Eindhoven University of Technology is situated in the heart of Europe's leading innovative top technology region Brainport in the South-East of the Netherlands. We are an ambitious, innovative and fast growing university combining leading-edge scientific research with attention to professional development and personal growth.
Vacancies occur regularly at the department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry for both scientific and support positions. The department aspires to be an academic institution for education and research in chemical science and engineering that meets the highest international standards. The aim is to generate and to develop technology and scientific knowledge relevant for societal challenges. Scientific curiosity and the use of newly generated knowledge are the main driving forces for the continuing enhancements of the two chosen fields of expertise: Molecular Systems and Materials Chemistry, and Chemical and Process Technology.
Take a look at the most recent vacancies for academic and supporting staff:
Postdoc Position for Growing Communicating Polymeric Fibers
Postdoctoral fellow positions for Human Interactive Materials
Postdoc Experimental and theoretical investigation of organic aerogel formation
Aerogels are advanced structural materials with low density, meso-microstructure, high open porosity and specific surface area. They are typically prepared from suitable wet gels by turning the pore-filling solvent into a supercritical fluid that is vented off. Thanks to their excellent...
PostDoc on Circular polymer materials
In polymeric materials, a fundamental transition is required from synthesis out of fossil-based feedstock and one time use to continuous re-use of polymeric products. Most of the plastics that is recycled currently goes through mechanical and thermal processing to re-make other plastic products,...
Postdoctoral researcher Nanoscopy of Ice-Binding Proteins
Ice-binding proteins (IBPs) offer protection against freezing to sustain life at subzero temperatures in ice-laden environments. How IBPs work exactly is not yet known, but it is clear that their activity is closely related to the way in which IBPs interact with ice. Recently, we adopted sub-zero...