Current Vacancies

Open Positions

Two Open Possitions at Vienna BioCenter Core Facilities, Austria
1. Bioinformatician/Data Scientist for Plant Phenotyping,
2. Phenotyping Specialist -High-throughput Plant Phenotyping

Leader (f/m/d) for the project group "Environmental Simulation and Phenotyping, at HMGU in Munich, Germany

Two open positions for research scientists in the field of data management and big data (2018-314 and 2018-315) at the Institute of Bio- and Geosciences – Plant Sciences (IBG-2) at Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany

Postdoctoral Positions

Postdoctoral Fellow in Plant X-ray and Nuclear Imaging, at the Global Institute for Food Security, Canada

Postdoctoral position at the National Institute for Agricultural Botany (NIAB) in Cambridge, UK. Root phenotyping and QTL discovery in the IWYP project, “Rooty-A root ideotype toolbox to support improved wheat yields”. Application closing date: 27 February 2019

Postdoc - Plant Functional Biology - AgResearch, New Zealand

Post doc opportunity based at JIRCAS HQ,  Tsukuba/Japan

R&D Manager at Biolumic, Palmerston North, New Zeeland

Post doctoral position – Physiological phenotyping of high value crops at the Aarhus University, a 2-year position at the post doctoral level within the area of physiological phenotyping of high value crop species, starting 1 April 2019.

PhD positions

PhD positions (natural, agronomical or bioinformatics sciences) at the IBG-2:Plant Sciences, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany

Call for a PhD Researcher at  Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal

Phd student in the research education subject Plant Breeding with focus on automated phenotyping, at SLU in Alnarp, Sweden

 PhD position in crop production adaptations to climate change, Uppsala, Sweden

The IRTG 2466 "Network, exchange, and training program to understand plant resource allocation" invites applications for 13 PhD projects in three research areas, University Düsserldorf, Germany

PhD project ‘Modelling effects of climate change on photosynthetic enzymes to find solutions for future food and environmental security’, Newcastle University, UK