RDP Newsletter 08-2017

News vom 22.05.2017

Dear ladies and gentlemen,

We would like to inform you about the next training options, initiatives and Open Door Talks for postdocs and holders of a doctorate, junior professors and junior research group leaders in the Researcher Development Program of the Dahlem Research School. 

The new RDP workshop program for the summer term 2017 is now available on our course booking website!

Workshop offers in the Researcher Development Program are funded by the German Excellence Initiative and are free of charge in the pilot phase for all holders of a doctorate at Freie Universität Berlin!


1. UPCOMING AND NEW COURSES – AVAILABLE PLACES
2. TAG DER GUTEN WISSENSCHAFTLICHEN PRAXIS
3. SPECIAL ODT - DOs AND DON’Ts OF APPLYING FOR AN ERC STARTING GRANT

 

For prompt updates on the RDP Program, please subscribe to the RDP-Newsletter:

https://lists.fu-berlin.de/listinfo/academicprofiledevelopment

 


 

1. UPCOMING AND NEW COURSES – AVAILABLE PLACES


The upcoming cost-free RDP workshops for postdoctoral researchers at Freie Universität Berlin are open for registration on the course booking platform http://www.drs.fu-berlin.de. The workshop titles below are directly linked to the specific workshop description.

 

 

Grant Proposal Writing

Trainer: Dr. Sabine Preusse

Thu./Fri., 1/2 June 2017, 9:00-17:00

Dahlem Research School, Hittorfstraße 16

Kommunikation und Gesprächsführung
Trainerin: Dr. Monika Klinkhammer

Mi, 7. Juni 2017, 9:00-17:00

Dahlem Research School, Hittorfstraße 16

Zeit- und Selbstmanagement für WissenschaftlerInnen
Trainer: Dr. Reinhold Haller

Mo, 19. Juni 2017, 9:00-17:00

Dahlem Research School, Hittorfstraße 16

 

Mitarbeiterführung in Wissenschaft und Forschung

Trainer: Dr. Reinhold Haller

Mi, 28. Juni 2017, 9:00-17:00

Dahlem Research School, Hittorfstraße 16

 

Team-Management in Wissenschaft und Forschung

Trainer: Dr. Reinhold Haller

Do, 29. Juni 2017, 9:00-17:00

Dahlem Research School, Hittorfstraße 16

 

Der Weg zur Professur - Berufungstraining
Trainerin: Dr. Monika Klinkhammer

Mo/Di, 26./27. Juni 2017, 9:00-16:30

Dahlem Research School, Hittorfstraße 16

 

Schwierige Gesprächssituationen konstruktiv meistern

Trainerin: Dr. Monika Klinkhammer

Mi, 5. Juli 2017, 9:00-17:00

Dahlem Research School, Hittorfstraße 16

 

Networking für Postdocs

Trainerin: Dr. Monika Klinkhammer

Di, 11. Juli 2017, 9:00-17:00

Dahlem Research School, Hittorfstraße 16


Einfluss nehmen – konstruktiver Umgang mit Macht und Selbstbehauptung

(Dieser Workshop richtet sich an JuniorprofessorInnen und NachwuchsgruppenleiterInnen!)

Trainerin: PD Dr. Angelina Topan

Mi, 12. Juli 2017, 9:00-17:00

Dahlem Research School, Hittorfstraße 16


Reflecting Career Aims and the way to get there

Trainer: PD Dr. Angelina Topan

Thu./Fri., 13/14 July 2017, 9:00-17:00

Dahlem Research School, Hittorfstraße 16

Teaching Core Certificate – Advanced Workshop (TCC2)
Trainer: Dr. Sebastian Walzik

Mon./Tue., 17/18 July 2017, 9:00-17:00

Dahlem Research School, Hittorfstraße 16

 

Karrierestrategien und Laufbahnplanung für WissenschaflerInnen

Trainerin: Dr. Julia Lindenmair

Mo/Di, 17./18. Juli 2017, 9:00-17:00

Dahlem Research School, Hittorfstraße 16

Please note that the workshops in the Professional Development Program (PDP) are also open for postdocs and may include subjects, which are not covered by the RDP program.

 

You may read the descriptions without logging in, but you need to log in on our course booking website to be able to book a workshop (via a button on top of the respective workshop description)!

 

If you do not remember your password, you may request a new one.
If you have any questions or remarks, the DRS support team is happy to help. Please contact support@drs.fu-berlin.de .

 


 


2. 
TAG DER GUTEN WISSENSCHAFTLICHEN PRAXIS -

PUBLIKATIONSPROZESSE UND GUTE WISSENSCHAFTLICHE PRAXIS

 

Die Dahlem Research School veranstaltet am 14. Juni 2017 im Seminarzentrum der Freien Universität Berlin zum zweiten Mal den „Tag der guten wissenschaftlichen Praxis“. Die öffentlichen Vorträge richten sich an Wissenschaftler*innen und andere Personengruppen, die sich für die Thematik wissenschaftlicher Integrität und verantwortungsvolle Ausübung von Forschung interessieren und deren Aufgabe es ist, gute wissenschaftliche Praxis sicher zu stellen.

Im Mittelpunkt steht beim diesjährigen Tag der guten wissenschaftlichen Praxis das Thema Publizieren.

Die Veranstaltung ist kostenfrei und kann im Rahmen der Studienanforderungen für DRS-Mitglieder im Bereich gute wissenschaftliche Praxis als Studienleistung angerechnet werden.

 

Informationen zum Programm und Online Anmeldung

 


 

3. SPECIAL ODT - DOs AND DON’Ts OF APPLYING FOR AN ERC STARTING GRANT


Date and time: Thursday, 29 June, 18:00-20:00

Venue: Dahlem Research School, Hittorfstraße 16, 14195 Berlin
(free of charge, no registration required)

 

https://www.drs.fu-berlin.de/node/10449

 

Speaker: Dr Denys Makarov, Head of the research group "Intelligent materials and devices”, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf
http://www.smartsensorics.eu/group/dr-denys-makarov/

 

This seminar/event has been organised in cooperation with the Ukrainian Academic International Network (The UKRAINE Network) / Die Deutsch-Ukrainische Akademische Gesellschaft e. V. (www.ukrainet.eu)

The talk will be carried in English and address the following points:

 

- a brief outline of my career path and why I have chosen to stay in academia

- challenges of carrying out basic and applied research

- ‘DOs’ and ‘DON’Ts’ of applying for an ERC starting grant, based on my personal experience

- Q&A session

Short biography 

Born and raised in Ukraine, I obtained my Master Degree (2005) at the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv in Ukraine, followed by a Ph.D. (2008) from the University of Konstanz in Germany. From November 2010 until September 2015 I was leading a group “Magnetic Nanomembranes” at the Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden (IFW Dresden). Since October 2015 I am heading the research group “Intelligent materials and devices” at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR).

The main focus of my work on fundamental and applied aspects of magnetism in curved surfaces, namely design and understanding of artificial micro- and nano-structures with unique magnetic configurations and exploring their application potential in the field of sensorics. 
As curved nanomembranes can be reshaped on demand after fabrication, the interest to this topic is far beyond the fundamental research. The results of my team created a solid background to realize the so-called shapeable (flexible, printable and stretchable) magnetoelectronics and highlighted its potential applications for eMobility and medicine. 

For the development of this novel research field I was awarded an ERC Starting Grant in 2012 (Shapeable Magnetoelectronics in Research and Technology: http://www.smartsensorics.eu/) and an ERC Proof-of-Concept Grant in 2013. Moreover, in 2014 I won the EU FET (Future& Emerging Technologies) Young Explorers grant “Curved Nanomembranes for Topological Quantum Computation”: www.nano2qc.eu/  

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