Research Associate / PhD student Physical Organic Chemistry • TU Dresden • Dresden

Research Associate / PhD student Physical Organic Chemistry • TU Dresden • Dresden, Germany.

Number of vacancies 1
running time as soon as possible for 3 years
Application deadline ends on Jan 08, 2021
financing Yes
Type of doctorate
  • Doctorate – individual supervisor
subject area
  • Mathematics / natural sciences
Area of ​​Expertise Physical organic chemistry
Description of the doctoral offer At the TU Dresden, Faculty of Chemistry and Food Chemistry, there is now a position at the professorship for physical organic chemistry as a

research assistant / doctoral candidate
(if personal requirements E 13 TV-L are met)

with 50% of the regular weekly rate Working time for three years (duration of employment according to WissZeitVG) with the aim of further academic qualification (usually doctorate).

Tasks: scientific teaching a. Research activities, independent and cooperative qualification through a scientific research activity in the field of organometallic chemistry; Synthesis and application of new organometallic compounds, especially the late transition metals for investigating excited states, for use as emitters in OLEDs and as catalysts for various reactions; Synthesis of new heterocyclic ligands and matrix materials to vary the properties of OLEDs; Application of new ionic liquids in catalysis; Familiarization with the subject-specific tasks through literature studies and specification of the individual objectives; Working on the doctoral project in close cooperation with potential project partners; Carrying out the planned examinations, Evaluation and interpretation of the results; Development and presentation of new knowledge in the research field; Participation in events of the working group and workshops; Support for graduate theses (Bachelor / Master / Diploma); regular reporting on one’s own research progress to the academic supervisors; Publication of the results of research in individual and collaborative publications; Maintenance of exchange platforms (database, information pages, Internet); Maintenance of the analytical equipment. regular reporting on one’s own research progress to the academic supervisors; Publication of the results of research in individual and collaborative publications; Maintenance of exchange platforms (database, information pages, Internet); Maintenance of the analytical equipment. regular reporting on one’s own research progress to the academic supervisors; Publication of the results of research in individual and collaborative publications; Maintenance of exchange platforms (database, information pages, Internet); Maintenance of the analytical equipment.

Requirements: very good academic degree (MSc., Dipl.) In chemistry; In-depth knowledge of organic chemistry, ideally experience with protective gas chemistry in the field of organometallic chemistry and catalysis as well as with quantum chemical calculations (Gaussian16, ORCA); high motivation and ability to work creatively and independently; Willingness to integrate into the existing team and to take on responsibility. There is a large number of different research topics to choose from, which is why we are looking for first-class university graduates with excellent specialist knowledge in the field of organic chemistry, a high degree of interdisciplinary willingness to learn and willingness to cooperate, very good oral and written communication skills in German and English know
Women are expressly invited to apply. The same applies to people with disabilities.

Please send your complete application documents with details of your research interests, previous work, curriculum vitae, certificates with lists of grades, letters of recommendation and, if applicable, publications by January 8th, 2021 (the postmark of the ZPS of the TU Dresden applies) preferably via the SecureMail portal of the TU Dresden https://securemail.tu-dresden.de as a PDF – document to sekretariat_poc@tu-dresden.deor to: TU Dresden, Faculty of Chemistry and Food Chemistry, Professorship for Physical Organic Chemistry, Prof. Dr. Thomas Straßner, Helmholtzstr. 10, 01069 Dresden. Your application documents will not be returned, please only submit copies. Presentation costs are not covered.

Note on data protection: What rights you have and for what purpose your data is processed, as well as further information on data protection, we have made available for you on the website https://tu-dresden.de/karriere/datenschutzhinweis .

Working language
  • English
  • German
Dissertation language
  • English
  • German
Required Documents
  • resume
  • Certificates, certificates
  • Transcripts
  • Motivation letter
  • Exposé of the research work
Direct link to the offer https://tu-dresden.de/stellenausschreibung/8165
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