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.




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

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pART of Research 2021 -
the images have been selected

Voting for the "pART of Research" calendar competition of HeRA (iGRAD, philGRAD, medRSD and JUNO) and the Diversity Coordination Office has animated more than 1400 interested people to take part. Thanks to all of you!

The chosen pictures, which will be shown in the pART of Research calendar 2021, are already published on the website. From the end of October, all pictures will be part of the "pART of Research" exhibition, which will be shown at the University Library until January 2021. The...

Corona Emergency Grants

The Heine Research Academies are offering Corona Emergency Grants for doctoral and postdoctoral researchers of HHU, who are in a financial emergency due to the Corona Pandemic.

NEW: third-party funding bonus for young HHU scientists

For each successfully acquired third-party-funded project of at least 100,000 €, young scientists at HHU receive a bonus of 5,000 € as a freely available budget. The programme is an incentive for the acquisition of third-party funding by young scientists. It is financed by the Strategic Research Fund (SFF) and applies to HHU's non-medical faculties.

 

 

 

 

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