“Why might a student want to work at EOS? That’s easy: fascinating technology, impressive 3D-printed components, a good atmosphere, great support for students, diverse opportunities and tasks with plenty of responsibility. I’m currently working in data control, which is a great fit for my studies. I can put what I learn at university into practice, and vice versa. It also motivates me to know that my work will help my colleagues in the long term. For example, I helped to modernize maintenance work and create checklists in quality management. As a student, you’re integrated quickly and always feel like part of the team. I would definitely recommend any student to apply to EOS.”
Johannes | Intern and Working Student
Prerequisites for an Internship at EOS
Facts About Internships
“After university, I was looking for a way to expand my know-how in laser sintering. It wasn’t long before I found EOS, given that they stand at the intersection of 30 years of experience, market leadership and global networking. Now, as part of my PhD thesis, I’m working on ways to test the suitability of polymer powder for 3D printing in the laboratory. This will save iterations, time and costs. I can focus on basic research because I’m not tied down by everyday project work. But I can ask my team questions whenever I need to and my supervisor takes excellent care of me.”
Jens | PhD Student
Prerequisites for a Successful Application
Facts About the PhD Program
As a PHD@EOS, you’ll be directly employed by EOS and you’ll sign a 3-year employment contract. You’ll work on a research project relevant to EOS four days a week and you’ll be directly integrated into a team from R&D. The topic of your PhD thesis and your research question will of course be mutually coordinated.
If you already have a supervising professor in mind – great! If not, we can suggest suitable contacts through our research partnerships.
Get in touch with Julia or take a look at our FAQs for applicants – you might find that your question has already been answered.
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Please note: to simplify the language and without any intention to discriminate, we only use male pronouns. This is intended to include all genders.