We offer information events on topics related to the doctoral and postdoctoral phases on an annual or biannual basis and organise annual introductory events for new doctoral students together with the faculties.
You do not have to register for the events, but can simply follow the link provided.
|Topic||Details||Date||Link / Location|
|What to do when you have a business idea||Have you ever had a great business idea based on your research and/or your competences, and have been wondering about how to pursue it? In this online workshop Dr. Susanne Perner will explain what to do, and how the Centre for Entrepreneurship can support you.||Fr, 14.10.2022 10.00-12.00|
|Temporary employment law in science||Matthias Jähne, advisor in the board department for universities and teacher training of the GEW (Gewerkschaft Erziehung und Wissenschaft) Berlin informs about the regulations of the Wissenschaftszeitvertragsgesetz. Laura Haßler, head of the GEW Berlin's board department, and Dr. Ulf Banscherus, head of the TU Berlin's Cooperation Office for Science and the World of Work, will also be available for discussion. The event will be held in German; questions can be asked in English||Thu, 20.10.2022, 16.00-18.00 (Deutsch, Q&A English possible)||https://tu-berlin.webex.com/tu-berlin/j.php?MTID=m94ac42a777764ef0d7585e8662cb582a|
|Transfer: how can I make my doctoral project have an impact?||What is transfer as a third mission of higher education institutions alongside teaching and research? What requirements are derived from it for researchers and academics? Which understandings of transfer exist and what role can transfer play in the doctoral phase? Dr. Konstantin Kiprijanov and Thies Johannsen from the interdisciplinary research project "Transfer Science" will introduce you to these and related questions and present formats that enable research projects to have an impact beyond academia.||Mo, 31.10.2022 16.00-18.00 (Deutsch, Q&A English possible)||https://tu-berlin.zoom.us/j/64270559679?pwd=NUoxTFpmcDVsa2VuTWlVemVXb0RHZz09|
|Go International - Mobilitätsoptionen für Promovierende und Postdocs||TU Berlin sees a stay abroad as an important instrument for the strategic development of its junior scholars during the doctoral and postdoctoral stage of their academic careers and would like to help you complete such a stay abroad. We realize, however, just how difficult it is to organize a stay abroad during this stage. Therefore we have invited representatives of agencies in support of mobility from within and outside TU Berlin to give you an overview on your opportunities.||Thu, 17.11.2022 14.00-16.00 (English, Q & A Deutsch mgl.)||https://tu-berlin.webex.com/tu-berlin/j.php?MTID=mb81d9c3d5de1573b5e1689a85eaebd54|
In cooperation with the faculties, the Center for Junior Scholars organizes annual introductory events for new doctoral candidates (and postdocs). Apart from networking opportunities, formal questions about doctoral registration are answered and the important contact persons are introduced, from the doctoral offices to the Faculty Service Center to the ombudspeople for conflicts, and the (post)doctoral representatives in the academic committees.
|Faculty||Last date||Next daten||Location / Link||Invitation / Programme|
|I||February 2022||Early 2023|
|III||June 2021||15. Nov 2022 14:00-15:30||https://tu-berlin.webex.com/tu-berlin/j.php?MTID=m0826e24969c9fd56c9cffe9373e670bc|
|IV||April 2022||Spring 2023|
|V||May 2022||Spring 2023|
|VI||June 2021||24. Nov 2022 13:00-15:00||https://tu-berlin.webex.com/tu-berlin/j.php?MTID=m6ab05711721402998e0feee88d28b3df|
|VII||June 2022||Summer 2023|
You can also obtain information about the introductory events from your Faculty Service Center.