The Helmholtz Centre Potsdam – GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences is the national centre for geosphere research. As a member of the Helmholtz Association, we are part of the largest German scientific organization. With around 1,300 employees (including our guests) we develop a sound understanding of the systems and processes of the solid Earth as well as strategies and options for action to face global change and its regional impacts, to understand natural hazards and reduce associated risks, and to assess the influence of humans on the Earth's system.
As a partner in Geo.X, the GFZ has access to an excellent network of other geoscience institutions in Potsdam and Berlin. This largest regional concentration of geoscientific competence in Europe offers first-class cooperation and development opportunities.
For section 3.1 "Inorganic and Isotope Geochemistry" (department 3 "Geochemistry") we are looking for a:
on the topic "Experimental boron isotope fractionation between silicate melts and aqueous fluids with application to magmatic-hydrothermal ore genesis".
This is a team project of the GFZ with the universities of Potsdam and Köln. It will address a critical aspect of ore deposits related to granites and pegmatites: the magmatic-hydrothermal transition. The candidate will use a range of modern experimental and analytical techniques in stable isotope geochemistry and apply the results to real-world problems of ore genesis. The DOME priority program
(Dynamics of Ore Enrichment) is a multidisciplinary research platform with special training offers for young scientists.
|Starting date:||1st October 2020|
|Fixed term:||3 years|
|Working hours:||part-time 75% (currently 29.25 h/week)|
|Salary:||This position has been assessed as being salary group 13 according to "TVöD Bund (Tarifgebiet Ost)". The salary group will be determined by the conditions of the collective wage agreement and the appropriate personal qualifications.|