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The Freiburg Materials Research Center (FMF) is offering a position for a scientist to do a PhD work in theoretical materials research. | term for filing application: 14.08.2020
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The Freiburg Materials Research Center (FMF) is offering a position for a

scientist to do a PhD work in theoretical materials research.
Part-time position (80 %), Start-date: At the earliest possible date.

The FMF and partners in Karlsruhe and Freiburg are conducting both experimental and theoretical research on

“Electrode materials for Lithium ion batteries”

within a project funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). The purpose of this project is the development of crystalline network structures with low mechanical deformability at high ionic conductivity. The partners of the FMF are at the Institute for Applied Materials of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and at the Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials IWM in Freiburg.

Relationships between crystal structure, ionic conductivity, and mechanical deformability of such electrode materials as function of the chemical composition are investigated at the FMF and the IWM (group “Materials Modeling”) by means of first-principles calculations with density functional theory (DFT) and atomistic simulations with empirical interatomic potentials.

For this theoretical task as a PhD work we are looking for a

Theoretical Physicist or Chemist.  

As applicant, you have got an academic degree in Physics or Chemistry which entitles you for PhD admission in Physics at the University of Freiburg. You are well trained and skilled in scientific research, highly interested and knowledgeable in theoretical solid-state physics and computer simulations, and motivated to collaborate in an interdisciplinary team.

The contract duration for this PhD position will be initially 2 years. The salary will be determined in accordance with TV-L E13.
We are particularly pleased to receive applications from women for the position advertised here.

Please send your application including supporting documents mentioned above citing the reference number 00001134, by 14.08.2020 at the latest. Please send your application to the following address in written or electronic form:
Universität Freiburg
Freiburger Materialforschungszentrum
Stefan-Maier-Str. 21
79104 Freiburg
E-Mail:
christian.elsaesser@iwm.fraunhofer.de
For further information, please contact Prof. Christian Elsässer on the phone number +49 761 5142286 or E-Mail christian.elsaesser@iwm.fraunhofer.de.
General and legal remarks:
Full-time positions may generally be split up into two or more part-time positions, provided that there are no formal or legal barriers. Candidates are selected in accordance with the provisions of the AGG (Allgemeines Gleichbehandlungsgesetz - German General Equal Treatment Act).
Applicants with disabilities (Schwerbehinderte Menschen) will be given preferential consideration in case of equal qualification.
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