We are looking for an outstanding student of the material sciences, motivated to carry on research on materials for renewable energy applications. Through this internship, the student will contribute in the emerging area of development of magnetic materials.
- Development of hard magnetic materials
- Measurements of the physical properties of the prepared materials
- Study the relationships between the process parameters and the material characteristics
- Studies of Materials Science, Physics or closely related education
- Currently enrolled at an University (matriculation letter is required)
- Knowledge in powder technology, processing of metals and/or ceramics
- Solid Background Solid State Physics
- Good laboratory practice and PC-knowledge
- Fluency in English, French or German is considered as a plus
- Independent work style and initiative
- Available as of January 2017 for 6 months
ABB is able to offer you an interesting role within a highly motivated team, together with open communication structures. On the basis of a personal, practice-oriented introduction program, you will be given the opportunity to acquire the confidence needed to work independently as well as be a constructive member of an inclusive team within your assigned area.
Interested in joining our team? If so, we look forward to receiving your full application (motivation letter, CV, references) only via our online careers tool. A better world begins with you at www.abb.com/careers
ABB Schweiz AG
Talent Acquisition Partner
Phone +41 58 585 60 47
Location:Baden-Dättwil,Aargau,SwitzerlandContract type:InternshipBusiness Unit:NADate posted:2016-09-20Job function:Research and DevelopmentPublication ID:CH58847331_E3
ABB ( www.abb.com) is a leading global technology company in power and automation that enables utility, industry, and transport & infrastructure customers to improve their performance while lowering environmental impact. The ABB Group of companies operates in roughly 100 countries and employs about 135,000 people, whereof 6.350 in Switzerland. In 2014 ABB was again selected as the most attractive employer for engineering students in Switzerland. Start your career at ABB in Switzerland and go to www.abb.ch/karriere or www.facebook.com/ABBCareer to learn more.ABB Corporate Research is developing the foundations for the next generation of ABB products in close collaboration with ABB business areas. In Switzerland, the ABB Corporate Research Center, located in Baden-Dättwil in the proximity of Zurich, employs around 200 scientists from more than 30 countries with expertise in various disciplines.