Job Offers - Student Assistants
We appreciate our student colleagues and work with them on equal terms. As a student assistant, you support our team of scientists in the field of testing, in the evaluation and preparation of measurement results, or in the numerical simulation of forming processes. Weekly working hours are between 5 to 10 hrs and are paid according to the standard hourly rates for student (“SHK”) or scientific assistants (“WHF”).
Current vacancies for SHK at the IUL:
|Entwicklung und Wartung LabView basierter Maschinensteuerungen||Juri Martschin M. Sc.||Download PDF|
|Handwerkliche Unterstützung im Experimentierfeld||Steffen Strotzer||Download PDF|
|Untersuchung eines Verbundwerkstoffsfür das Presshärten||Markus Stennei M. Sc.||Download PDF|
|Recherche im Rahmen einer Visionsstudie||Sebastian Wernicke M.Sc.||Download PDF|
|Hiwi für die Metallografie||Sven Lukies||Download PDF|
|Eigenschaftsgeregelte mehrstufige Warmblechumformung||Juri Martschin M. Sc.||Download PDF|
|SHK in der inkrementellen Blechumformung||Fabian Maaß M. Sc.||Download PDF|
What are you most interested in? What are your major fields of study?
We are looking forward to your application!
By the way: Laws of nature are not limited to subject boundaries. Research in the field of forming technology requires interdisciplinary teams. Aside from students from the fields of mechanical and industrial engineering, we are therefore pleased to receive applications from the fields of materials science, physics, mechanics, computer sciences, and electrical engineering.
Job Offers - Scientific Staff
The Institute of Forming Technology and Lightweight Components is one of the internationally leading institutes in the field of forming technology. Not least, we owe this research strength to our highly motivated team of doctoral students, technical staff, and students. We are always looking for scientific staff from the fields of mechanical engineering, industrial engineering, materials science, or comparable disciplines having a very good degree and fun in self-responsible scientific work.
If you feel addressed and would like to join our team, please contact us by email: