This workshop for supervisors aims at critically questioning one's own supervision experience, getting to know supporting instruments as well as developing new standards of good doctoral supervision with the help of collegial exchange.
Through interactive and entertaining one-on-one workshops, you will gain insight into the Circular Economy, allowing you to speak confidently on the topic of CE, see research and business from a new perspective, tackle your own CE project/research, as well as take away another skill for your future career.
This workshop series will provide you with the basics, principles and framework conditions of European research funding so that you can make an informed decision on whether to participate in an EU call for proposals.
In this seminar, European and national application options for young scientists who have already completed their doctorate will be presented with regard to their own project management, in particular to finance their own position.
In this training, you will gain insights into topics such as data management plans, reusability of research data, or research data repositories, and learn how small measures can help you organize and structure your daily work and thus benefit from time savings in the long run.
The participants will learn a basic insight into business administration. After the seminar you will be able to read a balance sheet and a profit and loss statement. You will know how depreciation is calculated and why a company creates it in the first place
We will show you how to prepare and conduct a search and what you have to pay attention to. "Bibliographic information", "Boolean operators" and much more will no longer be foreign to you after this workshop.
The course provides the participants with research-ethical specialist knowledge, gives them space to reflect on their values and attitudes as researchers and lets them practice skills in dealing with conflict-ridden situations in their research practice.
The goal of the workshop is to build intercultural sensitivity. Main topics: Cultural models and basics of (intercultural) communication, perception and stereotyping, foreignness and culture shock, and dealing with intercultural misunderstandings.
The aim of this training is to convey what the benefits of Open Access are, what to look out for when publishing your own work in Open Access, and how to search specifically for Open Access publications.
The participants get to know different forms of scientific publication, gain insight into the structure and quality criteria of a publication and discuss strategic concepts for the presentation of scientific results.
The goal of the workshop is to be convincing with one's own presentation or poster at conferences and meetings, to structure and present difficult topics in an understandable way, and to build up presentation skills.
The structured program extends over a period of approximately one to one and a half years. Up to 10 participants go through a series of workshops in a fixed group. This is accompanied by moderated discussion groups on topics of higher education didactics, the so-called "Kollegiale Praxisgespräche".
We offer peer-supported workshops on various challenges in the writing process. After input, there is always the opportunity to try out new things and ask questions.