Research Career at our Department
The Department of Materials and Geosciences provides dedicated early career researchers an excellent research and work environment.
There are two ways of gaining a doctorate:
- Traditional – doctoral candidates carry out research individually under the supervision of the supervisor and are not bound to a mandatory programme of studies.
- Structured – doctoral candidates do their studies within the context of a structured doctoral programme, mostly in a group with other early career researchers.
Doctoral students in Materials Science are invited to become a member of the graduate school Materialium.
Here you will find current available vacancies of our research groups. In addition, you can get an overview of the focus areas and other offers on the following pages:
You can also find additional jobs in the central job portal of TU Darmstadt.
Oral Doctoral Exams
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Please note the current information about oral exams and doctoral exams as video conference and for the process the guidelines for doctoral exams as video conference (opens in new tab).
If you intend to attend a video conference of a doctoral exam, please turn to firstname.lastname@example.org-… at least one week before the date of the exam. You need to provide the name of the candidate as well as your own name. You will be provided with the access data before the exam in due time. Please note that video and audio recordings of doctoral exams are prohibited.