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2021-01-18 [

G. Canek

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Ausschreibung PreDoc Researcher in Control Engineering

We are looking for several junior research employees (predoctoral scientists) to expand our work group of Control and Process Automation at initially 30hrs/week. A later extension to a full-time position (40hrs/week) in cooperative research projects is possible and desired.

We offer an interesting and challenging job at the TU Wien with a focus on modern control engineering methods (modelling & system identification, simulation, linear & non-linear control, optimisation) with the possibility to write a dissertation.

 

Your profile:

  • Completed (or advanced) relevant studies, e. g. mathematics, physics, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, process engineering or mechatronics  
  • High degree of motivation and commitment  
  • Ability to work in a team  

Your areas of responsibility:

  • Scientific work in our research team
  • Direct contact and cooperation with renowned industry partners in research projects
  • Preparation of scientific publications and conference presentations
  • Cooperation in university teaching  

Your advantages:

  • Full-time employment as part of a multi-year research project
  • Possibility of obtaining a doctorate (Dr. techn.)

Please send us your detailed application documents (including a letter of motivation and curriculum vitae) via email to career.E325@tuwien.ac.at at your earliest convenience, but latest until January 29th, 2021. Please direct any queries to this e-mail address.

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Contact:

Univ. Prof. Dr. Stefan Jakubek

TU Wien
Institute of Mechanics and Mechatronics
Getreidemarkt 9/E325
1060 Vienna, AUSTRIA

 

For the advertised position (full-time), the collective agreement tariff for project assistants, salary group B 1, § 49 (3) KV applies. The advertised position is subject to a minimum basic salary of EUR 2,929.00 gross per month. The university strives to increase the proportion of women, particularly in management positions and among scientific and artistic staff, and therefore expressly encourages qualified women to apply. Applicants who are equally suitable as the most suitable competitor will be accepted as a priority, unless the reasons for their application lie in the person of a competitor. Disabled persons with appropriate qualifications are explicitly invited to apply.