Networking, Insider Exchange & Research Mentors
Various events organised by Research School provide you the opportunity to connect with other postdocs at RUB and experts from science and economy. With interested participants from your community you can exchange knowledge and experience and get insights into practical details and experts’ information.
We offer interdisciplinary events on issues regarding a successful postdoc career discussing topics such as:
- Scientific and non-scientific career
- External funding
- University policies and system
Check the event box on the right side for our current offers.
Insider Exchange - Career Outside Academia
The programme enables Postdocs and doctoral researchers to get in personal contact with experts outside academia to share experiences. The Insider will highlight requirements, strategies, working areas and they will discuss individual questions regarding professional development and career plans.
Especially if you already have plans for a career outside academia we encourage you to use this possibility and discuss your ideas with one of our Insiders.
In our growing network we match you with an Insider from a field, business area or company that meets your career plans – according to the field of interest you indicated in the contact form below. We help you arrange a single first meeting with the Insider and provide you with all the relevant contact information. Follow-up meetings are possible but will be in the responsibility of the Insider and you.
This is not a recruiting programme but an offer to assist you in active career planning.
Contact: Annegret Kunde
There are two calls per semester to participate in this programme please submit your contact form before one of the following deadlines:
Next Deadline: August 31, 2017
Research Mentors - Career Inside Academia
If you would like to continue your career in research you may benefit from the exchange with experienced researchers of RUB. The mentors below welcome you to contact them personally. You can bring your questions or ideas and they share their experiences and views on what is important for a research career. They answer questions about career paths, the respective strategies and requirements. Also questions about going abroad or changing of research institutes as career factors can be discussed.
Your mentors - you are most welcome to contact them by your initiative:
- Engineering Sciences
- Natural Sciences
Prof. Dr. Nils Metzler-Nolte
- Life Sciences
- Social Sciences
Prof. Dr. Jan Wieseke
Prof. Dr. Corinna Mieth
Please note: The mentors cannot offer long-term guidance and advice, or answer questions on where and how to submit proposals or write applications.