Be part of our team

Research Associate (m/f/d) Battery Characterization

in the Institute of Innovative Mobility

Electromobility? Learning systems? Lithium-ion battery systems? The Electromobility and Learning Systems (ELS) research group is part of the Institute for Innovative Mobility (IIMo) and researches application-driven methods for the development, production and operation of electric vehicles with a strong focus on the battery system down to the individual cell. Shape the mobility of the future with us!
The research work is suitable for a doctorate, the topic of which will be specified in the first 6 months of work.

Your tasks

Research of new non-destructive diagnostic methods for highly precise and accelerated ageing prediction in cooperation with our industrial partners
Investigation of the electrochemical and physical processes occurring in commercially-available lithium-ion cells
Phenomenological model development of the processes within the cell
Participation in national and international conferences
Writing scientific publications
Independent measurement data evaluation and interpretation

Your profile

Scientific university degree in the field of electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, physics, material science, chemistry or a related discipline
First experience with electrochemical processes and/or lithium-ion batteries is an advantage
Ability to work independently and in a team
Basic programming skills in Matlab/Simulink
Enjoyment of scientific work in an international environment


ANR 1226

please feel free to contact
Dominik Schneider

+49 841 9348-5064

We look forward to you!

What we offer

excellent labratory equipment
innovative working environment
collaboration with industry partners
comprehensive support & guidance

future oriented learning opportunities

doctorate in engineering and information science
homeoffice & mobile working
flexible working hours

canteen & restaurant
parking on the campus

Short info


40.10 h/week


36 months (contract extension being sought)


according to TV-L EG 13



Application until


Good to know

In general, our positions are available on a part-time basis. Severely disabled applicants are given preferential consideration in the event of equal qualification. We are striven to increase the number of employed women and therefore particularly welcoming towards applications from women (Article 7(3) BayGIG).

Please submit your application either in English or German.


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please feel free to contact
Dominik Schneider

+49 841 9348-5064

We look forward to you!