The Max-Planck Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH is dedicated to basic research on structural metallic alloys with a focus on steels. The institute is equally financed by the Max-Planck Society and the Steel Institute VDEh. We aim at an improved understanding of the complex physical processes, chemical reactions, and properties of structural metallic materials using advanced characterization, theory, and processing methods.
Momentan sind keine abteilungsübergreifenden Stellenangebote verfügbar.
The department 'Structure and Nano-/ Micromechanics of Materials' is offering a group leader position for the Advanced Transmission Electron Microscopy facilities. Application deadline: 5th January 2015. PDF doc with more information.
Please use this link for more Open Positions in our Departments
The institute offers various possibilities for doing a master or a PhD in the field of modern material sciences.
In order to do a master, please choose one of our research fields and a research topic if possible. Having one in mind you can directly contact one of our research group leaders who is working in the same field.
Their names and groups are listed up here.
For doing a PhD you can either use the same way as for doing a master thesis or you can apply at our doctoral programme. This doctoral programme offers a unique combination of excellent research conditions plus an intensive and interdisciplinary teaching programme.
More information and the application form are available here.
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