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10.11.17 pART of Research calendar 2018 available now

The pART of Research calendar of Heine Research Academies is available for free in the offices of iGRAD, medRSD, philGRAD and JUNO from November 13, 2017. The interdisciplinary calendar project shows the art within research of HHU's junior researchers.

17.11.17 49th IFF Spring School Physics of Life 26.02.-09.03.18

The Spring School will provide an introduction to and an overview of current research topics in biophysics of living systems, with an emphasis on understanding biological structure, dynamics and function. Registration now open! Application deadline: 20 December 2017

06.10.17 HeRA Werkstatt:
Social Net(t)working 12.10.2017

Networking is important when it comes to careers not only in the business economic field but also in science. But how to do this in an efficient and secured way? Using the social networks like Xing, LinkedIn, ResearchGate and others could make your life easier - if you are aware of some rules and recommendations. The lecture teaches the basics of successful social networking, ranging from basic principles of authentic self-marketing to recommendation management.

06.10.17 17.10.2017 Who will pay my pension some day? Pension rights for internationally mobile researchers

As a scientist working at a university or research facility in Europe, you are part of a highly skilled and mobile workforce. Especially due to your mobility questions and uncertainties may arise when it comes to your social security and old-age provision. FindYourPension will inform you about the German and European Pension Scheme, your pension rights and possibilities for refunds of contributions. The information event is free of charge, but registration is required.

04.09.17 Expert Report: Consideration of open science activities in the evaluation of research careers

The recently published report of the expert group "Rewards / Recognition under Open Science" focuses on recommendations at both the political and practical levels to promote the commitment of researchers in the field of Open Science and to reward them in the context of career development. The expert group also recommends that OpenScience should be taken into account as a criterion of assessment at all career levels.

04.07.16 pART of Research Competition - 12 most popular images have been selected

Early career researchers of all HHU faculties were asked to show the world what (their) research looks like in the 21st century. 25 images had been submitted and were put to public vote until the middle of July 2017. Over 1300 voters took part in selecting the 12 most popular images that will now be displayed in the “pARTofResearch” calendar 2018 of Heine Research Academies. The printed calendar will be available from Heine Research Academies in fall 2017. The choosen images can be viewed at the following link.

19.06.17 pART of Research Competition - Vote Now!

Early career researchers of all HHU faculties were asked to show the world what (their) research looks like in the 21st century. 25 images have been submitted and now it’s your turn to vote for the 12 most favorite images that will be displayed in the “pARTofResearch” calendar of Heine Research Academies for 2018.

31.05.17 3.7.2017 Scholarly peer review - learning from emeritus professors

Learning from experienced colleagues can facilitate the own career a lot. JUNO has invited two renowned HHU emeritus professors, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Dieter Birnbacher and Prof. Dr. Karl-Heinz Spatschek, for a face-to-face chat on their experience with scholarly peer review (refereeing). Both bring a decade-long experience as journal referees, editors, review board members and experts in their field. You are invited to ask questions and talk to them in person.

09.05.17 Jun. Prof. Dr. Ute Scholl receives most important German price for early career researchers

On Wednesday 3rd May 2017 Jun. Prof. Dr. Ute Scholl, Department of Nephrology at the University Hospital Düsseldorf, has been awarded the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Price by the German Research Foundation (DFG). She is one out ouf ten young scientists, who received the award from the Federal Minister of Education and Research, Prof. Dr. Johanna Wanka, The Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Price is endowed with each 20.000 euros, and is regarded the most significant award for early career researchers in Germany.


15.03.17 Alfried Krupp Wissenschaftskolleg awards its Alfried Krupp Fellowships for the academic year 2018/19

Through the Fellowship program, scholars are given the opportunity to focus on a major research project. Fellows will be invited either for one semester or for a full academic year. Office space and accommodation will be offered to the fellows free of charge. Proposals from groups of scholars who plan to pursue an international and interdisciplinary collaborative project are welcome, too.

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