30 Master, PhD and Postdoctoral Positions at Jülich Research Centre, Germany

Master thesis: Feedback regulation of biocatalytic reactions
Internship, Bachelor or Master Thesis: Research and Development on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells and Electrolysis Cells (SOFC/SOEC)
Master thesis: The Development of Safety Factors for Storage Capacities Based on Markov Chains
Master thesis: Development of the energy demand of drive architectures for different means of transport
Master Thesis: Mechanobiological investigation of pro-invasive adaption of bladder cancer cells upon mechanical strain
PhD position – Spin selectivity of chiral molelcules on surfaces
Novel Synthesis Processes, Polymers and Membranes for PEM Fuel Cells and Electrolysers
PhD position – Measuring and modelling vegetation traits
PhD Position – Root Phenotyping
PhD position – Microbial Biotechnology
Postdoc – Cryo-EM specialist
Qualified Electrician
Scientific Software Developer with a focus on neuroscience community engagement
Head of a young investigator group in battery research
Research technician or life scientist for Parkinson`s disease research
Structural biology scientist – Protein purification
Scientist in the field of optical remote sensing of vegetation
Scientific staff for HPC Application Support
Postdoc for optical interfaces to electrically controlled spin qubits
Tenure track research group leader in experimental solid state quantum computing
Head of User Office of the neutron research source
Postdoc – Hydrology, Meteorology or Climate Sciences
HPC Software and Community Developer for Deep / Machine Learning
Two Researchers and HPC Software Engineers for Deep / Machine Learning
Scientific Team Leader, Researcher Deep Learning / AI
PostDoc or PhD position in the field of condensed matter research with neutrons
Director for the PGI – Institute for Quantum Computing (PGI-13) appointed as Professor for Quantum Computing (W3, Jülicher Modell) at RWTH Aachen University, Department of Physics
Research scientist in the field of Bioinformatics and Data Management
Two Directors of the Peter Grünberg Institute, Forschungszentrum Jülich – Institute of Neuromorphic Computing, to be appointed as Professors (W3) in the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at RWTH Aachen University

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