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Integrated Graduate School offers its members a solid scientific
education in the research areas of the TRR154 as well as soft-skill
courses. Furthermore, it encourages early scientific independence. In
addition, scholarships (6–12
months) are offered.
a Young Researchers Network (“Nachwuchsring”) that consists of
representatives for each site, doctoral candidates decide about the
content of parts of the activities and organize them themselves. Two
mentors for each graduate ensure an intensive scientific supervision.
The scientific part of the research program includes the following activities:
Summer and Winter Schools on different scientific topics
Talks and block courses given by guest researchers
Lecture series specifically designed for the main research areas of the TRR 154
Scientific independence of our PhD students is a fundamental goal of the TRR 154. We are supporting our students for example in networking, by organizing excursions, international conferences or research visits abroad.
Members of the Integrated Graduate School are:
Doctoral candidates financed through the TRR 154 or associated with it
Students holding a TRR154 scholarship are members of the integrated graduate school
Post-doctoral researchers working on TRR 154 subprojects have access to the graduate school's support and activities