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Max Planck Foundation Research Groups (Carbon Capture) – Apply now!
The Max Planck Society invites talented scientists to apply for one of three positions as Max Planck Foundation Research Group Leader in the area of carbon capture technologies.

Successful candidates will be offered their own Max Planck Foundation Research Group at a participating Max Planck Institute of their own choice for an initial period of six years. They will enjoy a world-class research environment at a Max Planck Institute with state-of-the-art infrastructure, administrative support, and the intellectual freedom to pursue an original research project. The generous funding package of 2.6 million Euros includes a German W2 position (equivalent to an assistant or non-tenured associate professorship), resources for the hiring of scientific staff and a generous and flexible budget for equipment and consumables.

Our Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems in Magdeburg is participating in this call and will be available as a host institute. If you are considering to become a Max Planck Foundation Research Group Leader at our Institute, please contact our Managing Director Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kai Sundmacher via e-mail to sundmacher(at) .
To submit your application and for further application instructions, please visit:

The deadline for applications is April 24, 2024. more
Currently, there are no positions vacant in our research groups.

There is no fix schedule when new positions will be open and advertised on our webpages.
Therefore we recommend you to apply to any of research groups, you are interested in. Please address the Head of the Research Group.
It is continuously possible to apply for a PhD position within our International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS).
Required is a Diploma or Master degree and a profound knowledge of the English language. Your knowledge of German is not regarded during the application process.
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