Job Opportunities

Project positions, MSc level (Scientific assistance):

Scientific assistant (f/m/d) 7 hours/week 2022 - 2024 in the project ‘Establishment of priming on young tomato plants as a plant protection method in horticulture’ “HortiPrimed”
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Project positions (postdoctoral level):

No open positions at the moment

Project positions, MSc level (PhD opportunities):

Research Associate / PhD student (65%) on “Identifying information needs for improving management decisions in recent and future horticultural production systems”. The position is supported by the PhenoRob cluster of excellence ( and will be closely associated with the AID4Crops project (Automation and Artificial Intelligence for Monitoring and Decision Making of Horticultural Crops), a DFG Research Unit in the area of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Application deadline: March 19th 2023
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Regular staff positions (postdoctoral level):

No open positions at the moment

The group of Prof. Dr. Eike Luedeling ( at the Institute of Crop Science and Resource Conservation works on horticultural systems, with a focus on holistic systems analysis, risk assessment, and decision analysis and support. Further areas of work are climate change impacts on horticultural systems, fruit tree dormancy and agroforestry. We offer a diverse and demanding work environment in a young and dynamic team and an opportunity for application-oriented research in a highly relevant research area.

The University of Bonn is an international research university covering a wide array of subjects. 200 years of history, around 38,000 students, more than 6,000 staff and an excellent reputation within and outside Germany: the University of Bonn is among the most significant German universities.

The University of Bonn is a champion of diversity and equal opportunity. It is certified as a family-friendly university. The university aims to raise the share of women in all areas where women are currently underrepresented and to specifically support their careers. Consequently, women are emphatically encouraged to apply. Applications will be treated according to the equal opportunity laws of the State of North-Rhine-Westphalia. Applications by suitable candidates with severe disabilities and candidates of equivalent status are particularly welcome.