Open Postdoc Position (ICD)

June 24, 2024 /



The Institute for Computational Design and Construction at the University of Stuttgart invites applications for an open position as

POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHER – Research Associate (m/f/d) E13/14 TVL

  • to conduct postdoctoral research in the EU EIC Project “ArchiBioFoam” with a special focus on computational design and robotic additive fabrication processes to materialise architectural-scale components with tailored performance and autonomously actuating parts.
  • to lead the ICD “ArchiBioFoam” project team of 2 PhD researchers and ensure successful research progress and interdisciplinary collaboration with the international project partners.
  • to advance the ICD “Material Programming” research group by engaging in additional project initiatives and the Cluster of Excellence IntCDC.

Candidates are required to have a strong architectural, technical or computer science doctoral degree and experience of research in the field of computational design and additive manufacturing. Experience in 4D-printing/material programming is an advantage. A high level of independence, commitment, team spirit and interest in interdisciplinary research is also expected. Excellent English language skills are required.

A more detailed advertisement and expected start date can be viewed online.

Applications (including CV, statement of interest, research portfolio, publication samples and a list of computational design and additive manufacturing skills with indicated proficiency) should be submitted as one PDF file (maximum file size strictly 10MB) to:

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. The application deadline is 15th of August 2024.

As the University of Stuttgart strives to improve gender equality amongst its researchers, applications by women are particularly encouraged. Individuals with disabilities will be preferably employed where qualifications are deemed equal. All research associates will be employed through University of Stuttgart's central administration.

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