Tenure-track professorship position in "Climate Geography" in the Department of Environmental Social Sciences and Geography at the University of Freiburg, Germany.
The University of Freiburg has been granted 19 Tenure-Track-Professorships from the Tenure-Track- Programme an now invites applications in the context of this programme for the Tenure-Track Professorship for Climate Geography at the faculty of Environment and Natural Resources in the Department of Environmental Social Sciences and Geography.
This is a grade W1-professorship to which performance payments can be offered. It is to be filled by October 2021. This professorship is suitable for highly qualified early career researchers.
The applicant's research focus should be in the area of climate geography, covering in particular the interactions between global climatic change and regional and local effects and contextual conditions. Expertise in the areas of climate change mitigation and adaptation and references to applied and transdisciplinary issues are desired. If possible, these should be linked to other questions of societal relevance (e.g. to the analysis of different regional and sectoral vulnerabilities and processes of global change). The applicant is expected to use modern empirical and digital methods in their research.