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13. Sep 2022

DFG Funding Opportunities: The Emmy Noether Programme (September 14, 2022 | online)

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This online talk focuses on the Emmy Noether Programme of the DFG. Further details and the dial in link can be found at Info Talks on DFG Funding Opportunities for Research Careers.

  • Date: September 14, 2022
  • Time: 2 – 3:30 p.m. CET
  • Language: English

Please note: You can access the event via the link above without any password. The number of participants is limited to max. 1,000.

About Prospects: Online Talk Series on DFG Funding Opportunities for Research Careers

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22. Aug 2022

DFG Calendar 2023: Call for photo competition

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For its 2023 calendar, the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) is looking for photo motifs that refer to selected DFG-funded projects and is initiating a photo competition for this purpose:

Scientists from funded projects can participate, and the most beautiful twelve motifs will be selected for the calendar. The theme of this year’s calendar is “Research Landscapes”. The term is meant metaphorically and all participants are welcome to interpret it broadly. The deadline for entries is September 15, 2022.

Further information at the DFG website (in German).

1. Dec 2021

Duration and completion of doctoral studies under DFG Coordinated Programmes

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The DFG Infobrief (3.21) summarises quantitative analyses on the duration and completion of doctorates pursued under DFG-funded Coordinated Programmes based on two studies published by the DFG in 2021.

All in all, in DFG-funded consortia in the programmes Collaborative Research Centre, Research Training Group, Cluster of Excellence and Graduate School four out of five doctoral projects started are completed. Half of doctoral researchers complete their doctorate within 51 months. The duration of a doctorate can of course vary greatly, both from one individual to the next and within the same consortium. (Source: DFG Infobrief 3.21)

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25. Nov 2021

DFG approves second funding period of Integrated Research Training Group “Ultrafast spin dynamics (SFB/TRR 227)”

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The Senate of the German Research Foundation (DFG) has approved the second funding period for the integrated Research Training Group (iRTG), which is part of the collaborative research center SFB/TRR 227 “Ultrafast spin dynamics”.

The SFB/TRR 227 is jointly operated by the two speaker universities MLU and FU Berlin. Partner institutions are the TU Berlin and the University of Potsdam as well as the Max Born Institute for Nonlinear Optics and Short Pulse Physics, the Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, the Max Planck Institute for Microstructure Physics and the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien.

Read more at press release 161/2021 of November 25, 2021 (in German) of MLU.

About iRTG of SFB/TRR 227

Integrated Research Training Group  “Ultrafast spin dynamics (SFB/TRR 227)” spokesperson: Prof. Dr. Wolf Widdra, coordinator: Dr. Britta Anstötz (funding 2018-2025) (link)

31. Mar 2021

[DFG] DFG-Förderangebote für die wissenschaftliche Karriere (19.04.2021)

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Welche Fördermöglichkeiten bietet die DFG Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftlern im Anschluss an die Promotion? Wir geben Ihnen einen Überblick über die DFG-Förderinstrumente von der Promotion zur Professur: Mitarbeit in Projekten, Sachbeihilfe mit Eigener Stelle, Walter Benjamin-, Emmy Noether- und Heisenberg-Programm. Das Ganze wird ergänzt durch Tipps zur Vorbereitung eines Antrags.

Quelle: DFG

Interessierte Promovierende und Postdocs aller Fachgebiete sind zur Teilnahme herzlich eingeladen. Die Veranstaltung findet auf Deutsch statt.

  • Wann: am 19. April, 14:00-15:30 Uhr
  • Wo: Webex
    Die Zugangsdaten werden am Tag der Veranstaltung hier veröffentlicht.

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