Prof. Dr. Sebastian Reich
Prof. Dr. Melina Freitag
Prof. Dr. Carsten Beta
Prof. Dr. Jana de Wiljes
Prof. Dr. Markus Reiß
IRTG Coordinator and Gender
and Diversity Consultant
SFB 1294 – Data Assimilation
Institute of Mathematics
Karl-Liebknecht Str. 24-25
14476 Potsdam – OT Golm
|Beta, Carsten, Prof. Dr.||Institute of Physics and Astronomy, University of Potsdam||A01, B02, B07|
|Carpentier, Alexandra, Dr.||Institute of Mathematics, University of Potsdam||A03|
|de Wiljes, Jana, Prof. Dr.||Institute of Mathematics, TU Ilmenau||A02, A03, B06, B08|
|Engbert, Ralf, Prof. Dr.||Department of Psychology, University of Potsdam||B03, Z03|
|Freitag, Melina, Prof. Dr.||Institute of Mathematics, University of Potsdam||A07, Z02|
|Großmann, Robert, Dr.||Institute of Physics and Astronomy, University of Potsdam||B07|
|Holschneider, Matthias, Prof. Dr.||Institute of Mathematics, University of Potsdam||B02, B04|
|Huisinga, Wilhelm, Prof. Dr.||Institute of Mathematics, University of Potsdam||A04, B08, Z02|
|Lie, Han Cheng, JProf. Dr.||Institute of Mathematics, University of Potsdam||A04, A07|
|Lucke, Ulrike, Prof. Dr.||Institute of Computer Science, University of Potsdam||Z03|
|Opper, Manfred, Prof. Dr.||Institute of Software Engineering and Theoretical Computer Science, TU Berlin||A06, B07, B08|
|Rabovsky, Milena, Prof. Dr.||Department of Psychology, University of Potsdam||B09|
|Reich, Sebastian, Prof. Dr.||Institute of Mathematics, University of Potsdam||A02, A06, B03, B09, Z01|
|Reiß, Markus, Prof. Dr.||Institute of Mathematics, HU Berlin||A01, A04|
|Shprits, Yuri, Prof. Dr.||GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences and Institute of Physics and Astronomy, University of Potsdam||B06|
|Spokoiny, Vladimir, Prof. Dr.||Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics, Berlin||A06|
|Stannat, Wilhelm, Prof. Dr.||Institute of Mathematics, TU Berlin||A01, A02|
|Zöller, Gert, apl. Prof. Dr.||Institute of Mathematics, University of Potsdam||B04|
Former PIs (1st funding period):
|Blanchard, Gilles, Prof. Dr.||Institut de Mathématiques d'Orsay, Université Paris Saclay||A03, A04, A05|
|Roelly, Sylvie, Prof. Dr.||Institute of Mathematics, University of Potsdam||A01, A05, Z02|
|Scheffer, Tobias, Prof. Dr.||Institute of Informatics and Computational Science, University of Potsdam||B05, Z03|
|Stolle, Claudia, Prof. Dr.||GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences and Institute of Mathematics, University of Potsdam||B06|
We provide opportunities and special training for our members and young researchers to support them in their personal career development.
Our specific measures towards equal opportunity
- Structures and funding for career development: A range of transferable skill training courses are offered including proposal writing, presenting in general and at conferences, science communication and many more. We collaborate closely with the Potsdam Graduate School (link https://www.pogs.uni-potsdam.de/), which offers training for doctoral students and postdoctoral researchers. We offer courses for all gender, however a number of them are especially designed for female researchers and focus e.g. on their personal career paths and goals by offering professional techniques to overcome female specific obstacles.
- Coaching: the SFB funds coaching sessions specifically designed for the needs of the members of the SFB and specifically offers coaching to empower female scientists.
- MentoringPlus: Individual mentoring for female researchers is provided by our partners from the PoGS (verlinken: uni-potsdam.de/de/pogs/career-development/mentoring-plus.html) and supported by the SFB 1294. The program included three main pillars, which are 1) the mentor-mentee relationship, 2) training in the form of workshops and 3) networking and networking opportunities.
- Providing role models: The SFB 1294 strives to invite accomplished female scientists as guest speakers to colloquia and seminars. We will furthermore provide an opportunity for our female PhD students and junior scientists to have additional informal discussions with these female role models.
Gender and Diversity Board
We aim to maintain and further improve our gender balance while ensuring an optimal allocation qualified candidates to their preferred projects. One of the tasks of the Gender Equality and Diversity Board is to oversee recruitment and ensure a diverse cohort of doctoral and postdoctoral researchers.
Carsten Beta, Prof. Dr.
Alexandra Carpentier, Prof. Dr.
Jana de Wiljes, Prof. Dr.
Han Cheng Lie, J.-Prof. Dr.
University of Potsdam
University of Potsdam
University of Potsdam
Our Gender and Diversity Board is supported by our Gender and Diversity Consultant Stella Krüger in the CRC Coordination Office.
We aim at providing a family friendly working environment, especially for families with young children and offer the following support measures.
- Childcare is offered and advertised for every SFB 1294 Colloquium, Spring School, Retreat etc. and after-office-hour event. We can organize ‘childcare-at-home’ and ‘childcare-at-work’.
- If you need to bring your children to work on short notice, we packed special bags with toys, books and games to keep your children entertained and happy, while you can work.
- We support flexible working hours and working from home, e.g. if your child is ill, and provide laptops for these occasions.
- We actively support members of our SFB’s before, during and after parental leave, e.g. in form of childcare, student assistants (where appropriate and possible), advisory structures to support work-life balance