Applications are invited for Postdoctoral Fellowship at DLR–DAAD in Germany. Application is open for international students to pursue PhD Fellowship in 2018.
The aim of this scholarships is to encourage and support academically able and talented students.
|Providers||:||‘Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt’ (DLR)|
|Field of Study||:||Research Area: Energy
Research Topic: Electrochemical processes and Degradation in Solid Oxide Cells
Benefits for Postdoctoral Fellowship :
Fellowships are always awarded for the length of the research stay in Germany. The host DLR Institute and the fellowship candidate will agree upon the length of this term.
Type Monthly Installment Possible Additional Payments A 1,365 Euros
(plus allowance for materials of 102 Euros)
e.g. flat-rate travel allowance, health insurance, family allowances B 2,000 Euros none C 2,300 Euros none
- Nationality: Non-German applicants
- Number of Scholarships: One position is available.
- Scholarship can be taken in Germany
Eligibility for Postdoctoral Fellowship :
Eligible Countries: Non-German applicants are eligible to apply for this fellowship.
Entrance Requirements: Required Qualification: Ph.D. in Fuel Cells, Electrolysis or High-Temperature Electrochemistry; An additional qualification in chemical engineering, heterogeneous catalysis is valuable.
Advantageous Skills: You have good practical knowledge of characterization technics such as EIS, DRT analysis, Cyclic Voltammetry or Linear Sweep Voltammetry.
An additional experience in the design and conception of the experimental setup for high temperature.
You have a team spirit and are willing to exchange with your colleagues.
Eager to work in an international and multicultural environment, you should ideally demonstrate a B1 level qualification in German or just from a practical experience in German-speaking country.
English Language Requirements: Applicants must have an excellent knowledge of English, please provide evidence of this through the submission of appropriate language certificates (e.g. TOEFL: 550/217); a knowledge of German is advantageous.