Helmholtz-Institute for Functional Marine Biodiversity is hiring!

8 postdoc positions, 1 junior research group leader position and 1PhD position have been announced, these will be the first scientists to be hired in the new Helmholtz-Institute for Functional Marine Biodiversity (HIFMB) that will be established on the campus of the University of Oldenburg as a collaborative effort of the University Oldenburg and the Alfred-Wegener-Institute, Helmholtz Center for Polar and Marine Research. With these positions, HIFMB initiates first projects during the startup phase of the new institute, aiming at empirical, statistical and theoretical ecology to address the functional role of biodiversity in marine ecosystems and understanding the general principles constraining this role. To download the job descriptions and instructions for applying, please click on the links below:

Junior Research Group Leader - Marine Molecular Ecology

PhD - Role of sponges in benthic pelagic coupling: the role of sponge metabolism for plankton, microbial and chemical diversity of the water column

Post-Doc 1 - Spatial and temporal resilience of ecosystem functions and services

Post-Doc 2 - Acoustic parameters for underwater marine habitat quality

Post-Doc 3 - Optimal Control Theory for spatial planning

Post-Doc 4 - Coexistence, function and resource metabolism

Post-Doc 5 - Anthropogenic drivers of spatial dynamics in functional biodiversity

Post-Doc 6 - Linking plankton diversity to molecular substrate diversity

Post-Doc 7 - Phenotypic Plasticity

Post-Doc 8 - Functional consequences of endogenous clocks in key species

 

Published Mar. 22, 2017 9:13 AM