Open positions & dissertations

Currently there are no open positions and dissertations.

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System analysis and optimization of a hybrid marine propulsion system for low carbon shipping

Research Assistant / Ph.D. Student

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Theses

Currently there are no open theses.

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The objective of the system analysis and optimization is to develop and experimentally validate steady-state and transient operating strategies for the complete system consisting of engine, reformer, carbon capture & liquefaction." }
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Internships

Currently there are no open internships.

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The objective of the system analysis and optimization is to develop and experimentally validate steady-state and transient operating strategies for the complete system consisting of engine, reformer, carbon capture & liquefaction." }
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Currently there are no open internships.

 

Unsolicited applications

If you don’t see a position that fits your qualifications, you can still submit an application that includes a CV.

 

Contact information:

Claudia Kühn
Human Resources
Email: claudia.kuehn@lec.tugraz.at

 

Important information (above all for international applicants)
The FFG supports researchers from abroad with subsidies that cover the cost of travel to an interview and relocation expenses. More detailed information can be found at the FFG website: https://www.ffg.at/karriere-grants