Job vacancy No. 111-2019
The Institute of Physical Chemistry and Polymer Physics (Division Polymer Interfaces) offers a
with 20 hours per week
Biofilm formation on materials surfaces – biofouling – has significant economic impact on a wide range of applications and industries. Design of fully fouling-resistant materials and surfaces is a formidable challenge. Yet, fundamental understanding of the mechanisms of biofouling on chemically heterogeneous structured surfaces is still lacking and will be addressed in the project.
The objective of the PhD thesis is the development of amphiphilic fouling-resistant surfaces based on polymeric-based Janus particles. A PhD student will perform the synthesis and structural characterization of polymer-decorated Janus particles and functional surfaces based on them. He/she will be part of a multidisciplinary team of chemists and physicists.
The successful candidate has a MSc degree in Chemistry/Polymer Chemistry/Physical Chemistry/ Material Science. Previous experience with polymeric materials, polymerization and surface modification techniques is highly desired.
A strong motivation for science and proficient written and oral communication skills in English are crucial for the successful completion of this challenging project. You will be part of a multidisciplinary team of chemists and physicists.
Initial contract: 1 year (with the possibility of an extension for two years)
Salary group: TV-L EG 13
Preference is given to severely disabled applicants, if they have the same level of qualification. IPF attaches importance to equal professional treatment of women and men. The data submitted by you in the course of the application procedure will be processed by IPF. IPF shall use the data for the purposes of the application procedure. No data shall be passed on to third parties. The costs for the interviews will not be refunded.
Please send your Applications with indication of Job vacancy No and include the following documents:
motivation letter stating research interests and relevance for the project, curriculum vitae, degree certificates including lists of grades, the name and contact details of least 2 potential referees. Application documents specifying the above vacancy number should be submitted to the personnel department of the IPF, preferentially by email in one single pdf document not exceeding 10 MB.
Questions can be directed to Dr. Synytska (firstname.lastname@example.org) / Fon +49 351 4658 475
Leibniz‐Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e.V.
Mrs. Susanne Otto
Head of Personnel Department
Hohe Straße 6
|Titel||Open PhD position on “Amphiphilic Fouling-Resistant Surfaces Based on Janus Particles”|
|Employer||Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden (IPF)|
|Job location||Hohe Str. 6, D-01069 Dresden|
|Gepubliceerd||augustus 26, 2019|
|Vakgebieden||Materiaalchemie,   Fysische chemie,   Polymeerchemie,   Oppervlaktechemie,   Deeltjesfysica  |