karriere-hiwiDo you want to support the energy transition with your help in the field of research?
Do you like to apply theory in practice?
Do you like to get insights in the atmosphere of an Institute and to learn about the process of research projects in cooperation with industry partners?
Do you want to support research associates with their research for their PhD?
Do you want to socialize and network with other students, research associates and partners of the industry?
Then get informed about IAEW via your fellow students, all our employees and our homepage.

We are looking steadily for student support and we like to encourage you to take the initiative for an application!


We offer you an integration in our daily work at the Institute. This includes your own contribution to research projects which are conducted in close cooperation with the industry. Furthermore, your work includes the creative development of simulation methods and mathematical modelling with up to date development tools.
In a nutshell:

  • Practice orientated project work
  • Flexible time management – free exam periods
  • Job rotation after a year (optional)
  • State of the art computer environment and development tools
  • 10 €/h as a student assistant
  • 12 €/h as a student assistant with a Bachelor degree while you are enrolled in a masters program

You offer a study focusing on electrical engineering, energy technologies or energy economics at RWTH Aachen University. If you like to contribute and develop your skills and knowledge, especially concerning

  • Structural work
  • Analytical skills
  • Mathematic modelling and programming

in combination of our fields in energy technologies and energy economics, then join the IAEW-Team.

In case you have a special interest in one of our research topics or a research group, please mention this in your application. An overview of the topics and possibilities as a student assistant in our different research groups can be found here.

Contact & Information

For more information or to apply, please contact Denis vom Stein or use the contact form below.