Author: Lukas Birmes

PhD student at Leibniz-Institute DSMZ (German Collection for Microorganisms and Cell Cultures)

Zukunftsworkshop 2019

What is the current status in the working groups? Which topics should we cover? Who would like to get involved? How can we push forward the work of the network?

 

imageThe network aims to address these questions specifically for the working groups in the “Zukunftsworkshop” (or Future Workshop) which took place at the Leibniz Association’s Head Office in Berlin on May 6th and 7th. For this event, everyone who is active in the Leibniz PhD Network by participating in a working group or wants to join a group gathers in order to discuss accomplished work and future plans. Scattered all over Germany, opportunities for working group members to meet in person are rare and most communication has to be done via Skype conferences and email. Getting together for the Zukunftsworkshop is therefore a welcome change.
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Q&A with the 2017/2018 Steering Group

PeopleA new year started and we want to say a huge thank you to our last Steering Group 2017/2018 for representing the Leibniz PhD Network. We wish you all the best on your future journey. In this blog post some former Steering Group members answered questions about their work, impressions and their experiences within the Leibniz PhD Network. In the meantime, tasks have been handed over successfully to the newly voted successors.

Would you like to become more engaged in our network? As a doctoral researcher of any Leibniz Institute, you too can be active and help within the working groups. More information can be found in the respective directories of the working groups on our page.

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