Post-Doc for the research group „Smart Grids and Energy Markets (m/f/d) (Temporary Academic Counselor, A13)
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Are you passionate about energy economics and informatics? Join our team at the Chair of Information & Market Engineering at IISM and play a vital role in research and teaching. In this position, you'll have the independence to work on innovative research projects alongside a dynamic team.
- leading tasks in research and teaching at the research group “Smart Grids and Energy Markets”
- shaping innovative research on energy informatics and energy economics
- working independent on research projects including conception, implementation and publication with a dynamic team
- co-supervision of research team (Ph.D. candidates)
- collaborating with renowned institutions in the energy research field
You'll also contribute to other ongoing projects, such as nfdi4energy (https://nfdi4energy.uol.de/), SMaaS (https://smaas.iism.kit.edu/), ASSUME (assume-project.de). By joining us, you'll gain access to a valuable network of experts in energy system research, fostering research collaborations and publications. This is your chance to make a meaningful impact on the energy transition.
Our Focus: The Institute for Information Systems and Marketing (IISM) is a successful and well-funded institute with the mission "We generate value from information" and a large number of innovative projects with many different project sponsors (ministries, industry, etc.). If you want to learn more about our research group, check out our website (iism-sgem.org)
- completed or imminent doctorate
- in-depth knowledge of energy economics and/or energy informatics
- strong analytical skills and a self-directed approach to work
- excellent competence in scientific methodology and working methods
- good programming skills (e.g., Python)
- outstanding teamwork and leadership skills
- very good knowledge of English, knowledge of German would be an advantage
- motivation, commitment and initiative
The possibility for habilitation is given. KIT places great importance on the professional equality of women and men. We are therefore particularly pleased to receive applications from women. Severely disabled applicants will be given preferential treatment, if they are suitable.
Please send your application with the usual documents via Mail to office-ise∂iism.kit.edu.
For further information, please contact Prof. Dr. Weinhardt.