PhD-students in Denmark from all universities and fields of study are invited to a one-day seminar about career planning and the transition from PhD to postdoc.
The seminar is organized by the Det Unge Akademi (The Young Academy) who would like to share our experience as junior researchers with PhD-students in an interdiscipli-nary forum. It is our impression that many PhD-students can benefit from events orga-nized outside of their PhD-schools that focus on career advice across different disci-plines.
Transition from ph.d. to postdoc
– career planning, strategies or coincidences?
Wednesday May 25th 2016 at 9.00-16:30
Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (iNANO), the iNANO House Gustav Wieds Vej 14, Aarhus University, DK-8000 Aarhus C
At the seminar, a number of prominent people from research foundations and the research councils along with faculty leaders will discuss the prioritization of postdoc funding and career opportunities as a postdoc either in Denmark or abroad. Furthermore, several junior researchers will share their own experiences with their transition from PhD to postdoc and their corresponding thoughts about career planning and opportunities.
About Det Unge Akademi (The Young Academy)
Det Unge Akademi (The Young Academy) is an independent unit within The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters. It was initiated in 2011 as a new scientific forum for young, talented researchers in Denmark. It is operates across scientific fields and is concerned with research politics, communication of research to a broad audience, and interdisciplinary collaboration.
Participation is free but registration is required. The maximum number of participants is 150 on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration is open from March 15th
to April 25th
Registration has closed - the event is oversubscribed