The aims of the graduate school are to train students in an international and interdisciplinary context. They learn to develop inventive research questions and new approaches to solving problems, to plan and manage projects and to present the results of their studies. The PhD students learn about the relevant models and hypotheses in their field of science and can practise discussing them.
The curriculum combines several disciplines ensuring that the students are able to integrate their scientific skills into a broader context. All curriculum elements serve to enhance the scientific independence and creativity of the PhD students.
Next course at 10th December2014. Please register at StudIP.
03. December 2014
Cracker barrel for international PhD students
- Every first Wednesday in a month international PhD students meets to a "Stammtisch". ...
05. December 2014
PROhear Mentoring: Information Event
- The next Mentoring Programme for female Ph.D. students and female young PostDocs will start in...
10. December 2014
09:00 - 17:00
Good Scientific Practice
- Ever asked yourself to whom your results belong? Or who is setting the Authorship ranking on a...
23. January 2015
Hot Topics in Neurosensory Science and Systems
- Genevieve Laumen, Tina Schlüter: "Role of microRNA-96 for the function and development of the...
Dr. Klaudia Hettwer
Coordinator of the Graduate School Science and Technology
Room W3 1-138
Phone.: +49 (0)441 - 798 3648
Tuesday 13:00 - 14:00
Thursday 10:00 - 12:00
and by appointment