HeRA Lunch - have lunch and educate yourself

Bring your lunch and educate yourself! Please join us for the Heine Research Academies lunch talks. Invited speakers are introducing information on research careers, HHU-internal funding programmes for research and teaching, HHU facilities supporting your research or other helpful information on "How to get around at HHU“. How it works? Bring your sandwiches, foster your knowledge and get into casual conservation with the referee, your peers and colleagues afterwards - always on Wednesdays at 12:30 p.m..

Dates


10.04.2019 DFG Liaison officer / DFG Vertrauensdozent


The HHU DFG Liaison Officer Prof. Dr. Stefan Egelhaaf serves as an on-site point of contact for researchers who are considering applying for funding by the German Research Foundation (DFG). He will introduce himself and his duties e.g. the proposal process especially for those who are applying for the first time.

This HeRA Lunch session takes place in Bldg. 26.11, ground floor, room 24 (Meeting Room of the Biology Department).


Dr. Eva Nowack, Photo: HHU

08.05.2019 Experience Report: Emmy Noether Programme Fellow

The Emmy Noether Programme of the German Research Foundation supports researchers in achieving independence at an early stage of their scientific careers. Dr. Eva Nowack, AG Microbial Symbiosis and Organelle Evolution and Emmy Noether Fellow at HHU since 2014, talks about her experiences within the programme and how it mediated her way of becoming an independent research group leader.

This HeRA Lunch takes place in Bldg. 16.11., 1st floor, Meeting room 3 and is held in English.


05.06.2019 Extra-university career paths for doctoral candidates -
The view of employers

A doctorate is a (first) independent research project to achieve the highest academic degree and thus a milestone on the way to an academic career. But not all doctorates can or want to remain in the highly competitive and precarious academic system. Some leave the university immediately after their doctorate, others wait for their first or second PostDoc. But what does the employer think of young professionals with a doctorate? What expectations can and must we expect and where is a doctorate perhaps viewed more critically? The working group of UniWIND, to which Dr. Simone Brandes (philGRAD) belonged, has investigated these and related questions. She will report on the results of the working group, which have also been published by the University Association for the Qualification of Young Scientists in Germany (UniWiND).

This HeRA Lunch session is held in German. It takes place in Building 21.02 (SSC) in room 21.


Additional information

Time

12:30 - 1:30 pm

Location

different for each session, please see above

Fee

free admission, bring your own lunch

Contact person

Dr. Uta Brunner, juno@hhu.de

Registration

Open to all - No registration necessary, however, seats are limited.

Contact

Dr. Uta Brunner

Junior Scientist and
International Researcher Center (JUNO)
Heine Research Academies
Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
Gebäude 16.11.
Ebene 04 Raum 33
Universitätsstr. 1
40225 Düsseldorf
Tel.: +49 211 81-13564
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