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As a member of our team of three research managers, you play a key role in supporting the Production Engineering research group in expanding its externally funded research portfolio.
The Production Engineering research group counts about 50 researchers and is executing fundamental, applied and contract research in the broad field of manufacturing engineering, including additive manufacturing, conventional and non-conventional machining, micro-manufacturing, hybrid machining, sheet metal forming, production metrology, sustainable manufacturing, etc. The group is collaborating with many national and international organizations: universities worldwide, academic networks (e.g. CIRP, EUSPEN,...), research organizations (Flanders Make, Sirris, VITO, Fraunhofer, BLZ, PTB, NPL,...), industry (bilateral framework agreements with Belgian, German, and Swiss world class companies; European projects; etc.), and last but not least its own spin-off companies (Materialise, 3D Systems LayerWise, Nikon Metrology, etc.).
As research manager you will be part of a dynamic team of manufacturing engineering researchers with global recognition. Hence, you will have the opportunity to collaborate with national and international key players in innovative manufacturing process and technology development. We offer an open,informal and professional work environment, with plenty of room for initiatives and own responsibility. You will benefit from a competitive remuneration(monthly salary) and flexible working conditions.