Junior Scientist and International Researcher Center (JUNO)

The Junior Scientist and International Researcher Center of HHU offers interdisciplinary qualification and soft skill trainings for postdocs, young research group leaders and junior professors in order to support the scientific independency of the young academics at HHU. JUNO is also the central contact and service center for international doctoral researchers, postdocs and visiting scientists who are taken care of in frame of the Welcome Service for international researchers. JUNO is part of Heine Research Academies.

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PhD Meetup Düsseldorf

Welcome! PhD Meetup Düsseldorf is intended to bring together past, present and future PhDs, like-minded people and other experts to improve their academic network. We meet regularly in a casual manner, have some drinks together and talk about any topic you may be interested in...more

pART of Research calendar comepetition has started

The calendar competition of Heine Research Academies (HeRA) and the HHU Diversity Coordination Office enters its fourth round with the motto "Creative Through Diversity“!

You are invited to capture your research and visualize it in a creative manner - either the researchers and their research object, the research environment or the research tools can be in focus of the art work. Participate now until 30 June 2019!

Be part of the FALLING WALLS LAB RHINELAND on 12 September 2019

The Falling Walls Conference wants to tear down walls and overcome boundaries: In our minds, in our thoughts and in our actions. Be there and present your reserach project, your business plan or your social ideas in just 3 minutes! The successful participation in the regional Rheinland lab on 12.09.19 at the University of Cologne is the ticket to the final in Berlin.

„Walter Benjamin-Programme“ of DFG - new funding line for young researchers

The German Research Foundation (DFG) is introducing a new flexible funding instrument to promote early scientific careers. The "Walter Benjamin Programme" will enable researchers in the future to independently implement their own project at the location of their choice immediately after their doctorate. Detailed information on the structure of the Walter Benjamin Programme will be published in mid-2019.

 

 

 

 

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Junior Scientist and
International Researcher Center (JUNO)

Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
Building 16.11.
Level 04 Room 30/33
Universitätsstr. 1
40225 Düsseldorf
Phone: +49 211 81-13405/13564
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