General Announcement

The Cluster of Excellence 'Post Lithium Storage' ( POLiS ) and the 'Graduate School Electro­chemical Energy Storage (GS-EES)' as joint Institutions of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and Ulm University offer

up to 11 PhD positions (E13)

in various research areas related to Electrochemical Energy Storage, including electrode materials, electrolytes, characterization, (system) modelling, or cell engineering. The duration of these positions is 3 years. Applicants are expected to have an excellent Master degree in related fields, candidates with an outstanding Bachelor degree will be considered as well. English language proficiency corresponding to C1 level (equivalent to 95 pts. TOEFL) is required.

The expected starting date is no later than 01.03.2020.

Further information on these positions, the related research projects and details of the application process is available at
https://www.celest.de/GS-Application-Procedure.php

The Universities seek to increase the fraction of women in research and teaching and particularly encourage qualified female scientists to apply for these positions. Disabled applicants with equal aptitude will be given preferential consideration.

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