31 January 2019.
Student Research Internships 2019 at International Max Planck Research School For Cell, Developmental And Systems Biology.
Jointly organized by the Dresden International Graduate School for Biomedicine and Bioengineering (DIGS-BB) and the International Max Planck Research School for Cell, Developmental and Systems Biology (IMPRS-CellDevoSys).
A student research internship lasts 2-3 months and concludes with a written report and an oral presentation.
- Biophysics of branching microtubule dynamics in Xenopus egg extracts.
- Using computational approaches to link phenotypic differences between mammals or birds to differences in their genomes.
- Exploring basins of attraction for complex network function in biology.
- Cryo-electron tomography of cellular machines.
- Parallel high-performance computing, Virtual and Augmented Reality, Data-driven simulations, Numerical simulations in biophysics.
- Sequence based biophysical model of phase separating proteins.
- How embryos take control of their own fate.
- Life at the edge — Optimal control of phase coexistence.
- Stochastic multiscale models of cells and tissues, Statistical inference of single-particle tracking data.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
- Computational biology.
- Comparative genomics.
- Applied mathematics.
- Network science.
- Cell and structural biology.
- Scientific computing for systems biology.
- Disordered proteins.
- Life science.
- Experimental physics.
- Biological physics.
- Theoretical physics.
- Computer science.
English OR German.
ALL WORLD COUNTRIES.
- The precise dates will be agreed individually with the hosting group.
- The Student Research Internships are open to non-local, matriculated university students studying towards a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in the fields of Life Science, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science, Physics, Applied Mathematics or Engineering.To be considered, students should have an excellent academic performance record. Bachelor students must have completed at least 4 semesters of their studies before starting the internship. Students must be officially enrolled at a home university during the internship period. High proficiency in English is mandatory.
- Compliance with applicable eligibility requirements is first determined by the IMPRS Program Coordinator. Subsequently, applications are reviewed by any group leaders currently offering internship placements. We will conduct Skype interviews and may contact your referee before making a decision. Formal offers to participate in our IMPRS Student Research Internship program are made by the IMPRS Program Coordinator.
- Successful candidates will receive a monthly allowance of 800 Euro to support travel, housing, and living costs. Guidance in arranging travel, housing and Visa will be provided, if required.
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- You will receive an email with the password.
- Login with email & password.
Second Step: Complete the brief online application form.
Note: The brief online application form will allow us to understand your background, your scientific interest, and what you wish to accomplish. Make sure to list your preferred internship projects in order of preference, and to upload all required documents. The annual intern application cycle typically opens in Autumn and closes in Winter.
Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics
01307 Dresden, Germany.
+49 351 210-0
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