under the reserve that funds are granted - part-time employment may be possible
Collaboration in the funded research project CRTX.
CRTX is a joint project of the Berlin SME circular.fashion, the TU Berlin and the FU Berlin. The aim of the project is to create the basis for fibre-to-fibre recycling by means of AI and spectroscopy-based automated detection of raw materials and pollutants. By combining classical UV-VIS-NIR spectroscopy and Raman spectroscopy a reliable optical detection method for the identification of the material composition and contamination of old textiles shall be developed.
Successfully completed university degree (Master, Diplom or equivalent) and doctorate in physics, polymer sciences, chemistry or a comparable discipline
At least three years of scientific or professional work in a full-time employment relationship after graduation
Long-term experience in polymer and molecular physics. In-depth knowledge of spectroscopic methods, especially Raman spectroscopy and/or ultrafast spectroscopy, and their application to polymers and dyes
Further prerequisites are knowledge of chemometric analysis strategies for automated data evaluation as well as knowledge of at least one common programming language (e.g. Python, C/C++) for lab control
Strong ability to work independently; high degree of creativity as well as problem oriented learning, ability to abstract modelling; experience with teamwork in interdisciplinary projects
Experience in acquiring funding; experience in publishing research results and presenting them at conferences
Excellent written and spoken English skills; good German language skills are required; willingness to expand German language skills
Desirable qualifications are:
Technical knowledge of textiles and their recycling, experience with machine learning methods, experience with methods of pollutant analysis, experience in computer-aided design and simulation of optics and mechanics (CAD, FEA, optical design). Further desirable qualifications are technical knowledge of textiles and their recycling, experience with machine learning methods, experience with methods of pollutant analysis, experience in computer-aided design and simulation of optics and mechanics (CAD, FEA, Optical Design).
For questions and information please contact Dr. Karsten Pufahl by e-mail (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
How to apply:
Please send your application with the reference number and the usual documents (single pdf file, max. 5 MB) by email to Prof. Dr. Ulrike Woggon (email@example.com).
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To ensure equal opportunities between women and men, applications by women with the required qualifications are explicitly desired. Qualified individuals with disabilities will be favored. The TU Berlin values the diversity of its members and is committed to the goals of equal opportunities.
Technische Universität Berlin - Der Präsident - Fakultät II, Institut für Optik und Atomare Physik, Prof. Dr. Ulrike Woggon, Sekr. ER 1-1, Straße des 17. Juni 135, 10623 Berlin