The Collaborative Research Centre 1261 (CRC 1261) “Magnetoelectric Sensors: From Composite Materials to Biomagnetic Diagnostics” at Kiel University, Germany, regularly offers international fellowships of three to six months duration to master students or master graduates.
Within the CRC 1261 highly sensitive magnetoelectric sensors for biomedical applications are developed in a cross-disciplinary team of scientists from materials science, electrical engineering, physics and medicine. In 15 research projects topics concerning magnetoelectric sensor development and fabrication (mainly materials science), sensor characterization and signal processing (mainly electrical engineering), sensor modeling and sensor analysis as well as (medical) applications are covered.
The fellows receive 1125 € compensation per month. We cannot pay additional costs for travels or accommodation.
The following topics are offered as fellowships (starting date flexible):
To apply, please send a motivation letter with the topic you are interested in (one page maximum), your preferred starting date, and your CV and your university degrees in one pdf document to the mailing address above.