Open Positions

PhenoRob is currently recruiting excellent candidates on all levels of career.

Strategic Appointments

Professorship for Data Science in Crop Production (W3, permanent).
Status: ongoing.

Professorship for Plant Pathology (W3, permanent).
Status: ongoing.

Professorship for Pedogenetic Modeling (W2, permanent).
Status: ongoing.

Professorship for Eco Efficiency Analysis (W2/W3, permanent).
Status: ongoing.

Further professorships are planned.

Academic Positions

Junior Research Group Leaders

The position is limited to 5 years with the option for permanent employment. Each group comes with two funded PhD positions, easy access to laboratory and field experiments, and the possibility for financial support from the Cluster. The task of the Junior Research Group Leader is to design the research profile of their group and to build up an independent and internationally visible research group. The research group is expected to make central contributions to at least one of the six core projects (CPs) of the Cluster, preferably supporting CP 1, CP 4, CP 5, or CP 6.

If you are interested in this position, please check out the following individual calls.

Core Project 1: 4D Crop Reconstruction

Core Project 4: Autonomous In-Field Intervention

Core Project 5: New Field Arrangements

Core Project 6: Technology Adoption and Impact

Doctoral Students

in three Research Units with different Themes:

  • The Research Unit TECH with the Research Themes Robotics and Mobile Sensing and Data Analysis and Machine Learning.
  • The Research Unit PHENO with the Themes Non-Invasive Phenotyping and Soil and Root.
  • The Research Unit SYSTEM with the Themes Understanding and Modeling Crop Growth, Predictive Agro- and Ecosystem Modeling and Upscaling and Impact Assessment.

If you are interested in conducting an independent research project in one of these Research Units and Themes, please check out the following individual calls.

Research SYSTEM: The Crop Science Group, University of Bonn
PhD student

Research Unit PHENO: The Institute of Bio- and Geosciences – Plant Sciences (IBG-2), Forschungszentrum J├╝lich
PhD student