BAM shows research diversity at MIT European Career Fair
Berlin, 22.02.2018. The Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) will attend the European Career Fair (ECF) of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for the second time on 24 February in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. As part of the joint German presence, BAM will present information about the diverse career opportunities the German departmental research institution has to offer at its stand D19.
"Young scientists are top of mind for BAM," said BAM President Prof. Ulrich Panne. "German departmental research needs fresh talents to stay competitive and BAM offers many attractive research opportunities for young scientists."
BAM will also participate in the ECF Research in Germany workshop on 25 February. Together with the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR), BAM will offer counselling sessions for postdocs and information on career paths and promotion for young scientists. The workshop is organised by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research as part of the campaign Research in Germany – Country of Ideas.
The MIT ECF is the largest European career fair in the US, where highly qualified graduates from top US universities such as MIT, Yale and Harvard can find out about job prospects in Germany and Europe.
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As a departmental research institute of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, BAM performs research, testing and offers advisory support to protect people, the environment and material goods. Its activity in the fields of materials science, materials engineering and chemistry is focussed on the technical safety of products and processes.
BAM’s research is directed towards substances, materials, building elements, components and facilities as well as natural and technical systems important for the national economy and relevant to society. It also tests and assesses their safe handling and operation. BAM develops and validates analysis procedures and assessment methods, models and necessary standards and provides science-based services for the German industry in a European and international framework.
Safety creates markets.
BAM sets and represents high standards for safety in technology and chemistry for Germany and its global markets to further develop the successful German quality culture "Made in Germany“.