International Max Planck Research School

The International Max Planck Research School in Jena is an international graduate program to train excellent students in the use of molecular and chemical techniques to experimentally explore ecological interactions under natural conditions. The main focus is on the interactions between plants, animals, and their environment, as well as the behavioral consequences of these interactions.

The Research School is a joint initiative of:

Participants are provided with excellent research conditions in an interdisciplinary environment within a structured, three-year training program including practical courses, lectures, seminars, and participation in internal and international conferences. The courses of the IMPRS are held in English. The program of study of the IMPRS in Jena can also be downloaded here.

 

5 PhD fellowships available!

Application deadline is August 31, 2014 and selected candidates will be interviewed in Jena on November 24-26. Get more information and register!

 

 

 

 

 

The IMPRS is part of the “Jena School for Microbial Communication” (JSMC) which was established in 2006 as an umbrella organization for three existing Research Training Groups.

Please download the roll-up and flyer of the IMPRS in Jena. If you follow the link you can watch a movie about our IMPRS in Jena and the IMPRS in Magdeburg.