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| Labview Programmer|
The Fritz Haber Institute (Department of Inorganic Chemistry) offers a
Labview Programmer Position for Design, Development and Programming of Labview-based Process Control Systems
In the Department of Inorganic Chemistry we are dealing with fundamental research to understand the basic physical and chemical principles of existing catalytic processes and to discover new ways of transforming energy and producing chemicals and alternative synthetic fuels sustainably and to reduce the emission of carbon dioxide. Our studies include the conversion of water, carbon dioxide, nitrogen and light hydrocarbons in gas- and liquid-phase reactions over solid catalysts. For this purpose, we operate a large number of specifically designed laboratory reactors.
Your tasks: The successful candidate will develop programs for the automation of existing laboratory reactor setups. This includes the requirements analysis, the design and development of software modules, the development and programming of real-time applications, the development of an acquisition and evaluation software, and the test of the process control system with the existing hardware.
Your profile: We are looking for a highly motivated programmer with profound knowledge in Labview, in particular concerning real-time data acquisition and Labview FPGA programming, who can work independently and also in a team. The successful candidate attaches much importance to documentation. Required qualification is a Master degree in electrical engineering, computer science or equivalent. In addition, knowledge in integration of process components into a process control system is advantageous.
We offer: The position will be for 2 years with the option on extension. The Department of Inorganic Chemistry provides a stimulating, international working atmosphere, family-friendly flexible working hours and the opportunity for regular further training.
Your application: Please mail your application including list of projects, and list of references to
Dr. Pierre Kube
Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
Department of Inorganic Chemistry
phone +49 (0)30 8413 4434
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