The Biological physics department of the Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems in Dresden, Germany, offers summer internships in biological physics.
What is the summer internship?
During the summer internship students have the opportunity to work on a research project as a part of our research groups:
- Frank Jülicher, Division of Biological Physics
- Ricard Alert, The Physics of Living Matter
- Jan Brugués, Self-organisation of Biological Structures
- Pierre Haas, Self-organisation of Multicellular Systems
- Christina Kurzthaler, Tranport and flows in Complex Environments
- Marko Popović, Order and Disorder in Driven Systems
Internships last up to 90 days and are financially supported. Dates of the internship are flexible and will be individually arranged between successful applicants and the research group leaders.
Who is the summer internship for?
Internship is intended for master and senior bachelor students of physics or a related subject, who are interested in biophysical topics. Applicants must be enrolled at the home university during the internship.
How to apply?
Applications for the Biological Physics Summer Internship in 2023 are now open until 18. 12. 2022. To apply please fill out the application form. If you have any questions please contact us.