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The SFB project „Variability in Bilingual Language Processing“ (B04) is looking for a research assistant (f/m/d; preferably with BA in a linguistic study programm) for 8,5h/week. Start Date: 01.10.2019.

Tasks: participant recruitment, testing of participants, help with preparing the data analyses, general support of the staff

Requirements: good knowledge of German (at least C1 level), knowlegde of Turkish preferred, willingness to independently test participants in Berlin, flexible working hours. Students with linguistic study background preferred.

The position offeres the possibility to conduct a MA project related to the topic of B04.

Applications are welcome until the position is filled. Please contact Dr. Anna Jessen (ajessen@uni-potsdam.de, Campus Golm, Building 2, Phone: 0331/977-253604.

For more information see here.



We are offering several three- to twelve-month fellowships to external PhD candidates who would like to do their research within one dedicated project of the CRC. The fellowship should take place between November 2019 and December 2020.

You can read the full announcement here.

Please see the available projects here: https://www.uni-potsdam.de/en/sfb1287/projects.html.

The fellowships require a Master’s degree (or equivalent) and enrolement in a PhD Program. Please send your application as a single PDF file including:

Applicants are also required to establish contact with the principal investigators of the project of interest well before submitting the application in order to discuss the possibility of collaboration and the details of the proposed research project.
Please send your finished application as a single PDF file including:
(1) a statement of research interests and motivation,
(2) a full CV,
(3) a short research proposal for the duration of the fellowship,
(4) the names and e-mail addresses of at least two referees,
(5) academic transcripts,
(6) list of publications/talks/presentations, and
(7) a web-link to a copy of the Master's thesis

to Dr. Anastasiya Dockhorn-Romanova  dockhornromanovauni-potsdamde. She will also answer further questions.

The research proposal should have a title and state which project within the CRC the short-term researcher wants to be affiliated with (e.g., “A01”).

Deadline for the application for a fellowship in 2020 is September 15, 2019. Late applications may be considered if positions are unfilled.