This event series is designed as a way for our Ph.D. scholars to share their science, exchange ideas, network, and socialize. Transportation is provided, and the event includes free food and drinks! Register to attend here.
IMPRS-IS holds an annual boot camp for scholars. In an effort to make this experience as beneficial and rewarding as possible for our community, we ask that our faculty and scholars join us for an on-site planning session to help design the 2023 boot camp.
Culture Club helps acclimate our international colleagues to life in Germany. It provides a spare for IMPRS-IS Ph.D. scholars to meet new people, discuss intercultural topics, learn helpful tips about navigating life in Germany, and make the most of their time in the Tübingen and Stuttgart area. This edition of Culture Club focuses on the topic of finding local housing.
This workshop helps our researchers to develop writing skills to further their academic career. This training will help familiarize participants with the writing conventions adopted in their particular field and provide them with practical tools to improve their English academic writing skills.
The IMPRS-IS coordination office periodically hosts a series of informational meetings, each focused on a different IMPRS-IS related topic. In spring 2023, we're offering these meetings again.
The IMPRS-IS coordination office periodically hosts a series of informational meetings, each focused on a different IMPRS-IS related topic. In spring 2023, we're offering these meetings again. This session in our series will provide an overview of how to enroll as a Ph.D. student at the University of Stuttgart.
The challenges and obstacles one faces on a daily basis, balancing the responsibilities of work and home life can be stressful. Undue amounts of stress can reduce one’s ability to think clearly, function effectively, and enjoy life. In order to attempt to better manage this stress, IMPRS-IS invite its community to participate in this stress management training.
The IMPRS-IS coordination office hosts an annual series of info sessions each focused on a different program related topic. This session will offer scholars a comprehensive overview of the thesis advisory committee. We highly encourage all scholars who have not yet formed their TAC to attend.
This training is designed to provide scholars with the necessary tools to successful accomplish the final stage of their doctorate. The training will discuss the process of thesis submission and applying to conduct your oral defense at the University of Tübingen.
Writing proper code is not an easy task. It must be structured and follow some standards. In this one-day workshop, participants will be introduced to the general standards for software development.
Your voice is unique and makes you distinctive. Ideally, it matches your personality and accentuates the effect you have on others. This one-day training will help participants to enhance their vocal delivery in order to personify intelligence, expertise, and confidence when speaking.
Starting your doctorate can be challenging! Plus, many IMPRS-IS scholars are relocating to a new city or even country. This event will help new scholars get acclimated by receiving info about IMPRS-IS program requirements, benefits, and resources.
Culture Club is designed to help acclimate international colleagues to our community and get them better acquainted with life in Germany. This edition of culture club will help to guide participants through the steps of getting a driver's license locally.
This week-long workshop is designed to provide our doctoral researchers with techniques for productive thesis writing. Participants learn how to create a clear structure and craft proper subsections while receiving individualized feedback from course trainer Dr. Deborah Bennett.
Rebuttal writing is a key skill to acquire during a Ph.D. Led by IMPRS-IS graduate Robert Geirhos, this training will cover the different aspects that contribute to rebuttal success: preparation, strategy, organization, content, and more.
IMPRS-IS holds an annual boot camp to provide our doctoral researchers with an interactive and immersive learning experience. Our boot camp is filled with scientific talks from our faculty and associated faculty, interactive panel discussions, scientific challenges, social activities, and more.
We are proud of our diverse and international community. As many of our international Ph.D. scholars continue to live and grow in Germany, many may be interested in the possibility of gaining German citizenship. This info session will provide more information about the process.
Principles of good scientific practice can be violated in many ways, from improper application of scientific methods or documenting data, to serious scientific misconduct through deliberate falsification or deceit. This workshop will provide an introduction to these important topics, with subject-specific input from senior IMPRS-IS and CLS researchers.
Led by MPI-IS Postdoctoral Researcher Alona Shagan, this training is designed to provide a few tips aimed at helping Ph.D. students learn to minimize costs and maximize savings during their time in graduate school.
This workshop covers topics surrounding diversity, equity, and inclusion. It will provide attendees information on awareness of bias and prejudice, understanding privilege and allyship, as well as development of goals to foster wellbeing, inclusion, and belonging.
Pizza, salad, beer and more...
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