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pART of Research Calendar Competition 2025

Celebrate your passion for research and creativity by taking part in the pART of Research Calendar Competition. We are celebrating HeRA’s 10th anniversary (2014-2024) and invite you to submit your image (maybe as a birthday gift?).

Doctoral researchers, postdocs and junior group leaders of all Faculties – are you an excited researcher, a talented illustrator, or simply someone with a curious mind? This is your chance to shine!

Create an awe-inspiring image that captures the essence of your research. From the smallest particles to the largest galaxies, from letters to words, from numbers to complex formulas and correlations. Let your imagination run wild as you blend scientific accuracy with artistic flair. Each month of the calendar should be a visual masterpiece, showcasing the wonders of your research subjects or special moments in your life as a scientist.

Submit your image until 31 May 2024 and be a part of our special 10-year anniversary celebration!
All entries will be put up for vote on the pART of Research website. The 12 images with the most votes will be printed in the pART of Research calendar 2025 and the winners will receive a book voucher.


Information for participation

All doctoral students, postdocs, junior research group leaders and junior professors at HHU are eligible to participate.

You can submit your art work until 31 May 2024. The submitted images* will then be made displayed on this page for voting. The pictures which receive the most votes will be published in the 'pART of Research' calendar for 2025. At least one space is reserved for an image of each faculty. The winners will receive a coveted place in the 'pART of Research' calendar 2025 as well as a book voucher.

*If more than 30 images are submitted, a committee of the Heine Research Academies will make a preliminary selection.

Whether photos, drawings, collages, comics...there are no limits to your imagination.
Only the following technical requirements must be met:
    •    mind. 250 dpi
    •    Format: JPG
    •    ideally CMYK
    •    DIN A3 Landsquape (420 mm x 297 mm)

Please submit only one image per participant. Only pictures for which you have the copyright and right of use may be submitted!

Please submit your images via the pART of Research entry form.

In case of additional questions please send an email to

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