The University of Rostock offers a diverse, varied and demanding job in a tradition-conscious, yet innovative, modern and family-friendly university in a lively city by the sea.
The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Institute of Physics and the Medical School of the University of Rostock invite applications of 5 PhD positions in quantum science within the DFG-funded International Research Training Group 2676 "Imaging quantum systems (IQS): photons, molecules, materials". The position are to be filled from 1st October 2024 on a temporary basis for 3 years:
The school has been established between the universities of Rostock in Germany and Ottawa and Calgary in Canada with the possibility to obtain a co-tuelle PhD. In their applications interested candidates shall select three potential PhD projects provided on the IRTG website https://www.iqs.uni-rostock.de. Selection of the successful candidates will consist of a two-step process: an initial selection of candidates who will be invited for interviews, followed by a final selection of the 5 fellows, each working on an individual project.
Equal opportunities are important to us. We welcome applications from suitable severely disabled persons or persons of equal status. We aim to increase the proportion of women in research and teaching and therefore encourage relevantly qualified women to apply. We welcome applications from people of other nationalities or with a migration background.
The temporal limitation of the employment relationship is based on § 2 (1) WissZeitVG.
If desired, the staff council can be consulted during the selection process. Please enclose an informal request for this with your application documents.
We look forward to receiving your online application with complete, informative documents (cover letter, resume, diploma with indication of final grade) by 30th April 2024 at the latest. Only applications received via our application portal and containing all requested documents will be considered.
Unfortunately, application and travel costs cannot be covered by the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
For further information please contact:
|Institute of Physics
|Mr. Prof. Dr. Stefan Scheel, Tel. 0381 / 498-6920
|Mrs. Kati Barth, Tel. 0381 / 498-1312