NCT Dresden - Department of Functional Imaging in Surgical Oncology at NCT Dresden
The Department for Functional Imaging in Surgical Oncology develops high-precision imaging methods for cancer surgery, using short-wave infrared light, fluorescent dyes and cutting-edge detection technologies.
Scientist in the field of (Bio-)Physics (f/m/x)
We are looking for applicants with a master's or PhD degree in Physics/Biophysics (and related disciplines – engineering, mathematics, etc.) who are strongly interested and committed to experimental research, in particular the development and application of optical microscopes, careful experimentation and computer-based quantitative data acquisition and analysis. Strong knowledge, proven by high grades, in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) disciplines is expected, as well as a high level of programming skills (MATLAB/Python/C etc.) and computer literacy. Very good verbal and written communication skills in English are expected.
What we offer:
home office options
flexible working hours & working-time models
continuous education and training
30 days annual leave
discounted public transport ticket
The position is initially limited to 2 years with the possibility of prolongation. The position can in principle be part-time. Provided that the prerequisites are fulfilled, a salary level up to TV-L E13 is possible. The position can be filled immediately - we will review applications as we receive them.
Join us in this thrilling scientific journey where your passion, curiosity, and dedication will have a broad impact on the future of microscopy and scientific discovery. If you are a driven young scientist seeking to develop new methods and contribute to the world of advanced microscopy, apply now and help us shape the future of scientific exploration.
How to apply:
Curious? To apply, kindly submit your CV along with a concise motivation letter to Dr. Andriy Chmyrov (firstname.lastname@example.org). Should you have any additional inquiries, please feel free to reach out to Dr. Andriy Chmyrov or Maria Voigt (Maria.Voigt@nct-dresden.de), who will gladly provide further assistance.