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PostDoc as applied research project manager (m/f) in the field of composite/simulation

The University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland in­cludes nine schools. We are looking for you to join the School of Engineering, Institute for Plastics Technology, in Windisch, Switzerland, at the earliest possible date:Scientific assistant as applied research project manager (m/f) in the field of composite/simulationYour tasksCoordinate and manage various applied research projects as part of the group structural mechanics for the design/simulation of compo­site structures, simulation of the manufacturing process for fibre-reinforced components, modelling of material behaviour of composite materials and development of manufacturing/joining technologies; develop core compe­tences; assume responsibility for strategic industry partnerships; support in teaching the mechanical engineering program with selected competencies in plastics technologyYour profileOutstanding degree (MSc or PhD) in mechanical engineering / material sciences / production engineering with a strong flair for numerical methods and modelling; experience in the field of plastic processing / pro­duction of composite components; experience in project acquisition and management advantageous; professional know-how in mechanical/thermal analysis and/or experience in joining technology desirable; good written and verbal German (working language) and English (project-related communi­cation) language skills; team player (m/f) with independent working method and ability to work in a scientifically exciting and application-oriented environ­ment. Please contact Dr. Christian Brauner ( before submitting your application. For additional information, please visit: application asPlease submit your application online via the following link. For further information please contact Dr. Christian Brauner, P +41 56 202 74 75. 



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