Information events of the Center for Junior Scholars

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.

TopicDetailsDateLink / Location
My intellectual properties“ – and what doctoral candidates or postdocs should know about itIn cooperation with the TU Center for Intellectual Property, the Center for Junior Scholars informs you which property rights apply to your publications, your dissertation writing or even your inventions or software, how and with what consequences you can protect these rights, who helps you with this, but also how you lose these rights and what the consequences would be.Do. 23.02.2023
10.00-12.00
(Englisch)
https://tu-berlin.webex.com/tu-berlin/j.php?MTID=mb9f33dcc16ba7baf54e2849136fdfcb1
Career Week for international junior researchersA week filled with numerous Career Planning Sessions for international junior researchers and alumni of TU Berlin - together with TU's Alumni Program27.-30.03.2023 (Englisch, Q&A German possible)Presence and online

More information on: https://www.tu.berlin/en/go200551/
A doctorate at TU Berlin? General information on the specifics of a doctorate at TUB and how to apply for itHave you considered applying for a doctoral degree at the Technische Universität Berlin? Are you familiar with the concept of an "individual doctorate"? Our information event is an excellent opportunity to learn more about how you can pursue a doctorate at TU Berlin, how to apply and which pitfalls to avoid.05.04.2023 (Englisch, Q&A German possible)more information coming soon
Go International - Mobilitätsoptionen für Promovierende und PostdocsTU Berlin considers it important for its doctoral candidates and postdocs to integrate a (longer) stay abroad into their qualification phase. The conditions for this vary greatly depending on the field, employment status or desti-nation country and are not always easy to realize. For an overview, we have asked the relevant experts at TU Ber-lin to summarize the most important information and to be available for consultation. In addition, recent returnees will also report on their experiences.Fr. 04.05.2023 14.00-16.00 (English, Q & A German possible)https://tu-berlin.webex.com/tu-berlin/j.php?MTID=m3eac38b62097e6b5efaaeeb660600994
Version: 12.09.2022

Introductory events for new doctoral students (with the faculties)

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.

FacultyLast dateNext datenLocation / LinkInvitation / Programme
IFeb 202222. Feb 2023, 14:00 - 16:00Fraunhofer Str. 33/36, Room FH 420 
II--  
IIINov 2022Summer 2023  
IVApril 202223. Feb 2023, 14:00 - 16:00Marchstr. 23, Room MAR 4.064 
VMay 2022Spring 2023  
VINov 2022Summer 2023  
VIIJune 2022Summer 2023  
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You can also obtain information about the introductory events from your Faculty Service Center.

If you have any questions or would like to share suggestions for events, please contact:

Johannes Moes

Head of services for doctoral candidates and postdocs

johannes.moes@tu-berlin.de

+49 30 314-29622

+49 30 314-12329622

Organization name Center for Junior Scholars (CJS)
Office FH 5-5
Building FH
Room 503
Address Fraunhoferstr., 33-36
10587 Berlin