Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Multiple Open Positions – PhD Researchers and Architects at ICD/IntCDC

For the Cluster of Excellence Integrative Computational Design and Construction for Architecture the Institute for Computational Design and Construction at Stuttgart University invites applications for multiple open positions:
  • Research Associates (m/f/d): Doctoral Researchers (E13 TVL) to conduct doctoral research in the Cluster of Excellence to complete a PhD in the research area of integrative computational design and digital fabrication in architecture or integrative computational design at the intersection of architecture, social science, and advanced visualization.

  • Research Associates (m/f/d): Architect (E13 TVL) to contribute to the design of highly innovative timber building demonstrators of the Cluster of Excellence in direct collaboration with our research and industry partners, including permanent building projects and temporary pavilions.
Candidates are required to have an advanced architectural, technical, or computer science degree. Previous experience in at least one of the research areas (PhD positions) mentioned above or in architectural practice (Architect positions) is expected, as well as a high level of commitment and dedication. Very good English skills are essential.

A more detailed advertisement and expected start date can be viewed online: https://www.icd.uni-stuttgart.de/news/Multiple-open-positions-for-PhD-researchers-and-architects/

Applications (including CV, statement of interest, portfolio/work samples and a list of computational skills with indicated proficiency) should be submitted as one PDF file (max. 10MB) to: mail@icd.uni-stuttgart.de. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. The final application deadline is the 10th of January 2023.

As the University of Stuttgart strives to improve gender equality amongst its researchers, applications by women are particularly encouraged. Individuals with disabilities will be preferably employed where qualifications are deemed equal. All research associates will be employed through the University of Stuttgart's central administration.

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