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Jobs and Thesis Topics

Open positions at the IMPT

The Institute for Microproduction Technology not only offers jobs for young scientists, but also trainee positions and jobs for technical and administrative staff.

THESIS TOPICS AND STUDENT ASSISTANT POSITIONS (HIWI)

The institute offers interested students topics for bachelor, student and master theses as well as jobs as HiWi in different areas. The announcements for student theses can be found on our website.  Announcements for HiWi jobs are listed below, but in the future also at Stellenticket.

If you are interested, you can also contact the research staff directly.

The following positions are available:


RESEARCH ASSOCIATES

The Institute for Microproduction Technology offers young scientists the opportunity to participate in a highly innovative research area.

If one of the above job offers appeals to you or if you are generally interested in the field of microtechnology and are interested in our institute, please send us your complete application documents with

  • Cover Letter
  • CV
  • High School Diplomas
  • University Degrees (Bachelor/Master incl. transcripts)
  • Internship Diplomas/ Job References
  • other certificates

per mail or E-mail to:

Alexander Kassner, M.Sc.

Institut für Mikroproduktionstechnik
Produktionstechnisches Zentrum
Leibniz Universitaet Hannover

An der Universitaet 2
30823 Garbsen

 

A diploma/diploma (FH) or a master's degree is required for employment as a reserach associate. Within the scope of the work at the Institute for Microproduction Technology, a doctorate as Dr.-Ing. should be sought after.


TRAINEE PROGRAM: INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC

The Institute of Micro Production Technology offers  a three and a half year training as industrial mechanic annually (if available). The training starts on the first of August of each year and is based on the dual education system. In addition to school lessons, practical knowledge of manual and machine production in the workshop is imparted. If you have any questions, please contact our workshop manager Michael Weber.

  • Training

    In the base training time, manual activities such as filing, punching, bending, scribing, riveting and thread cutting are learned. In the area of "Manufacturing on conventional machine tools" the emphasis is on turning, milling, drilling and grinding. Building on this, training is given on controlled machine tools. During the training period, various practice parts are produced.

  • Practice Parts
    Messzeughalter
    Bohrvorrichtung (Practice Part)
    Functional Model Sterling Motor
    Kettennietausdrücker (Practice Part)
    Kombinierte Bohrplatte (Practice Part)
    Bohrplatte (Practice Part)
  • Workshop Equipment

    In the workshop of the institute the following machines are available:

    Machining:

    • CNC 3-axis milling machine
    • CNC 5-axis milling machine
    • Drilling machines
    • Lathes, conventional
    • grinding machines

     

    Sheet metal forming:

    • Hand lever shears
    • Sheet metal guillotine shears

     

    Thermal processing:

    • Gas welding and brazing equipment
    • Plastic welding machine
  • Application

    We expect applicants to have good grades in mathematics, physics and chemistry. In addition, teamwork, manual skills, and an understanding of order and cleanliness. Please send written applications to Mr. Weber:

    z.Hd. H.-M. Weber

    An der Universität 2

    30823 Garbsen

    weber@impt.uni-hannover.de


TECHNICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

Unfortunately, there are no open positions available at the moment.