The Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy is a pioneer and a driver of bioeconomy research. We create the scientific foundation to transform agricultural, food, industrial and energy systems into a comprehensive bio-based circular economy. We develop and integrate techniques, processes and management strategies, effectively converging technologies to intelligently crosslink highly diverse bioeconomic production systems and to control them in a knowledge-based, adaptive and largely automated manner. We conduct research in dialogue with society - knowledge-motivated and application-inspired.
Subject to the approval of funds, as part of the EU project "Soil Quality Analysis Tool (SQAT): Implementing Smart Farming Applications using Earth Observation Data, Soil Sensors & Robotics” the position is to be filled as of February 1st, 2024