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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Please use one of the following links to access our pages directly and find more information about doctoral research at HHU:




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 - competition 2020: Vote now!

From now on, 19 submitted images, snapshots, data visualizations and graphics are available for voting in the pART of Research calendar competition 2020. Young scientists of HHU have submitted their contributions under the motto "Creative through Diversity". You can now vote for the images that will make it in the 2020 calendar!

New funding possibilities for postdocs: Walter Benjamin-Programme of DFG

The new Walter Benjamin Programme is aimed at young researchers who wish to carry out an independent research project at an early stage of their career after completing their doctorate. The aim is to support the mobility relevant in this phase and, if necessary, to promote the further thematic development of the research project.

HHU funding programme for research projects with citizen participation

HHU funds research projects by HHU scientists that actively involve citizens and/or representatives of civil society organisations in their projects. This can range from the joint development of a project proposal ("co-design", "multi-stakeholder approach") to participation in the implementation of projects ("Citizen Science") and transfer into application. Application deadline is 16 September 2019.

 

 

 

 

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