Five education roles listed on Dezeen Jobs
We've selected five opportunities in the education sector for architects, designers and artists, which are available on Dezeen Jobs this week, including positions at the University of Stuttgart, Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Applied Arts Vienna.
Professorship for Building Typology and Design at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Karlsruhe, Germany
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology is looking for a professorship for Building Typology and Design to join its team in Karlsruhe, Germany. The university's campus includes a lab that features translucent polycarbonate panels, which was designed by Behnisch Architekten.
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Senior artist for Design Investigations at University of Applied Arts Vienna in Vienna, Austria
The University of Applied Arts Vienna spotlighted a project named Humanless Nature by students Moritz Berchtold, Eva-Maria Lainer, Stephan Sinn and Ludwig Rieger, in which they reimagined an ecosystem where "the principle of survival of the fittest does not hold". The institution is seeking a senior artist for Design Investigations to join its team in Vienna, Austria.
Director at Carnegie Mellon University's School of Design in Pittsburgh, USA
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University's School of Design pioneered wearable devices that can be stuck upon the skin for medical, fitness or lifestyle purposes. The institution is hiring a director to join its faculty in Pittsburgh, USA.
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Architect research associates at University of Stuttgart in Stuttgart, Germany
University of Stuttgart is looking for architect research associates to join its team in Stuttgart, Germany. The school created a thatch in the Alps as part of ongoing research into renewable materials for high-altitude regions.
Research associates – doctoral researchers or architects at University of Stuttgart in Stuttgart, Germany
University of Stuttgart is looking for doctoral researchers or architects to join its team as research associates in Stuttgart, Germany. The schools' engineers used self-shaping wood and its natural shrinking process to create the 14-metre-high Urbach Tower located in Germany.
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