Prof. Berta Martín-López has opened two PhD positions and one postdoctoral research position at Leu­pha­na Uni­ver­si­ty of Lüne­burg to work on ‘Demand and values of Nature’s Contributions to People in the Kilimanjaro Mountain’. These positions are part of DFG Research Unit entitled ‘The role of nature for human well-being in the Kilimanjaro Social-Ecological System (Kili-SES)’, which aims to assess social-ecological interactions in the Kilimanjaro Mountain.

The positions are based in Lüneburg (Germany), but require extensive fieldwork in Tanzania.

Please follow the links below for more information:

  1. International PhD student: https://www.leuphana.de/universitaet/jobs-und-karriere/forschung-lehre/ansicht-forschung-lehre/datum/2020/07/07/research-associate-mfd-for-the-project-kili-ses.html
  2. Tanzanian PhD student (you must link to the pdf enclosed. If this is not possible, add contact Berta Martin-Lopez, email: martinlo@leuphana.de)
  3. Postdoctoral research: https://www.leuphana.de/universitaet/jobs-und-karriere/forschung-lehre/ansicht-forschung-lehre/datum/2020/07/07/research-associate-mfd-postdoc-for-the-project-kili-ses.html