Coop applications

For UBC-students:

Javed Iqbal

E-mail:

Non-coop summer job applications

Aven Bendickson

E-mail: aven.bendickson@ubc.ca

For UTokyo-students:

Atsushi Fujimori

E-mail:

Scientific Contact 

Ilya Elfimov

E-mail:

Dirk Manske

E-mail:

Undergraduate

An important aspect of the Max-Planck-UBC-UTokyo collaboration is to give undergraduate UBC and UTokyo students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in research projects in Max-Planck (MP) institutes, UBC, or UTokyo.

An overview of concrete project descriptions is listed here. In addition, the leaders of Max-Planck departments and groups participating in the Max-Planck-UBC- UTokyo Centre are listed under Members whom you can contact for further opportunities. Successful participation in such a job also creates chances for possible later graduate jobs and theses within the MP-UBC-UTokyo collaboration in Max-Planck, UBC and UTokyo groups.

For UBC-students:

If you are interested in doing your Science Co-op work term in a Max-Planck group or in a UTokyo group, please apply to the UBC Science Co-op director Javed Iqbal iqbal@phas.ubc.ca

If you want to apply for non-coop summer jobs, please send your application to Aven Bendickson aven.bendickson@ubc.ca


For UTokyo-students:

Students interested in an  autumn semester work at a Max-Planck Institute or UBC, please contact Atsushi Fujimori fujimori@phys.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp

If you have questions regarding a particular group or job, contact the corresponding group leader. For general scientific inquiries, contact the German Scientific Coordinator of the "MP-UBC-UTokyo Centre" D.Manske@fkf.mpg.de


Your application should include

  • a one-page description of your scientific interests, and the name(s) of particular MP group(s) you are interested in, or a concrete job listed at the right
  • a curriculum vitae (CV)
  • copies of your transcripts
  • where available letters of reference from previous supervisors where you did an internship or a summer job.

The selection criteria comprise a convincing description of your interests and CV, your marks and recommendations from previous supervisors, an interview and also the opinion of the prospective supervisor. When accepted for a job, your travel costs and accommodation in Germany, Canada, or Japan will be paid and you will receive a stipend to cover your living expenses while at a Max-Planck Institute, UBC, or UTokyo.

 
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