|| The International Max Planck Research School – Biological Intelligence (IMPRS-BI), with sites in Martinsried and Seewiesen, has an open call for fully-funded doctoral student positions in the fields of behavior, neurobiology, connectomics, ecology, and evolutionary genetics. We welcome outstanding graduates from around the world to join a community of passionate young scientists in the Munich area, one of Europe's prominent science hubs.
WHAT WE OFFER
The new IMPRS-BI offers first-rate training to doctoral students interested in the question of how nervous systems develop and have evolved to allow animals to pursue their goals, navigate their environment, and employ behavioral strategies that are adapted to, and shape, their respective ecological niche.
• An English-speaking, structured PhD program
• Access to state-of-the-art facilities
• Individual supervision and mentoring
• Full funding, with no tuition costs
• Training in scientific, computational, and transferable skills
JOIN OUR NETWORK
Bringing together the newly founded Max Planck Institute for Biological Intelligence and two leading partner universities, the Ludwig Maximilians University and the Technical University Munich, IMPRS-BI is bridging related disciplines, including neuroscience, behavioral ecology, and evolution, with the aim of unraveling the nature of biological intelligence.
HOW TO APPLY
We encourage highly qualified candidates with a strong commitment to basic research to apply.
Applicants should hold an MSc with a background in biology, chemistry, physics, psychology, cognitive neuroscience, computer science, mathematics, or related fields. Candidates with a BSc shall be considered for the fast-track program of GSN-LMU, our partner PhD program. It is not necessary to hold the final degree(s) at the time of the application. However, you must have been awarded your degree prior to the start of the program (latest by October 1st, 2023).