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Hum­boldt-Uni­ver­si­tät zu Ber­lin - Exzel­lenz­clus­ter Mat­ters of Activity

Der Clus­ter Mat­ters of Activity hat das Ziel, Grund­la­gen für eine neue Kul­tur des Mate­ria­len zu schaf­fen. Die zen­trale Vision des Pro­jekts ist es, Bil­der, Räume und Mate­ria­lien als aktive Bau­for­men einer neuen sym­bo­li­schen und phy­si­schen Rea­li­tät zu ent­wi­ckeln, in der sich Natur und Kul­tur in neu­ar­ti­ger Weise ver­schrän­ken. In die­sem Zusam­men­hang ist die inter­dis­zi­pli­näre Erfor­schung und Ent­wick­lung von nach­hal­ti­gen Pro­zes­sen und Struk­tu­ren ein zen­tra­les Anlie­gen in allen Berei­chen visu­ell-mate­ria­ler Prä­gung wie Weara­bles, Werk­stoff­tech­nik, Medi­zin­tech­nik, Logis­tik, Archi­tek­tur und Robo­tik. Mehr als 40 Dis­zi­pli­nen unter­su­chen sys­te­ma­tisch Design­stra­te­gien für Mate­ria­lien und Struk­tu­ren, die sich spe­zi­fi­schen Anfor­de­run­gen und Umge­bun­gen anpas­sen. Der Clus­ter setzt auf eine neue Rolle von Ges­tal­tung, die sich vor dem Hin­ter­grund eines wach­sen­den Reich­tums und der ste­ti­gen Wei­ter­ent­wick­lung von Mate­ria­lien und Visua­li­sie­rungs­for­men in allen Dis­zi­pli­nen abzeich­net.

Research Assist­ant (m/f/d) - FU Code: MoA-PostDoc-2021-02

English

with 100 % reg­u­lar work­ing time – E 13 TV-L HU lim­ited until 31 Decem­ber 2022

Work­ing field:

The con­nec­tion between Image, Space and Mater­ial is par­tic­u­larly evid­ent in robot-assisted sur­gery. The con­trol of the instru­ments replaces dir­ect access to the body. In the planned pro­ject, this spa­tial sep­ar­a­tion will be by examin­ing dif­fer­ent forms of guided action in the con­text of a model of the »Digital Twin«. Action (Guid­ance) in the con­text of unpre­dict­able situ­ations will be explored.

Respons­ib­il­it­ies

Sci­entific ser­vices in research at the Cluster of Excel­lence »Mat­ters of Activ­ity« in the pro­jects »Digital Fil­ter­ing« and »Digital Adapt­ive Twin« (sub­pro­jects of the pro­jects Fil­ter­ing and Cut­ting)

Require­ments:

Com­pleted Uni­versity degree as well as doc­tor­ate in the field of com­puter sci­ence or a related field, e.g. med­ical, media or busi­ness inform­at­ics

Desir­able:

Above-aver­age will­ing­ness to engage in inter­dis­cip­lin­ary col­lab­or­a­tion, espe­cially in a med­ical con­text; sub­stan­tial exper­i­ence in the field of human-com­puter inter­ac­tion; very good com­mand of spoken and writ­ten Eng­lish and Ger­man; qual­i­fic­a­tions should be described in a let­ter of motiv­a­tion; an addi­tional exposé should focus on pos­sible research to be con­duc­ted within the scope of the job descrip­tion.

How to ap­ply:

Applic­a­tions are to be sent elec­tron­ic­ally by e-mail with inform­at­ive doc­u­ments in PDF format (prefer­ably as a single).
Please send your applic­a­tion elec­tron­ic­ally by e-mail to Prof. Dr. Claudia Müller-Birn: hcc [​at​] mi.fu-ber­lin.de

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