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Scientist landscape level environmental modeling position at BASF

Scientist Landscape Level Environmental Modeller (m/f) Working area: Research & Development Location: BASF Ludwigshafen We are the world's leading chemical company because we offer intelligent solutions for our customers and for a sustainable future. We connect and develop people with diverse talents all over the world. For you, this means a variety of ways to advance. Not only your performance but also your personality matter to us, without regard to gender, age, origin, sexual orientation, disability or belief. At BASF, careers develop from opportunities. Ludwigshafen is the world's largest integrated chemical complex and home to BASF Group headquarters. Located in the heart of Europe's Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region, you will find this to be an attractive place for both work and play. What you can expect Within our Global Fate Modeling unit, you will ensure through mathematic modelling that properties of active ingredients and the major metabolites have minimal risk to the environment. You will defend BASF's products by conducting landscape level risk assessment approaches. Therefore, you will take on mathematical modelling of environmental processes in the bio-/pedo- and hydrosphere as well as coupled hydrological modelling. o You will connect water and matter numeric simulation models and geographic information systems for spatially distributed exposure modelling of pesticides in soil and water at the landscape level. Working hours: Full-time Contract type: Temporary Reference code: EN56564904_ONLE_1 Learn more about BASF SE at http://on.basf.com/Headquarters Please apply online at www.basf.com/career For more information please contact: Tel.: 00800 33 0000 33 E-Mail: jobs@basf.com

 

 

 

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