tasks will include :
You have a Master's degree, possibly with a doctorate, in engineering and show proven interest in the field of aviation and its impact on the environment.
In addition to a good knowledge of IT, you have already gained experience in emission measurement technology in the past.
You also have in-depth experience in the scientific analysis of datasets and have already successfully published results in scientific journals.
An independent working style as well as excellent written and spoken English and possibly German are further requirements.
A quick apprehension as well as a flexible and result-oriented way of working will facilitate your start.
The position is limited until 31.12.2023.
This is what we stand for
Zurich University of Applied Sciences ZHAW is one of Switzerland's largest multidisciplinary universities of applied sciences, with over 14'000 students and 3'400 faculty and staff.
As one of the leading education and research institutions in Switzerland, the School of Engineering (SoE) focuses on topics relevant to the future.
14 institutes and centres guarantee high-quality education, research and development with a focus on the areas of energy, mobility, information and health.
The research unit "Meteorology, Environment and Aviation" within the Centre for Aviation (ZAV) performs research in the field of atmospheric sciences, environmental impact of aviation and aircraft technologies.