Stellenangebote

26. Oktober 2021
The INM Energy Materials Group, in collaboration with the InnovationCenter INM, explores the application of novel batteries and sustainable technologies. For our research on electrochemical methods for battery recycling, we seek a Postdoctoral Researcher (m/f/d) For new materials and processes for battery recycling (desired starting date: January 1st, 2022, salary level 13 TV-L, 39,5h/week, contract limited to two years, with possible extension).Details…
15. Oktober 2021
The INM Program Division Energy Materials is at the forefront of exploring and applying novel electrode materials for batteries, supercapacitors, and hybrid devices. An exciting development is the transition towards predictive tools to advance electrochemical energy storage technologies. Digitalization of material and processing parameters enables digital twinning and a new era of high-throughput and optimized research. In a new project funded by BMBF (German Ministry for Research) within the ProZell consortium, we are seeking to fill an open position for a Ph.D. student (male / female / diverse).Details…
14. Oktober 2021
Das INM und die Universität des Saarlandes suchen zum Januar 2023 eine/n Wissenschaftliche/n Geschäftsführer/in und Gruppenleiter/in (m/w/d) für das INM, verbunden mit der Professur für Neue Materialien in der Naturwissenschaftlich-technischen Fakultät der Universität. Bewerbungsfrist: 25.11.2021. Details…
04. Oktober 2021
Zum 01.11.2021 suchen wir zur Mitarbeit in unserer Gebäudetechnik eine studentische Hilfskraft mit 12 Stunden pro Woche.Details…
10. September 2021
The INM – Leibniz-Institut für Neue Materialien is looking for a MASTER STUDENT (at least 6 months, full-time) who would be interested in doing the thesis in the research group of Bioprogrammable Materials. Details…
06. August 2021
INM’s research group Electrofluids investigates a new kind of materials consisting of electrically conductive particles suspended in insulating liquid matrices that form percolating networks with the aim of their integration in soft materials for applications like sensors, wearables, and robotics. The group studies the interplay between particle-particle friction, contact resistance, percolation, bulk resistance, and suspension viscosity. In our project funded by ERC (European Research Council), we are seeking a PhD Student (m/f/d) in the field of materials for soft electronics. Details…
30. Juli 2021
The INM Energy Materials Group, in collaboration with the InnovationCenter INM, explores the application of novel nanomaterials with a specific focus on the rapidly growing 2D material family of MXene. We seek a Ph.D. student (m/f/d) in the field of MXene synthesis. Details…
05. Juli 2021
In a joint Campus-initiative with Saarland University and the HIPS-Helmholtz Institute for Pharmaceutical Research Saarland, we jointly aim to expand our activities in the field of therapeutic materials and seek an Independent Junior Group Leader (M/F/D) for (Living) Therapeutic Materials Details…
04. Mai 2021
The INM's research group Dynamic Biomaterials develops hydrogels to encapsulate and interface living cells. One exciting research line involves synthetic hydrogels containing light-responsive functionalities, and their application as cell-instructive materials for in vivo cell-based therapies for regeneration. To fully develop these materials into future technologies and therapies, we are looking for a PhD candidate interested in interdisciplinary and translational work between medical and materials sciences. This project is embedded in a collaboration between INM and medical partners at University Clinic Homburg. PhD Student Tissue engineering and/or cell therapies (M/F/D) Details…
17. April 2021
The INM research group Bioprogrammable Materials is looking for an enthusiastic PhD student with a background in biomaterials or experimental biophysics with experience in handling bacteria. We have an exciting project on developing hydrogel-based artificial biofilms for studying the effects of physical confinement on bacterial behavior.Details…
24. März 2021
INM’s research group Electrofluids investigates a new kind of materials consisting of electrically conductive particles suspended in insulating liquid matrices that form percolating networks with the aim of their integration in soft materials for applications like sensors, wearables, and robotics. The group studies the interplay between particle-particle friction, contact resistance, percolation, bulk resistance, and suspension viscosity. In our project funded by ERC (European Research Council), we are seeking a Postdoctoral Researcher (m/f/d) in the field of materials for soft electronics. Details…