HHU Research Funding Days 2022
A career in science depends above all on the acquisition of research funding. However, good research conditions, mentors and personal strategy are just as important. Within the scope of the Research Funding Days, we want to discuss together which factors have an influence on a successful academic career.
03./04. May 2022, Online
Attendance is free of charge for doctoral researchers and postdocs. We ask you to please register for the event.
|03 May 2022 - Morning|
|Shaping your (research) career|
Vice President for Research and Transfer at HHU, Prof. Dr. Dr. Andrea Icks
|09:30 - 10:00||Presentation: |
An academic career - Risks and opportunities
presentation by Dr. Beate Scholz, Scholz CTC GmbH
|10:00 - 11:00|| |
What is important when planning your own (academic) career? How good are your chances of getting a job in Academia? Do you have to go abroad? How do you find mentors? Should you join a research network? Will research and family work out?
|11:10 - 12:00||Presentation: |
Strategically planning your research career by obtaining third party funding. Overview of funding options according to career level
Dr. Eva Gruchattka, Martina Kuhlmann
Department of Research Management and Transfer, HHU
|03 May 2022 - afternoon|
|Planning your research stay abroad|
|13:00 - 13:50||Presentation: |
Going abroad for a postdoc
General information on planning a research stay
Dr. Uta Brunner, JUNO, HHU
|14:00 - 15:00||Presentation: |
HFSP funding across national and disciplinary boundaries
Programme information and advice for your application
Dr. Guntram Bauer, Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP)
|04 May 2022 - Morning|
|Establishing the own research group|
|09:30 - 11:00|| |
The path to an independent academic career is diverse and there are just as many ways to finance your research group. How do you become a junior research group leader? What needs to be considered? How have successful colleagues achieved funding?
|11:10 - 12:00|| |
Learning from experienced academics and exchanging ideas with them can be a great support for your own path. Established HHU researchers share their own experiences on the path to academic independence and answer questions about applications, reviews and resetting after a rejected grant.
Attendance is free of charge for doctoral researchers and postdocs . We ask you to please register for the event.