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Ph.D. at the Physics Department SS 2019

16 July 2019, 09:00 h: Informational meeting and workshop for fresh PhD students

The Graduate Center Physics organizes the workshop “PhD at the Physics Department”, taking place on 16 July 2019 at 09:00 h at the Physics lecture hall 3. Short, but informative seminars offer valuable help to make your life as a PhD candidate easy and will answer your questions.

Date

Tuesday, 16 July 2019, 9:00 h
Hörsaal 3 / Lecture hall 3, Physik-Department der TUM, James-Franck-Straße 1, Garching

Program

Time Agenda
09:00 Welcome by the Speaker of the Graduate Center Physics Prof. Alexander Holleitner, and the representatives of the Ph.D. candidates, M.Sc. Albert Schletter und Massimo Kube
09:15 Good scientific practice Dr. Emil Ratko-Dehnert (ProLehre)
10:30 Break
10:45 IT at the Physics Department Dr. Stefan Recksiegel The central information technology in the faculty offers numerous systems to support scientific work and can offer access to further TUM-central systems.
11:10 The Physics Department of TUM Dr. Philipp H. v. Loewenfeld (Assistant to the Dean of Studies Physics) How is the faculty organized? What will change in the future (a new building?)? What facilities are available to support science and teaching? Whom may I ask on topics concerning my working contract?
11:30 Your PhD in Physics at TUM Dr. Johannes Wiedersich (Manager of the Graduate Centre Physics)
12:00 Individual questions and counseling in PH 2052 Dr. Johannes Wiedersich (Manager of the Graduate Centre Physics), Dr. Philipp H. v. Loewenfeld (Assistant to the Dean of Studies Physics)

Designated experts discuss topics at the heart of all Ph.D. candidates. Starting with good scientific practice to hands-on support in IT and the organization of the Physics Department. By expertise and position the lecturers also serve as contact persons for further (future) questions on these topics.

After this workshop an informal consultation session gives the opportunity to discuss individual questions with representatives of the department.

The talks and workshops are in English.

Registration

Please register using the registration system (login using your TUM account). After registration you may use the same link to cancel your registration.

In view of the “direct track” possibilities this course is interesting for master students during their research phase as well.

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