Technische Universität Berlin

Events

Fakulty 1 - Introduction and Information Session for Doctoral Candidates

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

We would like to invite you to this year’s introduction and information session for (new) doctoral candidates at Faculty I. It will take place on

Monday, 11.01.2021, 14.00 – 16.00 o’clock, the meeting will be held online (Webex-Conference).

The session will offer a short overview of the information and orientation material of the CJS (TU-DOC Office). The ombudsperson for doctoral candidates Prof. Dr. Kerstin Wittmann-Englert, the Head of Administration Alexander Gerberding and the Advisor of Academic Affairs and Evaluation Ina Haase, will briefly introduce the faculty and its Service Centre and, together with Ms. Schmollny as the responsible staff member, answer your questions.

We’d like to get in contact with you personally and to discuss together questions concerning the organization and structuring of your doctorate like i.e.:

  • How can I plan my doctorate in advance and be supervised effectively?
  • Which qualifications are important and which services does TU offer to support me?

Parts of the session will be held in English.

It is not necessary to register for this event. You can directly log in onto Webex here:

https://tu-berlin.webex.com/tu-berlin/j.php?MTID=mdd3b161af6d65d0ac39b2f935d811c8a

Presentation is to be find here:

https://www.tu-berlin.de/fakultaet_i/menue/forschung/promotionen/

or DA: 71597.

We’re looking forward to seeing and discussing with you.

Sincerely, 

Susanne Teichmann and Ina Haase

Fakulty 4 - Introduction and Information Session for Doctoral Candidates

Dear PhD students,

  • How do I plan my dissertation?
  • How do I get good supervision?
  • Who can help me when there is trouble with my supervisor?
  • Who can tell me about the formal regulations of the dissertation?
  • How do I know about training programs for PhD students?
  • How can I network with fellow PhD students in the department?

Sooner or later you will come across one of those questions and might not know the answer.

We would like to invite you to a virtual meeting where we will answer these and other questions about how to successfully pursue a doctoral degree. We are the people responsible for doctoral students at Faculty IV and the Center for Junior Scholars of TU Berlin.

The meeting will take place in zoom on Monday, March 22 from 2:00 – 4:00pm (sharp).

https://tu-berlin.zoom.us/j/5560594553?pwd=UlN2ck1XS25ieEJ1VWhlQVNiZXVCZz09

Kenncode: 123456

We hope that many of you will join us! You are warmly welcome no matter whether you have just started your PhD or you are about to finish or you are simply tired of being the lonely PhD at home and want some contact!!

With kind regards,

Susanne Teichmann

Faculty 5 - Introduction and Information Session for Doctoral Candidates

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

We would like to invite you, also on behalf of the Faculty V, to this year’s introduction and information session for (new) doctoral candidates at the faculty. It will take place on

Monday, 30th November 2020, 14:00 to 16:00; the meeting will be held online, see p. 3.

The session will offer a short overview of the information and orientation material of the “Center for Junior Scholars” CJS, formerly the TU-DOC office for doctoral and postdoctoral services. The ombudsperson for doctoral candidates Dietrich Manzey, and Anke Heymann as the responsible staff member will briefly introduce the Faculty with its focal points, the most important contact persons for you and their support for young academics. Tu-Anh Fay and Philipp Nagel as spokesperson for Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter*innen in the faculty board will introduce you to the networking activities among early stage researchers.

We would like to get in contact with you personally and to discuss together questions concerning the organization and structuring of your doctorate like i.e.:

-    How can I plan my doctorate in advance and be supervised effectively? 
-    Which qualifications are important and which services does TU offer to support me?

Parts of the session will be held in English. It is not necessary to register for this event.

You can directly log in onto Webex here:

tu-berlin.webex.com/tu-berlin/j.php

You will find the presentation here shortly before the event.

We are looking forward to seeing and discussing with you.

Sincerely, 

Susanne Teichmann

Faculty 7 - Introduction and Information Session for Doctoral Candidates

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

We would like to invite you, also on behalf of the faculty VII, to this year’s introduction and information session for (new) doctoral candidates at the faculty. It will take place on

Monday, 14.12.2020, 11.00-13.00 a clock, the meeting will be held online here  https://tu-berlin.webex.com/tu-berlin/j.php?MTID=mf2ad1d1c9bdfd178973aa0e0235f972d

The session will offer a short overview of the information and orientation material of the Center for Junior Scholars (CJS, until recently TU-DOC Office for doctoral and postdoctoral services). The ombudsperson for doctoral candidates Prof Kübler and Prof Salomo as representative for the „Berlin Industrial Engineering and Management“ (BIEM) program will be present, and the head of administration Ms Lotz will briefly introduce the faculty and its Service Centre and, together with Ms Engel as the responsible staff member, answer your questions. Ms Klatt will present the offers of the economics library.

Lissy Langer and Susanne Felgner as spokespersons for Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter*innen in the faculty board will introduce you to the networking activities among early stage researchers.

We’d like to get in contact with you personally and to discuss together questions concerning the organization and structuring of your doctorate like i.e.:

  • How can I plan my doctorate in advance and be supervised effectively?
  • Which qualifications are important and which services does TU offer to support me?

Parts of the session will be held in English. It is not necessary to register for this event.

We’re looking forward to seeing and discussing with you.

Sincerely,

Susanne Teichmann