Engineer/ Physicist in ACTRIS-D project
Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research - Department Atmospheric Aerosol Research (IMK-AAF)
The KIT Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research (IMK-AAF) offers three jobs for expanding and strengthening the team responsible for design-ing and building the new atmospheric simulation chamber AIDAc2 and the service chamber AIDAs. Both activities are funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research through the ACTRIS-D projects targeting the implementation of the KIT National Facilities and the Topical Center for Cloud in situ Measurements (CIS) to become an important part of the pan-European Infrastructure ACTRIS.
Design and engineer technical components of the new atmospheric simulation chambers AIDAc2 and AIDAs. Develop and apply fluid dynamics and physico-chemical process models for optimizing the chamber configuration and technical components.
Education and background
Master or Diploma degree (University) in physics or engineering with a back-ground in fluid dynamics, thermodynamics and aerosol physics. Experience with fluid dynamics and process modelling is required. Experience with CAD or Labview development and application is welcome.
3 years (part-time contract possible)
EG 13, if appropriate
Please apply online by using the link at the bottom of the KIT job offer pages (see the links given above).