Junior Professorship: Research into the Sustainable Use of Renewable Natural Resources

Grant Name
Junior Professorship: Research into the Sustainable Use of Renewable Natural Resources
Funder
Robert Bosch Stiftung GmbH (RBSG)
Country or Region
Germany
Research Field
Arts and Humanities
Natural and Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Technology
Deadline
May 3, 2022 (Expired)
Grant Size
Upper €1,000,000EUR The successful applicant will be awarded a grant worth up to 1 million euros for a five-year period.
Contact Info
Dr. Johannes Reidel johannes.reidel@bosch-stiftung.de
Eligibility
The application may be initiated by both partners, e.g. the candidate and a potential host institution. However, the application may only be submitted by the candidate.Candidate profile:
- excellent doctorate degree, completed no more than 5 years prior to the application closing date of 3 May 2020 (adjusted for documented parental leave),
- compelling independent past scientific achievements and publications in peer-reviewed journals,
- international research experience,
- excellent proficiency in English,
- non-German applicants should be prepared to learn German.
Description
RBSG is looking for an outstanding young scientist who wants to find new approaches to clarify and tackle global challenges with regard to the sustainable use of natural resources. The research should focus on developing and emerging countries. RBSG is especially interested in applications that also consider human behaviour in this context. Research approaches may be based in the humanities, the social or the natural sciences.With this program RBSG seeks to contribute to a better standing of sustainability science in Germany. Scientists who explore this area with new concepts and methods and possess international experience are especially encouraged to apply. Promising concepts are inter
- or transdisciplinary and integrate research methods that explore interconnections between global and regional environmental problems. Eligibility The application may be initiated by both partners, e.g. the candidate and a potential host institution. However, the application may only be submitted by the candidate.Candidate profile:
- excellent doctorate degree, completed no more than 5 years prior to the application closing date of 3 May 2020 (adjusted for documented parental leave),
- compelling independent past scientific achievements and publications in peer-reviewed journals,
- international research experience,
- excellent proficiency in English,
- non-German applicants should be prepared to learn German.

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