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Research Day

"Tips and Hints for a Successful Research Career: Present, Learn and Experience!"

The first aim of Research Day is to provide RUB's junior researchers with valuable tips and hints for a successful research career. Invited experts give a profound insight into several relevant topics important for planning a career. In recent years, Research Days have interactively focused on interdisciplinarity, internationalisation, communication and developing career strategies. A variety of different formats allows you to pose all your questions concerning your individual career planning and academic profile.
The second aim is to present and discuss state-of-the-art research carried out by doctoral researchers on campus. The day offers an impression of a great number of research fields and doctoral researchers present and communicate their projects to a highly interdisciplinary peer-community and benefit from profound feedback. 

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  • Research Day 2016

    Academic Profile and Effective Communication

    Research Day 2016 was set to support you in developing a successful postdoc career and outlined the importance of communication in research. Participants took the chance to:

    Discuss with distinguished experts who elaborated on personal challenges, important career factors and a successful career management!

    Learn how to build up career strategies, an outstanding academic portfolio and how to communicate their research!

    Present their own research projects and receive beneficial feedback from an interdisciplinary audience!

    The next Research Day will take place in autumn 2017. More information to follow.

<i style="padding:15px 0px 10px 20px;">Research Day 2016: Participants of the open panel discussions on "Communication in Research".</i><i style="padding:15px 0px 10px 20px;">Poster Presentations in small interdisciplinary groups.</i><i style="padding:15px 0px 10px 20px;">Dr Thomas Koch on the importance of building a career strategy.</i><i style="padding:15px 0px 10px 20px;">Many interested doctoral and postdoctal researchers showed up.</i>