The DFG Research-Training Group GRK 1505/2 „Analysis and simulation of electric interactions between implants and biosystems (welisa)“ is an interdisciplinary consortium of the University of Rostock’s Faculty of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering together with the same University’s Faculty of Natural Science and the University Medicine in Rostock. The school is funded by the German Science Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft DFG). We have available an one year position for research towards a PhD, focusing on agent based simulations of the initiation of bone remodeling events, investigating the role of osteocytes. The candidate should have a Master degree in the engineering and physical sciences, extensive programming skills, good knowledge of numerical methods and an interest in interdisciplinary research. The pay grade is 50% of a TV-L 13 position (public sector employment). The start is “as soon as possible”.
The Department of Systems Biology & Bioinformatics was established in 2003 and has an excellent track record in interdisciplinary research and training. We offer an international and interdisciplinary environment with excellent facilities to conduct research. The University of Rostock is one of the oldest Universities in Europe, located at the baltic coast.
Applications (CV in pdf format) should be send to Olaf.Wolkenhauer@uni-rostock.de
Professor Olaf Wolkenhauer
Dept of Systems Biology & Bioinformatics
University of Rostock
18051 Rostock, Germany