entrance area of the University of Konstanz. People are sitting on the grass. Buiding in the back.
University of Konstanz

Open positions

The Centre for the Advanced Study of Collective Behaviour creates a global hotspot for the integrated study of collective behaviour across a wide range of species and scales of organisation. With English as the working language, it is a global hub for scientists seeking to create a synergistic, interdisciplinary environment for the study of collective behaviour.

Establishing collective behaviour as an integrative field, the Centre brings together international researchers from biology, computer science, social psychology, physics, mathematics and behavioural economics to work closely on addressing common questions across species boundaries.

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The Centre for the Advanced Study of Collective Behaviour is recruiting PhDs and Postdocs in collective behaviour. Candidates should be interested in interdisciplinary behavioural research that crosses boundaries of scale and species. Positions are open in the following projects. Detailed information can be found in the linked pages.

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About the University of Konstanz

The Centre for the Advanced Study of Collective Behaviour (CASCB) is located at the University of Konstanz, an elite University of Excellence and ranked #1 young University in Germany with “Collective Behaviour" as one of five research priorities. The University's emerging field of research "Biodiversity – Organismal Interactions – Global Change" also has close links to our Cluster of Excellence.

Our working language at the CASCB is English and consequently applicants must be fluent in this language; no knowledge of German is required. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience, and benefits are included. 

The University is committed to Open Science and all members of the CASCB must be committed to ethical, transparent and open science.

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Colourful glass roof of the University
University of Konstanz

About Konstanz

Konstanz is a vibrant small city located on the border between Germany and Switzerland, on the shores of the Bodensee (Lake Constance). It is easy to get out into the beautiful German and Swiss countryside and the Alps, as well as to neighbouring Zurich and Munich.

Konstanz harbour during sunset. An old ship, the Imperia stature.
Konstanz harbour