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PhD Position - Understanding the solar-induced fluorescence (SIF) signal of tree canopies from remote sensing data
Would you like to contribute to research on climate change and its impacts on ecosystem services? Come to work with us at the Institute of Bio- and Geosciences - Plant Sciences (IBG-2) at Research Center Jülich. We develop novel bioeconomy concepts for the intensification and sustainability of plant production and conduct research on sustainable functioning and management of natural ecosystems. The IBG-2 has a globally leading position in plant phenotyping, focusing on dynamic plant-environment interaction combined with technology development, engineering, digitization, and bioinformatics. One key aspect of the research at the IBG-2 is to develop a better scientific understanding of the dynamics in structural and functional acclimations of plants in the field. Through our work we target a better understanding of plants and their processes under future climate and production conditions, while reducing the human environmental footprint.
Last Modified: 28.11.2023