Vacancy No. 38/2019

Scientist (m/f/d) development of correlative characterization

In the field of physics, chemistry or materials science / 50% part-time

Job description

You will be responsible for developing and implementing a sample transfer approach for the correlation of in-situ Raman / IR measurements with 3D-FIB and TEM, and assist in the development of a data management concept to fulfill the FAIR principles for correlative characterization. In addition, you will illustrate the capabilities of correlative characterization experimentally using catalysis as an application area. You will publish the results in scientific journals and present them at international conferences.
The opportunity for a doctorate is given.

There will be the possibility to work towards a PhD.

Personal qualification

You have a university degree (Diplom (Uni) / Master) in the field of physics, chemistry or materials science. In addition, you have basic knowledge of materials science, fundamental physical knowledge in imaging and spectroscopic characterization methods based on IR / Raman and electron microscopy as well as analytical skills for the solution of physical and technical issues. A team-working approach, good command of spoken and written English and your interest in IT and chemical process technology complete your profile.


Salary category 13, depending on the fulfillment of professional and personal requirements

Organizational unit

Institute of Nanotechnology (INT)

Starting date


Contract duration

limited to 3 years

Application up to


Contact person in line-management

For further information, please contact Dr. Kübel, phone: +49 721 608 28970.


Please apply online using the button below for this vacancy number 38/2019 .
Personnel Support is provided by 

Ms Schuhmacher
phone: +49 721 608-25011,

Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1, 76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany

We prefer to balance the number of employees (m/f/d). Therefore we kindly ask female applicants to apply for this job.

If qualified, severely disabled persons will be preferred.