7 Postdoc positions / KiTE – Kiel Training for Excellence / Open Call – Closing date: March 31, 2024

Dear all,


there are seven open Marie-Curie positions at Kiel University, open topic. Please get in touch if you want to apply e.g. for


  • DNP hyperpolarization
  • Parahydrogen hyperpolarization
  • Xenon hyperpolarization
  • Sequence development
  • (pre) and clinical studies


Best wishes!






Prof. Dr. Jan-Bernd Hövener


Head, Section Biomedical Imaging and MOIN CC

Head, Emmy Noether Group Molecular and Metabolic MRI - M3

Department of Radiology and Neuroradiology, UKSH

Kiel University


Section Biomedical Imaging, MOIN CC

Am Botanischen Garten 14

D-24118 Kiel


phone:  +49 (0) 431 880-5832

fax:         +49 (0) 431 880-5852


Office UKSH

Building K3, 2nd floor (1.OG), Room 4 (506.500 10 004.00)







email: jan.hoevener@rad.uni-kiel.de





Gentle reminder
Please forward the KiTE Call announcement to your networks

The second KiTE call is open!

The KiTE – Kiel Training for Excellence programme of Kiel University, funded within the COFUND-Programme of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) is offering funding for up to

7 postdoc positions at Kiel University, Germany / Closing date: March 31, 2024, 23:59 CEST

KiTE is a career development programme for excellent postdoctoral researchers from all over the world who want to conduct independent research, are enthusiastic about the interdisciplinary research approaches of Kiel University's four priority research areas, and are interested in international and intersectoral mobility.

The open-topic call invites submission of project ideas from postdoctoral researchers. The project should be linked to research conducted within one of the four Priority Research Areas (PRAs) at Kiel University:

  • Kiel Life Science (KLS)
  • Kiel Marine Science (KMS)
  • Kiel Nano, Surface and Interface Science (KiNSIS)
  • Societal, Environmental and Cultural Change (SECC)


Applications are accepted from excellent postdoctoral researchers of any nationality who at the deadline of the KiTE call have no more than four years of research experience after completing their doctorate, and who comply with the MCSA mobility rule, i.e. candidates may not have resided or carried out their main activity in Germany for more than 12 months in the three years before the closing date of the call.

Please find further details here: www.uni-kiel.de/en/kite and in the poster attached.

Thank you and best wishes

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