Call for “Helmholtz young investigator groups”: apply now!
We are looking for young excellent scientists looking for leadership! Do you want to perform an innovative research project in one of HZB's research fields? Then apply by 28.02.2022!
- early scientific independence for excellent postdoctoral researchers
- funding of a least 300 000 € p.a. for five years to lead a research group
- at least a permanent position in case of a positive midterm evaluation
- professional skills training by the Helmholtz Management Academy
- close collaboration with a university
Apply if you have the following qualifications:
- academic age: between 2 and 6 years after your doctorate
- international research experience
- an exceptional scientific record
- an innovative research project in one of the research field of the HZB
- strong motivation to set up and lead your own research group
To participate in the pre-selection process, please submit a CV, a list of publication and a two-page outline of your project to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: 28 February 2022
We are looking forward to you!
TU Berlin appoints Renske van der Veen as professor
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Maria Skłodowska Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship for Artem Musiienko
Dr. Artem Musiienko has earned a prestigious Maria Skłodowska Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship for his research project HyPerGreen. In the group of Prof. Antonio Abate, HZB, Musiienko will explore and improve lead-free perovskite solar cells with the goal to increase their efficiency to more than 20 %.
HZB physicist appointed to Gangneung-Wonju National University, South Korea
Since 2016, accelerator physicist Ji-Gwang Hwang has been working at HZB in the department of storage rings and beam physics. He has made important contributions to beam diagnostics in several projects at HZB. He is now returning to his home country, South Korea, having accepted a professorship in physics at Gangneung-Wonju National University.