Dados do Empregador:
Referência da Vaga: DE-2019-1054-1
País: Alemanha
Empresa / Universidade: Universität der Bundeswehr München
Serviços / Produtos: Tertiary Education
No de Empregados: More than 250
Local de Trabalho: Universität der BUndeswehr München
Horas Trabalhadas por Semana: 35
Horas Trabalhadas por Dia: 7
Aeroporto Internac. Mais Próximo: Munich Airport
Transporte Público Mais Próximo:
Perfil do Estudante:
Faculdade: Mining
Faculdade 2: Construction
Faculdade 3: Material Science
Faculdade 4:
Outra faculdade: Mineral Engineering; Materials Engineering; Inorganic Chemistry
Nível de Estudo: Metade ou Final do Curso
Study Level: End - (7 and more semesters), Middle - (4-6 Semesters)
Sexo Permitido:
Experiência anterior requerida: Ideally you already have in-depth knowlegde of cement chemistry or building material/concrete technology. Experience in working in the laboratory and basic knowledge in instrumental chemistry, such as analytical methods such as X-ray diffraction, thermogr
Outros Requisitos:
Idioma 1: English
Nível de Idiomas: Bom
Idioma 2: German
Nível de Idiomas: Avançado
Idioma 3:
Nível de Idiomas:
Descritivo da Vaga:
Tipo de Atividade: Construction Materials Construction materials were always of great importance for humans. Thus it is no surprise that entire epochs of the human history are named accordingly: Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age. The rise of the Roman Empire was closely connected with one construction material: the Roman concrete - Opus Caementitium. It facilitated such well-known structures like Pantheon and the aqueducts, which can be admired until today. At the same time Opus Caementitium is still an inspiration for new ecological and durable construction materials. In the past building and construction materials were just found or simply mined. Later on they were produced purposefully. Today we focus more and more on the interaction of building and construction materials with the surrounding environment. We investigate new alternative or renewable raw material sources thereby finding approaches to treat our natural resources carefully. Construction materials are a basic subject. The institute for construction materials has its own laboratory with an up-to-date equipment for research and education. It is capable of investigating the properties of various types of materials starting from micro scale and running all the way up to macro scale. A profound knowledge of chemical, physical and mechanical properties of materials is essential and it is also important when it comes to selecting the material best suited for a project. Besides strength and deformation properties several other topics are in the focus lectures of the institute and practical trainings such as production processes on the one hand and corrosion processes on the other hand. Wrong material selection or incorrect application of materials or their use often lead to deterioration or even damages in practice. This should be prevented with the knowledge gained in the course of the lectures and practical trainings. Our Institute for Construction Materials deals with innovative and future-oriented experimental research into the behavior of construction materials as well as with the development of realistic formulations for material laws. Our institute researches, develops, tests and teaches in the following fields: • Possibilities and properties of supplementary cementious materials • calcined clays as supplementary cementitious binder – availability, hydration behavior, and rheology as well as optimization of concretes with addition of calcined clays • Development of special concretes such as infra-light concretes, concretes with special properties and aerated concrete We have a very well-equipped laboratory with state-of-the-art analytical equipment to work on our research topics. In a three-month internship you can work on small projects from our main research areas under the guidance of our scientists. In addition to an international literature search, this includes the experimental design, execution and evaluation of the experiments as well as the scientific analysis of the results.
Semanas oferecidas (mín.): 8
Semanas oferecidas (máx.): 12
Período de: 01/03/2019
até: 31/05/2019
Categoria: Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento
Moeda: EUR - Euro
Bolsa Auxílio: 750/month
Refeitório na empresa ou vale refeição: S
Deduções Esperadas: Variable
Comentário: Offer also avaliable in between 01/Sep/2019 - 30/Nov/2019.
Será Providenciada Por: IAESTE Germany
Custo Estimado de Acomodação: 350/month
Custo Estimado de Vida Incluindo Acomodação: 750/month