Robert Bosch Junior Professorship - Research into the Sustainable Use of Natural Resources
- Life Sciences, Agricultural Science, Analytical Chemistry, Anthropology/Sociology, Biochemistry, Bioengineering, Biology, Biomedical Sciences, Biophysics, Biotechnology, Botany/Plant Science, Developmental Biology, Ecology, Environmental Science, Evolutionary Biology, Marine Science, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Other Life Science, Zoology, Physical Sciences, Atmospheric Sciences, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Climate Change, Engineering, Geology/Soil Sci/Geography, Geoscience, Materials Science, Mathematics, Oceanography, Organic Chemistry, Other Chemistry, Other Earth Science, Other Engineering, Other Physics, Physics, Polymer Science, Renewable Energy, Health Sciences, Medicine, Nutrition, Public Health, Other, Economics/Political Science, Other, Other Social Science
Are you conducting research into the sustainable use of natural resources? Do you want to contribute to the solution of urgent environmental, developmental and social problems, especially in developing and emerging countries?
If yes, we would like to invite you to apply for the
Robert Bosch Junior Professorship
Research into the Sustainable Use of
together with a German university or research institution of your choice. Applicants of all nationalities are welcome.
We are looking for an outstanding young scientist who wants to find new approaches to clarify and tackle global challenges with regard to the sustain- able use of natural resources.
The research should focus on developing and emerging countries. We are especially interested in applications that also consider human behaviour in this context. Research approaches may be based in the humanities, the social or the natural sciences.
The successful applicant will be awarded a grant worth up to 1 million euros for a five-year period, in order to set up a research group in a German research institution or university. The funds can be allocated flexibly towards covering salaries and research costs.
:: excellent doctorate degree, completed no more than 5 years prior to the application deadline of 14 May 2017 (adjusted for documented parental leave)
:: compelling independent past scientific achievements and publications in peer-reviewed journals
:: international research experience
:: excellent proficiency in English
:: non-German applicants should be prepared to learn German.
The application deadline is 14 May 2017.
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