Young Scientists Support: BiK-F research exchange program.
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Next BiK-F Young Scientists meeting: probably in December, venue: Senckenberg-Museum, Frankfurt.
For information concerning the BiK-F Young Scientists (mostly Ph.D. students) please contact Aljoscha Kreß (project area C), Christina Hintze (project area B) or Verena Kutschera (project area D). They are closely cooperating with the Senckenberg Young Scientists.
BiK-Net (temporarily suspended)
Support of young scientists is an important aim of the ‘Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre’ (BiK-F). To this purpose, BiK-F promotes scientific exchange programs between various research groups nationwide, as well as internationally. BiK‐F offers short-term exchange support (up to 3 months) for:
i) junior BiK‐F researchers wishing to deepen their expertise within national/international institutions (BiK‐Net: Outgoing)
ii) junior national/international external researchers wishing to conduct their research at BiK‐F (BiK‐Net: Incoming)
More information: Click here.
All BiK-F PhD-students are invited to apply for acceptance in GRADE - the Goethe Graduate Academy for Life and Natural Sciences. In the near future, there will be a meeting to inform interested PhD-students about syllabus content and additional offerings of the graduate school. This meeting can also be used to sound of specific requirements.
More information: http://www.grade.uni-frankfurt.de/
Finally, the program “Young scientists in focus” may also be interesting for BiK-F PhD-students of the Goethe-University and up-and-coming young scientists who are integrated in working groups of the University: click here to download