We are hiring for 01.10.2024!
Five more PhD positions in quantum science within the DFG-funded International Research Training Group GRK 2676 ‘Imaging quantum systems (IQS): photons, molecules, materials’.
The school has been established between the universities of Rostock in Germany, and Ottawa and Calgary in Canada, with the possibility to obtain a co-tutelle PhD. In their applications, interested candidates shall select three potential PhD projects provided in the projects section. Selection of the successful candidates will consist of a two-step process: an initial selection of candidates who will be invited for interviews, followed by a final selection of the fellows, each working on an individual project. The employment contract is limited to three years. Formally each position is a "Research Assistant (EG 13 75% TV-L pay scheme, qualification as PhD)". Application deadline: May 31, 2024. The link to the official call for applications will be posted here early this year.
- Research within the IRTG IQS on a specific science project
- 6-12 Months visit to one of the Canadian partner institutions
- Very good university degree (Diploma/Master or equivalent) in Quantum Science or related subject (physics, engineering etc)
- Good knowledge of experimental/theoretical quantum science
- Willingness to work towards further scientific qualification is required
- Willingness to work in a team is essential
- Very good English language skills
- A multi-facetted, diverse and challenging occupation in a university that is rich in tradition but at the same time innovative, modern and family-friendly, being situated in a lively city at the Baltic Sea
- Employment relationship according to the provisions of the collective agreement for the public service of the federal states (TV-L)
- A salary according to 13 TV-L if the personal and tariff prerequisites are fulfilled
- Part-time employment
- 30 days annual vacation
- Flexible working hours
- Dual PhD degree via co-tutelle agreement possible
- Various offers for health promotion and for the compatibility of family and work, e.g. through our family office or our health management URgesund
- Variety of training opportunities, including language courses, IT courses, seminars for professional development
- Discounted participation in the extensive range of university sports
Please, see the offical call for details on the application procedure and legal issues.
For further questions, please, contact us under:
Institute of Physics: Prof. Dr. Stefan Scheel, +49(0)381 4986920
Staff service: Kati Barth, +49(0)381 4981312