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Open positions

Postdoctoral specialist on atmospheric boundary-layer data analysis
(m/f/d), please apply by January 31, 2022

Researcher within the Flora Incognita Project
(m/f/d), please apply by January 15, 2022

Engineer
(m/f/d), please apply by January 02, 2022

Procurement Clerk / Team Assistant WIS
(m/f/d), please apply by December 19, 2021

PhD Flora Incognita
(m/f/d), please apply by December 17, 2022

PostDoc Flora Incognita
(m/f/d), please apply by December 17, 2022

PostDoc (1)
(m/f/d), please apply by December 15, 2021

PostDoc (2)
(m/f/d), please apply by December 15, 2021

PostDoc (3)
(m/f/d), please apply by December 15, 2021

Research Group Leader
(m/f/d), please apply by November 30, 2021

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PhD positions (IMPRS)

The International Max Planck Research School for Global Biogeochemical Cycles offers fully funded PhD projects twice per year.
More info & application

Offers for Bachelors, Masters or Ph.D. projects

Recent topics for project modules, bachelors, masters or Ph.D. thesis work, are posted at:
Offers from the Department Biogeochemical Processes (Trumbore)
Offers from the Department Biogeochemical Integration (Reichstein)
Offers from the Research Group Molecular Biogeochemistry (Gleixner)
Offers from the Max Planck Fellow Group Functional Biogeography (Wirth/Kattge)

Guest / stipend program at the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry

The Max-Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry (MPI-BGC) is eager to support scientific progress in the field of biogeochemistry by temporarily hosting a restricted number of highly-qualified junior researchers on the PhD researchers level and postdoctoral level, termed guest PhD researchers or guest PostDocs.
For further details please see guest program.

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