoelectric applications

PGI-9, Jülich (GER)

Postdoc – Artificial Intelligence in Science

JSC, Jülich (GER)

PhD position – Optimal control theory for full-stack superconducting quantum processor

PGI-8, Jülich (GER)

Master Thesis – Degradation analysis of Solid Oxide Cell (SOC) stacks with Machine Learning methods

IEK-9, Jülich (GER)

PhD positions – High-performance Simulation and Optimization of Energy Systems

IEK-10, Jülich (GER)

Lead developer and system architect for full quantum computer software stack

PGI-13, Jülich (GER)

Master Thesis – Techno-Economic Potential of Battery Recycling

IEK-3, Jülich (GER)

Master Thesis – Retrofitting of Cement Production by Superstructure Optimization under Time-Varying Electricity Prices

IEK-10, Jülich (GER)

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