The training program of the RTG comprises the following key elements:
- kick-of camp at the start of the CRC
- first year courses
- annual RTG Jamboree
- regular CRC research seminars
- annual summer/winter school
- professional skills training courses and certification programs
Our doctoral researchers will be supervised by two members of the CRC. Two cohort mentors will provide additional career development advice, will coordinate common activities of the RTG, and will oversee the overall development of our doctoral researchers.
To strengthen the autonomy of our doctoral researchers, the RTG will provide a budget which our doctoral researchers will administer themselves. For instance, they may organize informal get-togethers where they can discuss their work. They may also use these funds to organize small workshops according to their interests and needs.
The CRC makes it a priority to support researchers will family by providing childcare during CRC-related events, by arranging individual support during periods of parental leave, and by enabling flexible working arrangements.
Journal Club and Colloquium Introduction
An introductory seminar to the topic of the colloquia is given before each colloquium from junior scientists - for junior scientists in the lecture hall from 9:00-9:45. Come and join us.
The Journal Club will start this term!
The second Journal Club will take place this Friday, the 22nd of June. Paul Rozdeba and Randolf Altmeyer will organize the meeting and updates on the room will follow soon. Make sure you join the club at 1 pm after lunch.