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Leib­niz-Zen­trum für Agrar­land­schafts­for­schung e.V. - HR

Die Mis­sion des Leib­niz-Zen­trums für Agrar­land­schafts­for­schung (ZALF) e. V. als natio­nal und inter­na­tio­nal agie­ren­des For­schungs­zen­trum ist es, an der öko­no­misch, öko­lo­gisch und sozial nach­hal­ti­gen Land­wirt­schaft der Zukunft zu for­schen – gemein­sam mit Akteu­ren aus der Wis­sen­schaft, Poli­tik und Pra­xis. Das ZALF ist Mit­glied der Leib­niz-Gemein­schaft und unter­hält neben dem Haupt­stand­ort in Mün­che­berg (ca. 35 Minu­ten mit der Regio­nal­bahn von Ber­lin-Lich­ten­berg) eine For­schungs­sta­tion mit wei­te­ren Stand­or­ten in Dede­low sowie Pau­li­nen­aue.

PhD stu­dent (f/m/d)

We are offer­ing a 65% pos­i­tion tem­por­ar­ily lim­ited for 36 months at our loc­a­tion in Müncheberg as a PhD stu­dent (f/m/d)

Working field:

The DFG fun­ded pro­ject “CON­FOR: Eco­hydro­lo­gical con­nectiv­ity between trees and the capil­lary zone - a key driver for drought resi­li­ence of European forests?” aims to quantify spa­ti­otem­poral dynam­ics and feed­backs between pre­cip­it­a­tion infilt­ra­tion and capil­lary rise from ground­wa­ter replen­ish­ing the capil­lary zone as well the inter­ac­tion of typ­ical European forest trees with dis­tinct water-use strategies and root­ing depth with the deep soil water pools. We aim to use a com­bin­a­tion of eco­hydro­lo­gical, plant physiolo­gical, geo­phys­ical, and model-based approaches on our cent­ral obser­va­tional site in Apel­ern, nearby Han­over. Within the advert­ised PhD-pro­ject the selec­ted can­did­ate will quantify key physiolo­gical (single-tree to stand-scale tran­spir­a­tion and net car­bon uptake; sto­matal con­duct­ance; tree water poten­tials) and phen­o­lo­gical para­met­ers (leaf area index, stem dia­meter growth, root­ing depth) to assess water use, pro­ductiv­ity and drought mit­ig­a­tion strategies.

  • estab­lish­ment of a new field site with an eco­physiolo­gical sensor net­work
  • inde­pend­ent ana­lysis of eco­physiolo­gical con­tinu­ously meas­ured vari­ables (e.g. sap­flux, water poten­tials)
  • inde­pend­ent meas­ure­ments of sto­matal con­duct­ance and related leaf and plant physiolo­gical para­met­ers to assess drought responses of dif­fer­ent tree spe­cies
  • labor­at­ory ana­lysis of leaf samples to assess water use effi­ciency, tree ring and phloem sap iso­topic data under field and labor­at­ory con­di­tions using stable car­bon, oxy­gen and hydro­gen iso­tope ana­lysis
  • close col­lab­or­a­tion with the other PhD stu­dents and mem­bers of the pro­ject and work­ing group
  • present­a­tion of research res­ults at national/inter­na­tional con­fer­ences
  • pub­lic­a­tion of res­ults in peer-reviewed sci­entific journ­als

Requirements:

  • Uni­versity degree (Univ.-Dip­lom or M.Sc.) in the field of geoe­co­logy, bio­logy, forestry, envir­on­mental, soil sci­ence or related sub­jects
  • pro­found know­ledge in biogeo­chem­istry, eco­hydro­logy and plant eco-physiology
  • know­ledge of forest eco­sys­tems are bene­fi­cial
  • will­ing­ness to con­duct phys­ic­ally demand­ing field work dur­ing field trips over sev­eral days
  • team spirit, flex­ib­il­ity, high motiv­a­tion and the abil­ity to work inde­pend­ently
  • sci­entific curi­os­ity and will­ing­ness to work on a doc­toral thesis
  • excel­lent com­mu­nic­a­tion and writ­ing skills in Eng­lish

What we offer:

  • an inter­dis­cip­lin­ary work­ing envir­on­ment that encour­ages inde­pend­ence and self-reli­ance
  • clas­si­fic­a­tion accord­ing to the col­lect­ive agree­ment of the fed­eral states (TV-L) up to EG13/ 65% (includ­ing spe­cial annual pay­ment)
  • a col­legial and open-minded work­ing atmo­sphere in a dynamic research insti­tu­tion
  • fam­ily-ori­ent­ated work
  • an inter­dis­cip­lin­ary and inter­na­tional work­ing envir­on­ment

How to apply:

Women are par­tic­u­larly encour­aged to apply. Applic­a­tions from severely dis­abled per­sons with equal qual­i­fic­a­tions are favored. Please send your applic­a­tion prefer­ably online (see but­ton online applic­a­tion below). For e-mail applic­a­tions, cre­ate a PDF doc­u­ment (one PDF file, max. 5 MB; packed PDF doc­u­ments, archive files like zip, rar etc. Word doc­u­ments can­not be pro­cessed and there­fore can­not be con­sidered!) with the usual doc­u­ments, in par­tic­u­lar CV, proof of qual­i­fic­a­tion and cer­ti­fic­ates, stat­ing the ref­er­ence num­ber 99-2022 until 31 Octo­ber 2022 to (see but­ton e-mail applic­a­tion below).
If you have any ques­tions, please do not hes­it­ate to con­tact us:
Dr. Maren Dub­bert, phone +49(0)33432/82-574, Email : maren.dubbert@zalf.de

For cost reas­ons, applic­a­tion doc­u­ments or extens­ive pub­lic­a­tions can only be returned if an adequately stamped envel­ope is attached.
If you apply, we col­lect and pro­cess your per­sonal data in accord­ance with Art­icles 5 and 6 of the EU GDPR only for the pro­cessing of your applic­a­tion and for pur­poses that res­ult from pos­sible future employ­ment with the ZALF. Your data will be deleted after six months.