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PhD Positions in Bioeconomy Graduate Program BBW ForWerts

PhD positions in bioeconomy research
 
Interested in joining an interdisciplinary and vibrant graduate program in bioeconomy?
 
Expecting that - based on your own excellent disciplinary expertise - the ability to communicate and interact productively with other disciplines adds to your qualification?
 
Eager to communicate with industries active in bioeconomy?
 
Then you should apply for a position in the Graduate Program
 
Bioeconomy Baden-Württemberg:
Exploring Innovative Value-Added Chains (BBW ForWerts)
 
 
General research areas of the program are:
  • Lignocellulose – Development of an alternative commodity platform for new materials and products
  • Sustainable and flexible value added chains for biogas in Baden-Württemberg
  • Integrated use of micro algae for nutrition and feeding stuff industries
Currently, we are offering one PhD position ("Fermentative High Pressure Methane Production from Hydrogen - Fundamental investigations regarding the fermentative conversion of hydrogen and carbon dioxide to methane under elevated pressure") at the University of Hohenheim.

 
Interested candidates are invited to apply via the BBW-ForWerts homepage:
http://bbwforwerts.cos.uni-heidelberg.de/
(This call for applications closes on 21 April 2015)

Contact detail


How to apply:
Only online applications will be accepted: http://bbwforwerts.cos.uni-heidelberg.de
Send application to
Please refer to the BBW-ForWerts website for further information: http://bbwforwerts.cos.uni-heidelberg.de

Job profile


Working hours
Full-Time
Contract duration
Temporary
Type of job
PhD Project
Work experience
job experience is not required
Region
Germany (Baden-Württemberg)
Working place
70599 Hohenheim
Area of expertise
Agricultural Sciences, Biology & Life Sciences, Chemistry, Biotechnology, Chemical & Process Engineering, Material Science & Engineering