Until 15 August 2019 you can apply for a Oskar-Karl-Forster Grant to cover the costs of publishing your dissertation.
To apply, fill out this form (link) and send it to Referat L4 (address below).
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Zulassung und Stipendien (Zimmer 00.033)
Halbmondstraße 6 – 8
Tel. 09131 85-24087
Did you hear about the Fridays for Future-movement organized by pupils all over Europe? Do you as a young scientist also want to get involved?
Then take the opportunity and join the mail distributor of the Erlangen regional group of the Scientists for Future-movement:
Prof. Hundhausen from the Faculty of Engineering, who initiated the group, is planning a first symposium in autumn in the Erlanger Schloss – also with your contributions!
You are also welcome to „only“ keep up to date with the mail distributor.
The Doctoral Candidates‘ Representatives expressly support the concerns of the Scientists for Future-movement and also the constitution of the Erlangen regional group. Now, it’s your turn!
Ihr fühlt euch den Schülern, die sich bei den Fridays for Future engagieren, verbunden? Ihr seid junge Wissenschaftler*innen, die sich im Rahmen ihrer Promotion (oder sonstiger wissenschaftlicher Arbeit) oder privat mit dem Thema Klimaschutz beschäftigen? Ihr habt Lust euer Fachwissen interdisziplinär zu teilen und gemeinsam mit anderen über Klimaschutz innerhalb und außerhalb der Universität nachzudenken?
Dann nutzt die Gelegenheit und tretet dem Verteiler der Erlanger Regionalgruppe von Scientists for Future unter folgender Adresse bei:
Prof. Hundhausen von der Technischen Fakultät, der die Gruppe initiiert hat, plant im Herbst im Erlanger Schloss ein erstes Symposium – auch mit Euren Beiträgen!
Gerne könnt Ihr euch über den Verteiler auch einfach so in Bezug auf Scientists for Future auf dem Laufenden halten.
Der Promovierendenkonvent unterstützt die Anliegen der Scientists for Future ausdrücklich und begrüßt, dass eine solche Regionalgruppe an unserer Universität aktiv ist. Nun seid Ihr gefragt!
A new call for applications for the young researchers‘ programme Emerging Talents Initiative (ETI) has just started – the deadline is 11th September 2019. The programme offers excellent young FAU researchers support to apply to an external funding provider within the funding period (12 months), for example the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) or the European Research Council (ERC). The maximum amount of funding is 15,000 euros. Within this budget, postdoctoral researchers may apply for any measures required to prepare their application for third-party funding, such as staff costs, consumables or travel expenses. Additionally, the programme includes courses of the Graduate Centre (e.g. on applying for third-party funding), a network of young researchers and advice from an experienced mentor.
The programme targets postdoctoral researchers at the beginning of their career whose experience and research profile show potential for a career in research. “Emerging talents” can apply up to six years after completing their doctoral degree. Applicants should neither have completed their habilitation nor their intermediary evaluation for junior professorship. During the ETI funding period they must be employed at FAU. We particularly welcome applications from female researchers and “first-time applicants”. Young researchers from the Faculty of Medicine are not eligible to apply as the Faculty offers its own corresponding programmes (e.g. ELAN/IZKF-first-time applicant programme).
All information and application documents can be found on the ETI homepage. Please contact F 3 with any questions (contact: Dr. Anne Buhmann, 09131-85-26344).
On 7th of July we invite you to cycle between various sites of our FAU to demonstrate the worrying situation of buildings at all our faculties. Our aim is to raise public awareness about the worrisome situation. If you are motivated for a long cycling tour, you can meet in Nuremberg, Campus Regensburger Straße at 3:30 pm, departure by bike at 4:15 pm. Alternatively, you can join at WiSo (Lange Gasse 20) at 4:30 pm or 6:00 pm at TechFak near Tentoria. There will be a break with drinks, snacks and live music. At 7:00 pm we will continue to PhilFak (Amphitheater), where we will find a wall for graffiti. Our last destination will be the Schloss Erlangen.
Secondly, if you want to contribute directly, there is a bank account for donations to install electrical power plugs in our central library and update our computer rooms. Bank transfers to Bayerische Landesbank München, IBAN: DE66 7005 0000 0301 2792 80, BIC: BYLADEMMXXX, reason for transfer: 0002.0175.5190.
Thank you to all doctoral candidates who participated in the elections. We are excited about the rising participation of voters. The results can be found here.
It’s time for another Brown Bag Break at FAU! A great opportunity for networking beyond your current research project, to get in touch with young researchers from other disciplines and to share ideas.
This time it is once more up to the Faculty of Sciences to host the event. The key part will be a presentation by Dr. Luca Caracciolo (Chair for Geology) about his career in Science and Industry: „From Academia to Industry and back”.
When: Wednesday, 19 June 2019, 5 p.m. (17 Uhr)
Where: H2, Egerlandstraße 3, 91058 Erlangen
Register for this event by writing an email to Patrik Stoer (firstname.lastname@example.org). You are also welcome to join without having registered in advance, but registering helps the organizers to provide brown bags with tasty snacks as well as non-alcoholic drinks and beer for every participant.
All further information can be found here.
In Mai and June are the elections at our FAU. Students, employees, professors and doctoral candidates elect their representatives. Since we are your current elected doctoral candidates’ representatives, we wish to answer all your questions about how our universities‘ democracy works and how we all can participate. An overview about us is given here. For detailed information about our tasks, projects, committees, commissions, etc. contact us via mail or ask us directly at our Get-Together in the pub Pleitegeier (Hauptstraße 100, 91054 Erlangen), starting at 7 p.m. We are looking forward to discuss with you about your life at FAU in order to contribute to a supporting and pleasant environment for your reasearch.
P.S. Sorry for the mistake in our mail, the get-together is on Tuesday, 30th of April, not Wednesday!
We warmly invite you to a get-together evening of all graduate students of the FAU on Thursday, 28th of March 07:00 PM in the pub Palais Schaumburg (Kernstr. 46, 90429 Nürnberg). We hope to see you there! No registration needed. If you have any questions about the event or your doctorate, we are looking forward to help you.
The next get-together with information about the upcoming university elections and how you can become part of the next doctoral candidates’ representatives (see also About Us) is planned for April 30 in Erlangen. Save the date!
We warmly invite you to a Get Together evening of all graduate students of the FAU on Monday, 11th of February 07:30 PM in the pub StarClub (Stubenlohstraße 25, 91052 Erlangen). It’s a good opportunity to meet fellow doctoral candidates from other disciplines and most importantly spend a wonderful evening. No registration needed.
If you have any questions concerning the Get Together or about your doctoral process in general, we are looking forward to help you. In case you have ideas or wishes for additional PhD Get Togethers we are looking forward to hear from you or just drop an e-mail directly with email@example.com.
Doctoral Candidates at the FAU can enrol as students. This costs semester fees of 116 Euros, but we benefit from discounts in the universities canteens or the Semesterticket, for instance. More information about how to enrol, can be found here.
The re-registration starts on 1. of February, so don’t forget to transfer this sum in time, if you want to stay enrolled. Usually the enrolment for doctoral candidates is limited to 6 terms. However, if there any problems or if you reach the 6 semester limit, free to contact us – we will help you.