Stellenangebote

21. April 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) in the field of lithium-ion battery recycling 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…
30. März 2021
The INM is expanding its competence and scientific activity to the interface between materials and life sciences, with the purpose of exploring innovative and sustainable ways to design and synthesize functional materials and devices. The field of Engineered Living Materials is of particular relevance for INM, both from a medical and technical perspective. We are seeking for a (JUNIOR) GROUP LEADER for BIOENGINEERED/ LIVING/ SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS Details…
30. März 2021
The INM's research group Dynamic Biomaterials develops polymer materials to provide signals to embedded cells. One exciting research line involves synthetic biointerfaces containing light-responsive molecular motors that can activate cellular processes by applying forces at molecular level. To fully develop this tool, we aim to couple the current biomaterial/biointerface design to molecular technologies to quantify the applied forces by the motor in situ, and also those exerted by the cells in response. This project is part of a 3 years international collaborative project with three other partners with complementary expertise in molecular tools and cell biology. To this end, we are seeking to fill an open position for a Postdoc. 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…
12. März 2021
A postdoctoral position is available at the INM-Leibniz Institute for New Materials in Saarbrücken within the project entitled “Examining long-term response in Trastuzumab-treated metastatic gastric- or gastroesophageal junction cancer patients via molecular HER2 surface and pathway analyses” funded by the German Cancer Aid organization together with the University Medical Center Mannheim. Details…
05. März 2021
Das Institut für Klinisch-Experimentelle Chirurgie der Universität des Saarlandes, Campus Homburg, sucht in enger Kooperation mit dem Leibniz-Institut für Neue Materialien (INM), Campus Saarbrücken, eine Doktorandin/einen Doktoranden (Abschluss: Ph.D., Dr. rer. nat. oder Dr. rer. med.) mit einem abgeschlossenen Hochschulstudium in Humanmedizin, Veterinärmedizin, Biologie oder ähnliches. Details…
25. Februar 2021
Touch and feel are central to our perception of the world and to our well-being. The “Interactive Surfaces” group at INM, led by Roland Bennewitz, develops surfaces with defined microstructure and interface energy to create materials with strong haptic appeal and potential for effective tactile signaling. Our psychophysical projects connect material development, skin friction, and perception. We open two positions:Details…
08. Februar 2021
(starting date: asap, ideally before May 2021, salary level 13 TV-L, 39,5h/week). We are looking for a postdoc to study light-activated molecular motors using Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) and Flow Force Microscopy based on tethered particle motion. Our research group at INM studies mechanics at the molecular scale and reveals fundamental mechanisms of adhesion, friction, and lubrication through cutting-edge experiments.Details…