Chemist with material synthesis / device physics background (m/f) in Berlin



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Imagine that one day the pictures in your daily newspaper will start moving like in Harry Potter, packaging in the supermarket shelf will start shining, showing customer information content and declare all contained sensitive materials. Sounds like science fiction? INURU GmbH has developed a printing process, which allows to print simple displays. Those are paper-thin, can be recycled via normal trash and are highly price competitive in the fabrication. They are raising the awareness of printed products and advertisement at the point-of-sale. So far they are only single shining elements but now you come into play: Be part of our young development team that pushes the technology 1 step further and creates real video content on paper, marking the new age in advertisement.
For upgrading our technology we are looking as of now for our material development team:

– a chemist with organic/inorganic material synthesis and device physics experience


  • Development of new materials
  • Assessment of current synthesis processes
  • Chemical and physical material characterization
  • Characterization of devices performance containing new materials


  • Experience with organic/inorganic material syntheses
  • Material characerization experience (UPS, XPS, Kelvin Probe, Hall, IPES, UV-Vis, 4-PP)
  • Device physics experience (OLED, OFET, OPV etc.)
  • Advantageous: Functional printing experience
  • Very good english; good german is advantageous
  • Passion for Technology


  • You work on creating the world of tomorrow
  • Young and dynamic team
  • High learning curve: You learn much in a short amount of time
  • Chance to bring your own ideas into realization

Applications to
INURU GmbH, Johann-Hittorf-Str. 8, 12489 Berlin-Adlershof.
T: +49 30 6392 7478; or on FB

INURU GmbH was founded 2016 after 4 years of technology development. The company has been
awarded industry prizes like the German Packaging Award 2017, German Innovation Award 2018 and
Promotional Gift Award 2018 among many other.