The Institute of Mechanics and Mechatronics is located at the Faculty of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering of the TU Wien. Our research team is made up of graduates from a wide range of disciplines such as mathematics, physics, mechanical engineering and industrial engineering. Within the framework of research co-operations with industrial partners, we conduct application-oriented basic research with a focus on modelling, optimisation, simulation and control engineering.
We are looking for scientific staff to expand our team in a research project in cooperation with a company partner from the automotive sector. In this project we are researching, among other things, the development of monitoring and control concepts to increase the efficiency of alternative drive systems.
We offer an interesting and challenging job at the TU Wien and there is the possibility to write a dissertation.
Your areas of responsibility:
Please send us your detailed application documents (including a letter of motivation, curriculum vitae, references and contact information from two reference persons) by e-mail.
For the advertised position (full-time), the collective agreement tariff for project assistants, salary group B 1, § 49 (3) KV applies. The advertised position is subject to a minimum basic salary of EUR 2,731.00 gross per month. The university strives to increase the proportion of women, particularly in management positions and among scientific and artistic staff, and therefore expressly encourages qualified women to apply. Applicants who are equally suitable as the most suitable competitor will be accepted as a priority, unless the reasons for their application lie in the person of a competitor. Disabled persons with appropriate qualifications are explicitly invited to apply.
|Title||Research Assistant (m/f) at the Institute of Mechanics and Mechatronics|
|Job location||Karlsplatz 13, 1040 Vienna|
|Published||January 22, 2018|
|Job types||Research assistant  |
|Fields||Materials Engineering,   Industrial Engineering,   Control Systems Engineering,   Manufacturing Engineering,   Applied Mathematics,   Electrical Engineering,   Mechanical Engineering,   Mechanics,   Applied Physics,    and 2 more. Computational Mathematics,   Fluid Mechanics  |