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04/09/2045

Unsolicited applications for research assistants and student assistants

I am always looking for research assistants. The starting date is flexible. The possibility of a doctorate is given and is actively encouraged.

 

Tasks:

  • Working on interdisciplinary issues with renowned partners from science and practice as part of research projects.
  • Research and doctorate in the subject areas: Trust or mistrust in technology (e.g. AI or blockchain), digital innovations in learning (e.g. IT-supported individualization of learning processes) and design of human-AI collaboration (e.g. in learning or design thinking).
  • Assumption of responsibility and support in the context of teaching and departmental administration.

 

On offer:

  • Collaboration with renowned research institutions, organizations and companies
  • Opportunity to do a doctorate in one of the above-mentioned subject areas
  • Intensive doctoral supervision and the opportunity to discuss your research with renowned colleagues at conferences around the world
  • Research and work in a young, dynamic team with a pleasant working atmosphere
  • A wide range of personal development opportunities
  • Early assumption of responsibility and the opportunity to help build up and shape a young specialist field.

 

Requirements:

  • University degree with good or very good grades in economics / industrial engineering / business informatics / psychology / empirical research / human-computer interaction / computer science or related fields
  • Enthusiasm for high-quality research and ideally already some experience in behavioral or design-oriented research methods
  • Strong social and communication skills, initiative, high sense of responsibility, ability to work in a team and very good organizational skills
  • Support in teaching in the department and assumption of departmental tasks
  • Openness to working in interdisciplinary projects and willingness to cooperate nationally and internationally with partners in science and practice
  • Very good knowledge of German and English.

 

If you are interested, please contactme at soellner[at]uni-kassel[dot]de  . I will then discuss the next steps with you.