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Cha­rité-Uni­ver­si­täts­me­di­zin Ber­lin - Raum Lab - Ima­ging, Simu­la­tion & Sti­mu­la­tion

The Imaging, Simulation & Stimulation (ISS) Laboratory, led by Prof. Kay Raum, is an independent and interdisciplinary team of physicists, engineers and biochemists. Located at the Charitè campus Benjamin Franklin, our lab is dedicated to the development and clinical translation of innovative ultrasound technologies for the diagnosis, tissue engineering and treatment of musculoskeletal diseases.

Computer engineer in ultrasound laboratory

Working field:

The Imaging, Simulation and Stimulation lab at Charité is looking for a working student with a background in computer engineering, computer science or similar.
The position will cover topics such as the updates and maintenance of PCs, laptops, compute servers and lab measurement systems, hardware programming, and optimization of data acquisition.
We are looking for enthusiastic, motivated and skilled individuals to work in a young and interdisciplinary team. This position can be arranged as a working student position (10 or 20 hours per week), an internship, or a graduation thesis.


Your skills...

  • Studies in computer science or a comparable computer science or engineering background with good academic performance
  • High interest in learning new technologies and taking on responsibility
  • Ability to work independently
  • Computer management and operating systems (Windows, Windows Server, Ubuntu)
  • optional: Programming knowledge in high-level languages (MATLAB)

Your role and responsibilities will be...

  • Computer management and operating systems (Windows, Windows Server, Ubuntu)
  • Upgrade and optimization of custom software code (Sound Field Scanner, Acoustic Microscopy)

What we offer:

You will work in a young interdisciplinary team together with medical partners, a local spin-off startup ( and international academic and industrial partners (France, Austria, USA).

We offer...

  • Both academic and non-academic career perspectives
  • Flexible working hours
  • Steep learning curve and an opportunity to boost your career

How to apply:

Please send your CV to if you are interested in this project and do not hesitate to ask if you have any questions!