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PhD student
Bewerbungsschluss:05.12.2017 Kennziffer: C-17-02-2
Vergütung: The payment is according to the German TVöD salary scheme for scientists in public research institutions (75%).
Befristung auf: The position is available at the earliest possible date and temporary limited to 3 years.
Stellenprofil: We offer at the earliest possible date a Ph.D. position in ultrafast nonlinear optics. In a joint project with the Berlin company APE (Angewandte Physik und Elektronik GmbH), a new generation of ultrafast pulse measurement devices will be developed. Part of this development work will be the adaption and optimization of novel algorithms for tomographic reconstruction of the pulse shape from measured data. In the context of this project, we also aim to develop and validate completely new pulse characterization methods.
Anforderungen: The candidate is expected to have acquired a Master of Science or diploma degree in physics with above average marks. He/she has hands-on experience in optical laboratory work. Above-averaging programming skills and experience with automated data acquisition are a strong plus.
Bewerbung an: If equally qualified, severely handicapped persons are given preference. MBI is an equal opportunity employer and places particular emphasis on fostering career opportunities for women. Qualified women are therefore strongly encouraged to apply.

MBI supports the reconcilability of family and working life and is certified as a family-friendly by the "family audit".

Please send your application, including cover letter, curriculum vitae, certificates, and description of previous professional activities electronically to Prof. Dr. Günter Steinmeyer (steinmey@mbi-berlin.de) or by mail to Max-Born-Institut für Nichtlineare Optik und Kurzzeitspektroskopie, Max-Born-Straße 2a, 12489 Berlin, Germany, c/o Prof. Dr. Steinmeyer quoting this announcement.
weitere Informationen: For further information about the position please contact Prof. Dr. Steinmeyer.

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