The coordination office manages the daily operations of IMPRS-IS. Led by program coordinator Leila Masri, the coordination office offers dedicated support to the program’s scholars, faculty, and doctoral applicants. With questions about IMPRS-IS operations, program requirements, or recruitment, please contact the coordination office at email@example.com
The International Max Planck Research School for Intelligent Systems is governed by an executive board consisting of seven faculty members spanning the core research fields pertaining to IMPRS-IS. Three of these board members take on additional duties serving as a spokesperson or deputy spokesperson to represent one of the program's three institutions.
The International Max Planck Research School for Intelligent Systems has four student representatives to bring forward any opinions, concerns, and ideas from their peers regarding their academic or work experience. Scholars should reach out to any representative of their choice to seek support when needed.
Student reps are nominated annually by IMPRS-IS scholars with one of each four reps representing the various IMPRS-IS research sites. One of the four nominated student reps are designated the overall student rep. This representative joins the IMPRS-IS executive board for all board meetings to represent the opinions of the scholars. Here is the current list of representatives.
It’s not unusual to feel sad, anxious or more emotional at times — that’s a normal part of life. However, when your feelings affect your ability to function at home or work or impact your relationships, it can be essential to seek help.
If you're struggling with the loss of close family members, relationship issues, social or financial issues, loneliness, fears of failure, a lack of self-esteem, feelings of guilt, or a depressive disorder, you should think about seeking professional advice. IMPRS-IS community members interested in accessing such resources should refer to the information provided for their workplace.
Ombudspersons offer all our scientists an opportunity to receive confidential advice in cases of conflict related to integrity and good scientific practice. Conversations with the ombudsperson are treated as confidential. MPI-IS Ombudspersons are resources for all IMPRS-IS community members. Our partner universities also have Ombudspersons to represent students and faculty.
MPI-IS GEP Officers ensure that the standard principles of equal opportunities are put into practice. They serve as the first contact person for co-workers in all matters of professional promotion and help to eliminate any discrimination. They are involved in all personnel, organizational and social measures affecting equal opportunities for men and women, balancing of family and gainful employment, and protection against sexual harassment in the workplace. GEP Officers should be contacted regarding matters of sexualized discrimination, harassment, and violence.
If you are an IMPRS-IS community member with severe disabilities and feel discriminated against due to your status, you may contact the Representative for Individuals with Severe Disabilities. Please refer to the resource provided for your workplace.