As a member of the Miniaturisation team your research will involve: • Develop new microtechnology systems for cell biology research. • Analyse cells within the microfabricated environments. • Present data at international conferences and the preparation of publications. The successful applicant will have a strong background in either engineering or analytical chemistry. An interest in microfluidics, surface chemistry, cell biology and/or imaging would be an advantage. We are looking for an enthusiastic scientist with excellent communication skills and a strong interest in working within a multidisciplinary team. The applicant must hold a Masters, Diploma or equivalent degree in science or engineering that allows direct admission for doctoral studies in Germany. The degree should include an experimental research experience of at least four months. Applications by those awaiting the award of their degree are welcome.Non-residents who apply for this job will receive help from the institute to find accommodation. Disabled applicants are welcome. ISAS is an equal opportunities employer and is therefore interested in applications from women.
Non-residents who apply for this job will receive help from the institute to find accommodation. Disabled applicants are welcome. ISAS is an equal opportunities employer and is therefore interested in applications from women. The salary will be according to the German TV-L (EG 13). This position is a 60% part-time work and is offered for one year with the possibility of extension for a further two years.