Evonik is one of the world’s leading specialty chemicals companies. While we don’t produce electric cars, aircraft, medications or 3D printers, Evonik is part and parcel of these and many other end products. That’s because we contribute the small things that make a big difference. We make electric car batteries perform better, aircraft greener, medications more effective and 3D printers more efficient. In short: We think beyond the bounds of chemistry to make the world a better place. Today and tomorrow. We are an international group with a workforce of over 32,000 people spread across more than one hundred locations. Our daily work is shaped by global concerns, such as sustainability, diversity and digitalization. In all our business decisions, we take the present and future generations into consideration. After all, being ready for tomorrow is our business.
Interested in joining our global team? Our wide range of opportunities extends from creative and innovative research through international management all the way to production. Whether you’re studying, starting out in your career or a seasoned professional, come help us make the world a better place.
Evonik is Part of the Joint EU Project ReProSolar for the Complete Recycling of Photovoltaic Modules
The LAS MkII Scintillometer by Kipp & Zonen can detect sensible heat fluxes over long distances, up to 4.5km.
The Vocus CI-TOF from TOFWERK provides real-time chemical ionization measurements.
The Hiden LAS provides leak analysis of sealed packages.
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Vijay Madlani - Katrick Technologies
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