Division of Phytopathologie

PhD Position (m/f/d) available, funded by the DFG


The forest in climate change: identifying mildew-resistant oaks and using them for forest regeneration

The 'MetaEiche' project partners in front of a cone of light with regrowing young oaks in the Palatinate Forest near Waldleiningen: (from left to right) Prof. Dr. Matthias Hahn (TUK), Dr. Stefan Seegmüller (FAWF, Trippstadt), Dr. Mohammad Saeed (TUK). Photo: TUK, Dept. Phytopathology

https://www.uni-kl.de/pr-marketing/news/news/der-wald-im-klimawandel-mehltauresistente-eichen-zur-waldverjuengung-nutzen 


Prof. Dr. Matthias Hahn

Building 22, Room 101
Tel.: +49 (0)631-205-2402
E-Mail: hahn(at)biologie.uni-kl.de
CV

 

Secretary's Office:
Christa Jung
Bldg. 22, Room 102
Tel.: +49 (0)631-205-4715
E-Mail: jungc(at)rhrk.uni-kl.de

Dr. David Scheuring

Building 22, Room 104
Tel.: +49 (0)631-205-2219
E-Mail: scheuring@bio.uni-kl.de
CV

Teaching

Read more

Research

Read more

Staff

Read more
Zum Seitenanfang