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Early-career researchers: What we can do for you

If you are in the early stages of your research career, if you have started recently on an academic post after completing your PhD, if you working on a postdoc project, you get support from us in:

(1) Publishing papers in peer-reviewed journals
(2) Working in interdisciplinary projects
(3) Presenting at international conferences
(4) Applying for academic jobs

(1) Publishing in peer-reviewed journals

Publishing papers in international peer-reviewed journals are important steps to climb up the academic career ladder. Our training "How to publish in peer-reviewed journals" helps you to write papers that get published in journals. More about our publishing trainings Read comments of participants about these trainings

(2) Working in interdisciplinary projects
As Early-career researcher you might be involved in  interdisciplinary research cooperation. Our training "How to conduct interdisciplinary projects" helps you to master the challenge of integrating disciplines.

More about "How to conduct interdisciplinary projects”. Read comments of participants about this training.

(3) Presenting at international conferences
A conference talk is not only an important aspect of communicating research results but also a presentation of yourself that might influence your career. Our training "How to present at international scientific conferences" helps you to make the best possible impression at a conference. More about "How to present at international scientific conferences" Read comments of participants about this training

(4) Applying for academic jobs
If you want to continue your career path in academia and look for new jobs in research, you might need to go through an application and selection process at various institutes. Our training "How to apply for an academic job" helps you to write an application and prepares you for the job interview and negotiation. More about "How to apply for an academic job" Read comments of participants about this training