Are you interested in app design? How about a Tinder for promoting interdisciplinary scientific collaboration? Help our team build an app prototype to bring scientists from different disciplines together.

We are looking for:

App Developers (HiWi) m/f/div

Starting as soon as possible

    Your tasks:

    We are looking for a student currently enrolled at a german university in a Bachelor of Science or a Master degree in fields relating to app design to support our project. We are seeking motivated students that can develop frontend or backend, and would prefer students that can continue app development until October 2024.

    Tasks include:

    • Frontend or backend design of an app
    • Proper documentation of app development
    • Weekly meetings for progress updates

    The position will allow you contribute your skills in app design to a novel and impactful project. You will be part of an enthusiastic team and have a voice in the trajectory of this project.

    Your profile:

    Ideally, applicants should have:

    • High motivation
    • Strong performance in relevant courses
    • Strong programming skills in app-based languages such as Dart/Flutter
    • Good communication skills in English

                          We offer:

                                  Students without a bachelor degree will be paid 12,41€ per hour. Students with a bachelor degree will be paid 13,03€ per hour. Working time is an expected average of 30 hours a month. Contracts are given per semester.

                                  Contact and Application:

                                  For further questions please contact catalyst.app.tue@gmail.com

                                  Please upload your application (your CV plus a one page motivation letter) to our application portal (https://jobs.is.mpg.de/5pgzn).

                                  The posting is open until 10.03.2024.

                                  The Max Planck Society is committed to increasing the number of individuals with disabilities in its workforce and therefore encourages applications from such qualified individuals. The Max Planck Society strives for gender equality and diversity. Furthermore, the Max Planck Society seeks to increase the number of women in its workforce in those areas where they are underrepresented and therefore explicitly encourages women to apply


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