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Elena Borgardt

Elena Borgardt, Doctoral Researcher

Elena Borgardt works at Forschungszentrum Jülich as a doctoral researcher in the field of low-temperature electrolysis. Her work involves analysing the extent to which the mechanical properties of electrolysis components can influence cell performance, as well as developing a way to design electrolysis stacks so that the components are not damaged.

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Tim Lienig

Tim Lienig, Doctoral Researcher

Tim Lienig works at the Peter Grünberg Institute as a doctoral researcher in the field of microstructure research. As part of a priority programme funded by the German Research Foundation, he is investigating novel metal alloys known as high-entropy alloys (HEAs).

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André Zambanini

André Zambanini, Team Leader

André Zambanini heads the hardware development team at the Central Institute of Engineering, Electronics and Analytics, where he develops digital circuits for system-on-chip solutions.

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Ines-Marie Thelen

Ines-Marie Thelen, Trainee Physics Laboratory Technician

"The interdisciplinary aspect is very exciting because I’m constantly confronted with new ideas and approaches as well as new challenges. I can work on problems independently, but I can also rely on my colleagues and their different ways of thinking for instant support whenever I need it."

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Christian Klar steht an einem Eingang zu einem Gewächshaus am Institut. Das Getreide im Gewächshaus ist in goldfarbenes Licht getaucht.

Dr. Christian Klar, Science Manager

"I wanted to work in an area closely related to science, and as a multi-thematic non-university research institution, Forschungszentrum Jülich offers a multitude of opportunities for professional development."

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Sabine Prall

Sabine Prall, JARA Press Officer

"What’s special about Forschungszentrum Jülich in my opinion is the range of opportunities and options that are offered – the “entire package”, so to speak. The first-class scientific facilities, such as the high-resolution electron microscopes at the Ernst Ruska-Centre or the clean rooms of the Helmholtz Nanoelectronic Facility, are only the beginning. Jülich is an El Dorado for research."

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