PhDs at GFZ

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Die Doktorandenvertretung vernetzt, organisiert und berät Doktorandinnen und Doktoranden am GFZ und besteht derzeit aus sieben Mitgliedern. Unser gemeinsames Ziel ist es, die Interessen der DoktorandInnen in Gremien zu vertreten und Ansprechpartner für DoktorandInnen bei Fragen und Problemen während der Promotionszeit zu sein.

Für Fragen, Wünsche und Verbesserungsvorschläge sind wir per E-Mail erreichbar.

Nada Abdel-Hak (3.6)

Donovan Dennis (3.3)

Nils-Peter Finger (1.3)

Svenja Steding (3.4)

Malte Stoltnow (3.1.)

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The GFZ offers its doctoral students the opportunity to acquire and develop interdisciplinary skills in a wide range of workshops. The various workshops cover communication and presentation techniques, career development, self-organisation and project management.

The current workshop programme is regularly announced via the doctoral students' e-mail distribution list. Detailed information on the individual workshops is also available on the GFZ-Intranet (available only within GFZ net).

As Helmholtz Juniors (HeJus), two doctoral students from each of the 19 Helmholtz Centres have joined forces. The group aims to strengthen the networking of the approximately 6800 doctoral students in the Helmholtz Association.

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The most important goal of Helmholtz Juniors is to represent the common interests of doctoral students within the Helmholtz Association, to facilitate communication among each other and to further improve doctoral training. The Helmholtz Juniors want to contribute ideas and experience to the Helmholtz Young Investigators Funding and to take advantage of the opportunity for topic-related and interdisciplinary cooperation offered by the broad spectrum of Helmholtz research areas for doctoral students.

Once a year, the Helmholtz Juniors of all Helmholtz Centres meet to discuss current developments and plan joint activities and initiatives.

The Helmholtz Juniors are supported in their work by the Helmholtz Association Office and the Centres. Every doctoral student can become active as a Helmholtz Junior. Various working groups deal with specific topics, and new ideas and suggestions are welcome.

If you would like to get involved, please contact the GFZ contact persons, the spokespersons of the working groups or the doctoral student representatives.

In order to strengthen the scientific exchange among doctoral students at the GFZ and the visibility within the GFZ, the doctoral student representation organizes the PhD Day once a year. Here, current research results are presented and discussed.

The discussion of the oral and poster presentations with fellow PhD students and interested scientist of the GFZ is a good preparation for national and international scientific conferences. Moreover, the PhD Day is dedicated to increase the communication and networking among all participants on a scientific and informal level.

At the annual NextGenconference, PhD students from all Helmholtz centers can meet in order to exchange their experiences, to present their research and to discuss about current topics in the area of science.

The NextGen conference is a perfect chance to look beyond the horizon of your own research, to gain new skills and to socialize with other scientists.

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Annett Hüttges
Group Leader
Dr. Annett Hüttges
Human Resources
+49 331 288-28985
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