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  • 10 Mar 2017 1:56 PM | Judy Crocker (Administrator)

    Title:  PhD position in Material Flow Analysis (MFA) and Geographical Information Systems (GIS) (IV-86/17)

    Institution:  Norwegian University of Science and Technology

    Location:  Trondheim, Norway

    Deadline:  March 28, 2017


    The Department of Energy and Process Engineering at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) is seeking a PhD student to develop a spatially explicit model and scenarios for the Norwegian phosphorus cycle. The PhD student will be involved in the project “Nutrients in a Circular Bioeconomy: Barriers and opportunities for Mineral Phosphorus Independence in Norway” (MIND-P).

     Phosphorus is a macronutrient that is essential for food security. Its supply is dependent on finite amounts from reserves concentrated primarily in the Western Sahara and Morocco. This makes Norway vulnerable to supply disruptions. First studies of the phosphorus cycle have demonstrated that Norway generates about four times more secondary phosphorus than it needs for fertilization. The current inefficiency of phosphorus use results in large amounts of phosphorus being accumulated in the soil and in aquatic systems and contributes to eutrophication.

     The goal of the MIND-P project is to analyse pathways towards independence from mineral P fertilizer use through improved recycling with a focus on manure and fish sludge, the two largest sources of secondary phosphorus. The project will be conducted in co-operation with partners from agricultural sciences, from aquaculture sciences, and from industrial ecology. The PhD student will develop a spatially explicit model for the phosphorus stocks and flows in order to evaluate different strategies for secondary phosphorus recycling. The MIND-P project further aims at the development of a Norwegian Phosphorus Platform, and this PhD project will inform and be informed by this platform.


    The research involves quantitative systems analysis, the use of geographical information systems (GIS), as well as interactions with industry and government representatives. Therefore, the successful candidate should be able to demonstrate a strong background in natural science or engineering, preferable with experience in industrial ecology. Demonstrated experience in the use of GIS is required. Skills and experience in modelling and programming are advantageous. Good communication skills are highly relevant for this project, and knowledge of the Norwegian language is an advantage. The candidate should further be willing to work both independently and in teams with other researchers across disciplines.


    PhD Candidates are remunerated in code 1017, and are normally remunerated at gross NOK 432, 300 before tax. There will be a 2 % deduction to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund from gross wage.

    Engagement as a PhD Candidate is done in accordance with “Regulation concerning terms and conditions of employment for the posts of post-doctoral research fellow, research fellow, research assistant and resident”, given by the Ministry of Education and Research of 19.07.2010. The goal of the positions is to obtain a PhD degree. Applicants will engage in an organized PhD training program, and appointment requires approval of the applicants plan for a PhD study within three months from the date of commencement.

     The research position is set for a duration of 3 years towards the degree of PhD.

     For further information and informal enquiries about the position please contact Prof. Daniel B. Müller, Department of Energy and Process Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim. Email:

     See for more information.

     The engagement is to be made in accordance with the regulations in force concerning State Employees and Civil Servants. The positions adhere to the Norwegian Government's policy of balanced ethnicity, age and gender. Women are encouraged to apply.

     The application

    The application must contain information of educational background and work experience. Certified copies of transcripts and reference letters should be enclosed.

    Applications with CV, grade transcripts and other enclosures should be submitted via this webpage here Mark the application with IV-86/17.

     Anticipated commencement: in agreement with the Department, as soon as possible.

    Application deadline: March 28, 2017.

     According to the new Freedom of Information Act, information concerning the applicant may be made public even if the applicant has requested not to be included in the list of applicants.

     Apply for this job

  • 08 Mar 2017 7:34 AM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Position: Postdoctoral Researcher

    Institute: The Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation - State Research Institute in Pulawy

    Location: Pulawy, Poland

    Deadline: 3/20/17

    Duration of Employment: 21 months

    The Department of Bioeconomy and Systems Analysis is looking for a researcher to join our team, who will be involved in the on-going project, "New Strategies on Bio-Economy in Poland", which is funded by the European Commission. The successful applicant will preferably have a combination of skills and experience in the following topics:

    • Integrated assessment modeling (IAM) of bio-based systems (bioenergy)
    • Input-Output and Hybrid Life Cycle Assessment
    • Economic-equilibrium modeling
    • (Indirect) Land Use Change
    • Optimisation Modeling
    Required Documents:
    • CV
    • Cover Letter
    • Letter(s) of reference
    • List of Impact Factor publications, with H-index
    • List of international and national projects
    • Consent of processing of the personal data
    The documents shall be sent by post to the Institute (IUNG-PIB, Czartoryskich 8 Street, 24-100 Pulawy, Poland), or by email in pdf format (attachments up to 15 MB) to Katarzyna Zylowska (mailto: or submitted personally in the HR Department of the Institute from M-F 7h-15h no later than 3/20/17

    Online and/or face to face interviews will be in March or April. The start date is negotiable but positions are open with immediate effect.

    The application must contain the following statement: "I hereby give consent for the personal data included in my application to be processed for the purposes of recruitment, in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act dated August 29, 1997 (uniform text: Journal of Laws of the Republic of Poland 2002 No 101, item 926 with further amendments)"
  • 08 Mar 2017 7:30 AM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Position: Under Secretary General

    Institution: United Nations University

    Location: Tokyo, Japan

    Deadline: April 22, 2017


    United Nations University objectives

    The United Nations University (UNU) brings together an international community of scholars engaged in research, postgraduate training, and dissemination of knowledge in furtherance of the purposes and principles of the United Nations, its Peoples and Member States. UNU serves as a think tank for the United Nations system; it is a platform for new and creative ideas, as well as academic and policy dialogue. In addition to the UNU Headquarters located in Tokyo, UNU has established fifteen institutes and programmes worldwide.


    The United Nations University (UNU) is recruiting a Rector.

    The Rector is the chief academic and administrative officer of the University and has overall responsibility for the direction, organisation, administration and programmes of the University. The Rector is appointed by the Secretary-General of the United Nations after consultation with the Director-General of UNESCO. The position carries the rank of United Nations Under-Secretary-General and requires extensive overseas travel.

    Required qualifications

    Advanced university degree, preferably a PhD in a discipline related to the human sciences, or sciences of life, the earth, and the biosphere. The successful candidate must have a prominent academic profile with evidence of high-quality research work in the course of her/his career. In addition, she/he will demonstrate an understanding of contemporary development and policymaking challenges and will have experience translating research for policy communities. Demonstrated management experience as the head of a university or research centre is required. Fluency in English and a working knowledge of French are essential.

    Desirable qualifications and characteristics

    • Established profile in the international community
    • Successful track record of fundraising
    • Knowledge and appreciation of, and commitment to, the principles and ideals of the United Nations
    • Capability to maintain close cooperation with individuals, governments, and research and teaching institutions worldwide in order to promote scientific cooperation
    • Great drive and initiative to achieve the goals of UNU
    • Some knowledge of other UN official languages is desirable.

    For more information on how to apply, please click here

  • 27 Feb 2017 6:00 PM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Title: Several Postdoctoral Positions

    Institution: Universities of Leiden, Delft, and Rotterdam

    The universities of Leiden, Delft and Rotterdam have won a major EU grant for a regional Marie Curie Fellowship scheme. In 3 rounds, a total of 90 two-year postdoc positions will be funded. The call is open for all subject matters but we expect a few postdocs can be hired on sustainability topics. This can be a nice opportunity for recently graduated PhDs, or PhDs close to graduation. 

    Conditions and application process:

    • Applicants must graduate before the relevant recruitment date (1 October 2017, 1 July 2018, 1 April 2019). The PhD date can be a maximum of 60 months before the recruitment date.
    • Applicants must not have lived over 12 months in the Netherlands in the last 3 years (MC is a mobility program).
    • Proposals are possible on virtually all subjects covered by the three universities as long as a candidate is endorsed by an institute of one of the universities. A support/commitment letter of a hosting group within one of the universities is mandatory.
    • The proposal consists of a post-doc research plan (<3 pages),  training plan (<3 pages), summary (1 page), motivation letter (1 page) and a CV (<4 pages). Writing is usually supported by the hosting group.
    • Like regular applications for EU Marie Curie fellowships, proposals will be judged by independent external experts, not the hosting institute. Criteria are the quality of the proposal (35%), quality of the individual training plan (35%) and quality of the applicant’s track record (30%).
    • Application deadlines are 31 March 2017, 31 December 2017, 30 October 2018 with as related intended recruitment dates 1 October 2017, 1 July 2018, 1 April 2019. 

    CML is happy to support good candidates in the field of Industrial Ecology and Biodiversity/ecology/toxicity research. CML is further leading the Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Centre for Sustainability set up by these universities. With CfS focusing on the transition to a circular economy, candidates interested in subjects like sustainable business models, sustainable design, and governance and transition management for circularity can be supported by other CfS groups.

    Relevant links

    Information on Leading Fellows:

  • 27 Feb 2017 5:57 PM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Title: PhD Position on Sustainability Assessment of Urban Systems

    Institution: University of Minnesota  

    Location: Saint Paul, Minnesota

    Deadline: Open until filled, review will begin March 20, 2017

    There is an important need to develop data-driven solutions for addressing complex problems facing agriculture.  With its central motivation to improve agricultural efficiency and contribute to this need, Minnesota’s AGREETT (Agricultural Research Education, Extension and Technology Transfer) initiative is making significant investments in agricultural research, education, and Extension to work in key areas of agricultural production taking advantage of the technological changes that are transforming agriculture and complementing the University’s MnDRIVE (MN Driven Innovation Economy) initiative investments.  

    The Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering, College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences (CFANS) at the University of Minnesota seeks candidates for a 9-month tenure-track assistant professor position in the broader area of measurement science and agro-bioinformatics with research and teaching (50%/50%) responsibilities.

    The goal of the measurement science and agro-bioinformatics position is to improve efficiency in agricultural systems by developing new ways to collect, interpret, and analyze agricultural  data at various scales, and help create management solutions to improve decision making.  Areas of research may include quantifying the interactions between agricultural systems and the biotic, abiotic and/or physical factors affecting agricultural efficiency. The faculty member will be expected to advance the design and implementation of highly efficient agricultural systems that have minimal adverse impacts on the environment.  The scope may cover a broad spectrum of disciplines, from sensing networks and measurement technologies, to data collection, database development, data analysis, and data integration and dissemination technologies/platforms.

    The University of Minnesota’s robust research, teaching, and Extension programs have a long history of developing and delivering cutting edge research and education to farmers and other stakeholders. The person in this faculty position will address a critical need in the broad area of measurement science and agro-bioinformatics. Responsibilities include working with both the public and private sectors to develop new technologies and guidelines for improving efficiency while reducing negative environmental impacts. This faculty member will help Minnesota maintain its strong leadership position in sustainable agricultural.

    The person in this position is expected to develop a nationally and internationally recognized research program, seek and secure extramural research funding from state and national competitive grant programs, and develop an independent research program of basic and applied research. The person is expected to build collaborations across disciplines, and closely interact with other departments within CFANS and across the University including the University of Minnesota Informatics Institute (UMII). The University of Minnesota offers opportunities to work with engineers, agricultural scientists, and other faculty on campus and a network of Research and Outreach Centers across the state.

    Teaching responsibilities for this position are envisioned to include undergraduate and graduate level courses offered by the department and related to the successful candidate’s discipline and background, which may include advanced precision agriculture, big data analytics in agriculture, agro-bioinformatics, or sustainable systems. Other faculty responsibilities include advising graduate students and service commitments to the department, college, University, and the profession.


    Required: PhD in biological systems engineering, bioinformatics, computer science, or a related agricultural, environmental, or computational field. Basic and applied research experience in biological/agricultural systems that are important in Minnesota. Demonstrated record of publication within discipline.

    Preferred: Preference will be given to candidates with: a strong peer reviewed publication record and experience in measurement science and informatics applications; evidence of abilities to work collaboratively on multidisciplinary projects; evidence of potential to develop and manage interdisciplinary research programs at the forefront of the discipline; evidence of effective teaching with diverse audiences and excellent written and oral communication skills; demonstrated experience in obtaining external funding; interest in, experience with, and commitment to diversity and inclusiveness.

    Salary and Benefits  Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications.  The University’s outstanding fringe benefits package includes participation in the University’s faculty retirement program; group life, medical, and dental insurance plans; and sabbatical, semester, and parental leave opportunities. Detailed benefits information is available at:

    Application Instructions

    Interested applicants should submit a cover letter referencing the Measurement Science and Agro-Bioinformatics faculty position; detailed curriculum vitae; statement of research (2 pages); statement of teaching (1 page); copies of official undergraduate and graduate transcripts; a brief statement describing interest in, experience with, and commitment to diversity and inclusiveness (1 page); and a list of three references including contact information to the online application system described below. Letters from three references should be sent to To guarantee full consideration, all application materials, including reference letters, must be received by March 20, 2017. Review of applications will begin March 20, 2017 and continue until the position is filled. The position will be available in Fall 2017.

    Please apply online via the University of Minnesota Employment System: . Enter Job ID 315687.

    Please visit the following links to learn more about the Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering,; the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences,; the AGREETT program;; University of Minnesota Informatics Institute (UMII); and University of Minnesota Extension,  

    Any offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check.

  • 26 Feb 2017 5:29 PM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Title: PhD Positions in Sustainability Engineering

    Institution: NC State University

    Location: Raleigh, North Carolina, USA

    Research areas:
    The United States is actively pursuing a transition from fossil fuel-based economy to a bio-based economy that sustainably utilizes renewable biomass resources for producing energy, intermediate and final product. The development of bioeconomy is one of research focuses in the Forest Biomaterials Department at North Carolina State University. Prof. Yuan Yao is looking for Ph.D. students to take a lead role in developing state-of-the-art analysis tools for quantifying environmental impacts of bioenergy and biomaterials, optimizing existing and future industrial systems, and identifying feasible pathways to a more sustainable future.

    Ph.D. students will receive financial support that includes stipends, tuition and health benefits as Graduate Research Assistant (GRA). The successful applicants should have relevant backgrounds in Chemical Engineering or other related engineering fields. Applicants should hold a BS or Master’s degree or graduate in the very near future – date of graduation must be enclosed in the application. Good speaking and written English is required (TOEFL > 90 is preferred for international applicants). GRE is required for all applicants.

    Previous experience and/or documented knowledge in one or more of the following areas are highly recommended to apply:

    ·       Process optimization and mathematical programming (e.g., Matlab, R, Python, GAMS)

    ·       Chemical process modeling and simulation (e.g., AspenPlus or similar software)

    ·       Life Cycle Assessment methodologies and ecosystems services assessment

    Dr. Yuan Yao,
    More info about application procedures:

  • 26 Feb 2017 5:27 PM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Title: PhD Student in Interdisciplinary Sustainability Science

    Institution: NC State University

    Location: Raleigh, North Carolina, USA

    A highly-qualified PhD student is sought for a position in Interdisciplinary Sustainability Science within the College of Natural Resources at NC State University. The successful applicant will focus on applied questions that address sustainability across the natural and built environments, preference will be given to applications with STEM backgrounds (including social science) and interested in aspects of water resources. The successful applicant will work across natural and social sciences, collaborating with Dr. Yuan Yao (Forest Biomaterial), Dr. Kathryn Stevenson (Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management), and Dr. Katie Martin (Forestry and Environmental Resources). The position includes three years of tuition support, an annual stipend of $25,000, and benefits. The candidate will have opportunities to collaborate with the NC State Center for Geospatial Analytics and the USGS Southeast Climate Science Center, among others. Candidates should have an MS and experience in interdisciplinary research in natural resources. To apply, please send CV, GRE scores, transcripts (unofficial) and one statement that includes interest, career goals, and dissertation topic ideas to:

    Dr. Katie Martin,

    Dr. Kathryn Stevenson,

    Dr. Yuan Yao,

    Applications will be reviewed as they are received and continue until the position is filled. Members of historically underrepresented groups in STEM fields are strongly encouraged to apply. NC State is a top-tier research university located in Raleigh, NC which is the anchor of the Research Triangle region, consistently recognized for high quality of life.

  • 19 Feb 2017 3:24 PM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Title: PhD Position on Sustainability Assessment of Urban Systems

    Institution: Ecole Polytechnique Federale De Lausanne

    Location: Lausanne, Switzerland

    Deadline: March 20, 2017

    We are offering a 100% PhD researcher position on sustainability assessment of urban systems at the Laboratory for Human-Environment Relations in Urban Systems (HERUS), ENAC, atthe Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) in Lausanne, Switzerland.

    The research focus of HERUS is on transitions of urban systems towards sustainability. HERUS is an interdisciplinary team, consisting of social scientists and natural scientists. We combine social science methods with material and energy flow models, using ABM or SD and where appropriate machine learning techniques. A key aspect of our work relates to developing assessment methods for urban systems combining systemic and normative aspects. The research of the PhD student wiIl focus on further developing these sustainability assessment methods. Thereby, the PhD student will combine qualitative and quantitative approaches to elicit and assess the sustainability of urban systems. Depending on the background a specialization in topics such as sustainable health, energy, or wellbeing is possible.

    The PhD position will span maximal 4 years. Working language is English.

    Your job

    • Full responsibility for your own research under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Claudia Binder and Dr. Stefanie Krauth, or

    other postdocs, depending on needs

    • Support to build-up the area of sustainability assessment of urban systems
    • Research in collaboration with the research team and potential city partners
    • Teaching (20%)

    We expect

    • An excellent MSC degree, preferably in Environmental Sciences, Environmental Engineering, Geography, Natural

    Sciences, or other related fields

    • Knowledge of, and high interest in, interdisciplinary approaches and interest to employ methods from different fields such as social science and natural sciences
    • High interest in sustainability issues and the assessment thereof
    • Proficiency in English, strong team spirit, social skiNs, good communication, independence, and a high level of motivation for academic research motivated by relevant practical problems
    • French knowledge is an asset

    We offer

    • Excellent working conditions: an innovative and competitive atmosphere, modem equipped working areas and an environment that promotes access to the world’s best scientists
    • Full financial support for four years including conference visits

    • The position is open as of May 2017 or upon agreement

    Please send your application including motivation letter, curriculum vitae, list of publications and two references until March 20th 2017 in one PDF to:

    For questions please contact the head of the laboratory:

  • 19 Feb 2017 3:16 PM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Title: Post-doctoral/Senior Scientist Modelling Position

    Institution: Ecole Polytechnique Federale De Lausanne

    Location: Lausanne, Switzerland

    Deadline: March 20, 2017

    We are offering a Post-doctoral /senior scientist position on modelling transitions of urban systems at the Laboratory for Human-Environment Relations in Urban Systems (HERUS), ENAC, at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) in Lausanne, Switzerland.

    The research focus of HERUS is on transitions of urban systems towards sustainability. HERUS is an interdisciplinary team consisting of social scientists and natural scientists. We combine social science methods with material and energy flow models, using ABM or SD and, where appropriate, machine learning techniques. The research of the post-doctoral fellow will focus on developing integrative models and scenarios for transitions of urban systems towards sustainability. The fellow will also contribute to building an ontology for characterizing urban systems as Social-Ecological Technological Systems (SETS), which provides the basis for the modelling endeavours and group collaboration.

    For reference of past work please visit: 

    The post-doctoral / senior scientist position will span maximal 6 years.

    Working language is English.

    Your job

    • Full responsibility for your own research
    • Research in collaboration with the research team and potential city partners
    • Co-supervision of PhD and MSC student projects and basic administrative support
    • Support to the HERUS Laboratory in ontology and model development
    • Teaching (20%)

    We expect

    • An excellent PhD degree, preferably in Social Sciences, Geography, Environmental Sciences, Environmental

    Engineering, or Natural Sciences

    • A strong modelling background and ability to bridge between social and environmental sciences
    • Experience in interdisciplinary research and related skills
    • Experience in transitions research and high interest in understanding and modelling transition processes in urban systems
    • Proficiency in English, strong team spirit, proven social skills, good communication skills, independence and a high level of motivation for academic research work motivated by relevant practical problems
    • French knowledge is an asset

    We offer

    • Excellent working conditions: an innovative and competitive atmosphere, modem equipped working areas and an environment that promotes access to the worlds best scientists
    • Full financial support including conference visits
    • The position is open as ofMay 2017 or upon agreement

    Please send your application including motivation letter, curriculum vitae, list of publications and  two references until March 20th 2017 in one PDF to: 

    For questions please contact the head of the laboratory:
  • 19 Feb 2017 3:09 PM | Preeth Srinivasaraghavan (Administrator)

    Title: Postdoctoral Researcher - "Conceptualizing Global Supply Chains in a Circular Economy

    Institution: Circulus

    Location: Freiburg, Germany

    The newly established research group invites applications of suitable candidates for a position as Postdoctoral Researcher.

    The group aims to develop a comprehensive understanding of the emergence and potential pathways of a circular economy in Europe and beyond. To achieve integrated insights into political, economic, and societal change processes, the group combines perspectives from political science, sociology, economics, and engineering/industrial ecology. It is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and located in an exciting, international network of scholars from diverse disciplines.

    About the job

    The Postdoctoral Researcher’s primary task is to advance our understanding of transformation processes in global supply chains of forest and agriculture-based products related to a circular economy. In particular, the Postdoctoral Researcher will analyze opportunities and constraints to the re-organization of supply chains for a circular economy. She/he will further assess synergies and trade-offs between different sustainability objectives (economic, environmental, and social) along existing and potential future chains. This task will involve case study research and quantitative assessments of industry sectors (e.g. on supply chains developing around food waste or paper board). The results will be aligned with political science knowledge on supply chain regulation for a circular economy (generated by other group members). In the latter task, the Postdoctoral Researcher is expected to cooperate closely with the head of the research group. 

    Within this project, the Postdoctoral Researcher will be given considerable freedom to develop her/his own research program and qualify for an advanced academic career. The post includes the opportunity to participate in the supervision of BSc/MSc/PhD theses and teaching at the Faculty. Pursuing a further qualification (Habilitation) is supported but no requirement.

    Qualifications, competencies & experience

    • Master’s degree (or equivalent) in environmental science, economics, or related disciplines;
    • Doctoral Degree in the field of ecological economics, industrial ecology or a related field with a strong focus on sustainable supply chains;
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills in English and good working knowledge of German;
    • Knowledge of issues and processes related to natural resources, environmental management and sustainability;
    • Knowledge of ecological-economic modeling, ecological footprint accounting, life-cycle assessment;
    • A strong interest in interdisciplinary work, especially with the social/political sciences;
    • Demonstrated experience in publishing in peer-reviewed journals and presenting research findings at international scientific conferences;
    • Demonstrated ability to work independently and to adapt to an international work environment;
    • Strong interpersonal skills and a desire to cooperate closely with the group;
    • Ability to engage with researchers and stakeholders from a range of backgrounds.

    We offer

    The position presents the chance to be part of an interdisciplinary group committed to cutting-edge research in sustainability science. Your position includes participation in national and international scientific conferences and the possibility to acquire further training related to your professional development ( or teaching and learning ( You will be located in an interdisciplinary faculty (focusing on environmental and social science) with renowned staff, excellent research networks and an international, multi-disciplinary student body in the heart of the Black Forest.

    The University of Freiburg is an equal opportunity employer committed to fostering heterogeneity among its employees and increasing the proportion of female scientists. Consequently, we actively encourage applications from qualified women. We also welcome applications from candidates with severe disabilities who will be given preferential consideration in case of equal qualification.

    Full time, to be filled for a 2-year term with the option of a 2-year extension (funding secured). Starting as soon as possible. Annual salary ~51-56,500 EUR, depending on qualification & experience, including social security & pension plan.

    To apply

    Please send a cover and motivation letter (in English, 2 pages max.), a CV, an example of your scientific writing, copies of relevant school and university certificates and transcripts, and contact details of at least two references. Please submit all materials through mail or e-mail in one PDF file named with your surname (e.g. Smith.pdf) to

    Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate is found.

    For questions about the job, please contact Dr. Sina Leipold ( 

    For more information about the research group, visit

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