Published on Thu, 28 Sep 2023
Research Associate (m/f/x) - Projektingenieur(subject to personal qualification employees are remunerated according to salary group E 13 TV-L); 80 % of the fulltime weekly hours
Tasks: You will identify German and European HEI with microelectronics research facilities, establish contacts to the project consortium, assess the capabilities (technology, logistics, equipment) of these facilities and propose methods how to integrate them into the existing ME research infrastructure network.
Requirements: university degree (master or comparable) in electrical engineering and, preferably, completed PhD degree with focus on microelectronics; experience in microelectronics technology, production and research; knowledge about public research funding and structures in Germany and Europe; excellent command of German and English language, ideally also French; excellent computer skills; high self-motivation.
Closing date: October 27, 2023Dresden
full proposal (PDF)
Published on Wed, 27 Sep 2023
[News release from Cluster of Excellence 'Physics of Life' - PoL]
How do primary cilia act as signaling hubs to shape healthy tissues? This is what the newly selected DFG research groups aims to to unravel. The two PoL members, Benjamin Friedrich and Anne Grapin-Botton, are part of it.
Different levels of primary cilia dynamics controlling tissue development and function.
The members of the Cluster of Excellence Physics of Life (PoL), Prof. Dr. Benjamin Friedrich and Associate Member Dr. Anne Grapin-Botton, who serves as the Director of the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics (MPI-CBG), are part of the newly funded DFG research group, announced on September 22nd: "Deciphering the role of primary cilia dynamics in tissue organization and function". This team consists of 12 outstanding scientists scattered across Germany, led by Prof. Dr. Jay Gopalakrishnan from Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf and Prof. Dr. Dagmar Wachten from Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn.
Read more … Two PoL members are in the newly selected DFG research units
Published on Thu, 14 Sep 2023
Wir suchen Verstärkung in unserem kleinen Team! Jetzt bewerben - und spannende Aufgaben umsetzen 🤗
Der neue Stelle bündelt Tätigkeiten in der Konzeptentwicklung für die weitere Ausrichtung unseres Forschungsclusters, der Koordination der Zusammenarbeit mit internationalen wiss., industriellen und institutionellen Kooperationspartnern, Weiterentwicklung der Kommunikationskonzepte und –kanäle für die Wissenschaftskommunikation, sowie Konzeption, Koordination und Durchführung von Projekten der Nachwuchsförderung. Auch Konferenz- und Veranstaltungsorganisation sowie die administrative Koordination eines internationalen Studiengangs werden eine Rolle spielen.
Weitere Informationen im vollständigen Ausschreibungstext.
Published on Thu, 07 Sep 2023
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In research-intensive microelectronics, universities play a pivotal role in the fast-paced innovation race. They unlock new knowledge, are essential research partners for industry – and, last but not least, educate the next generation of scientists. In order to facilitate research at the highest international level on new fields for the microelectronics of the future at universities and to create the best training conditions for young scientists, twelve "Forschungslabore Mikroelektronik Deutschland (ForLab)" have been established at 14 universities since 2019. The modernization and expansion of the necessary research equipment was funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). This was accompanied by the creation of a network between the research labs with a joint external presentation of microelectronics research in Germany.
This network is now being developed and expanded into a nationwide and internationally visible university network for semiconductor technology and microelectronics. The follow-up project “ForLab NataliE” (“Nachwuchstalente für die integrierte Elektronik” - early-career talents for integrated electronics) was launched in August 2023 with an opening event.
Read more … Forschungslabore Mikroelektronik Deutschland – Early-career talents for integrated electronics
Published on Tue, 05 Sep 2023
Today, the European Research Council (ERC) announced the winners of 400 Starting Grants for early-career researchers across Europe, including three outstanding scientists from TU Dresden, who will each receive EUR 1.5 million for their research between 2024 and 2028. Among them is Dr. Minghao Yu who is a researcher at the Chair of Molecular Functional Materials (Prof. Xinliang Feng). Dr. Yu has been leading a research group at cfaed since March 2019.
Read more … Congratulations: Dr. Minghao Yu among the 3 winners of ERC Starting Grant at TU Dresden
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