LSTME has been awarded Affiliate Institute of the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg (Germany) and recognized as Foreign Research Center by Busan Metropolitan City. With the support of public Korean institutions, LSTME is establishing a subsidiery in Busan, South Korea. LSTME is aimed for establishing German engineering procedures at highest international level. This new Busan branch will attract both Korean and German industry for close cooperation and to act as partner of renowned Korean universities and other research institutes. This partnership should complete the scientific/technical landscape in South Korea and improve collaboration with German and European research institutes, university and industry.
Currenlty there are a number of temporary positions open for 7 Postdocs and 10 PhD students. The deadline for the applications is the 31 January 2019. The ideal candidate should:
- be willing to focus privately and professionally on living in Busan, Korea.
- be interestd in participating in an engineering-scientific collaboration in an international and interdisciplinary team with English and German as working languages.
- have demonstrated initiative and technical ability
- have profound knowledge and experience in at least one of the following fields: food and nutrition; life science and chemical engineering; process and biotechnology; fluid mechanical transport processes in engineering, medical, pharmaceutical, energetic and enviromental applications; virtual engineering including hybrid process modelling, simulation, diagnosis, prognosis and optimization
- have excellent communication skills, both written and oral
- have the ability to identify opportunities for research and collaboration with other research institutes and private companies world-wide.
The German Research and development Center LSTME Busan Branch is a non-profit institution that deals with making sophisticated engineering methods available for satisfying the needs of human individuals in different societies. Our vision aims to contribute to a livable existence by satisfying human individual needs, basically (i) adequate food and nutrition, (ii) medical and pharmaceutical products, (iii) an uncontaminated, eco-friendly environment and (iv) suitable energy sources. In all these fields of activities, transport processes in biomatter play an essential role in improving existent corresponding processes and products as well as in creating novel one in full automatized production
For further information please contact the Chair of the Directive Board Prof. Dr.-Ing. Antonio Delgado.