Postdoc in Germany: Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay 2022
Nov 24, 00:00-
Dec 02, 23:59(UTC-03:00) America/Sao_Paulo
Part 1: Online Workshop on November 24 (zoom webinar)
Part 2: Hints & Tips Session on November 28 (zoom webinar)
Part 3: Matchmaking on November 28 – December 02 (universities-in-germany.org platform)
The Liaison Office São Paulo of Freie Universität Berlin, the Liaison Office for Latin America of Technical University of Munich, the Brazil Center of the University of Münster, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, the University of Potsdam, Heidelberg University and Technische Universität Berlin cordially invite prospective post-doctoral researchers to this Opportunities Online-Workshop for the countries Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay.
Book your individual one-on-one video call with representatives of German universities and institutions for the week following the workshop (Nov 28 – Dec 2).
Part 1: Online Workshop, November 24, 2022 (ZOOM Webinar)
Learn everything you need to know about how to do a postdoc at these excellent German universities and the financing opportunities in Germany. You will get the ZOOM-link two days before the event, you will be automatically registered for the Webinar.
10:00 AM (São Paulo, Buenos Aires) | Welcome & Opening Remarks
- Welcome & Moderation: Sören Metz, Technical University of Munich
- Doing your postdoc in Germany – an Introduction: Christiane Wüllner, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
10:15 AM (São Paulo, Buenos Aires) | Opportunities & Funding | Lectures
- German Research Foundation (DFG): Christina Peters
- Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (AvH): Marcelo de Araujo (Ambassador Scientist Brazil)
- German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD): Miguel Flores, DAAD Regional Office Rio de Janeiro
- EURAXESS: Charlotte Grawitz (video)
10:45 AM (São Paulo, Buenos Aires) | Funding Q&A
- with DFG, AvH, EURAXESS and DAAD
11:00 AM (São Paulo, Buenos Aires) | Universities – Opportunities & Funding | Lectures
Postdoc opportunities at:
- Freie Universität Berlin (FU Berlin): Christian Lazar
- Heidelberg University: Inés Recio
- Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB): Jörn Benzinger
- Technische Universität Berlin (TU Berlin): Jan an Haack
- Technical University of Munich (TUM): Tiffany Paulisch
- University of Münster (WWU): Laura Redondo
- University of Potsdam (UP): Liliana Mayer
11:30 AM (São Paulo, Buenos Aires) | How to get started. Ask your peers!
Personal and academic requirements, where to look for calls and job offers, first contact with a potential host, and much more! Discuss with alumni from the region and all representatives from the German universities and funding agencies, moderated by Laura Redondo (University of Münster)
12:00 PM (São Paulo, Buenos Aires) | Wrap-Up
- Matchmaking How-to, Closing Remarks, Summary and Wrap Up
12:30 PM (São Paulo, Buenos Aires) | End of Part 1
Part 2: Hints & Tips Session (ZOOM Webinar)
November 28: 09-10 AM (São Paulo, Buenos Aires)
Exclusively for all registered participants in the matchmakings, Christiane Wüllner & Ursula Justus (RUB Research School) will offer a Hints and Tips session. You will get the ZOOM-link two days before the event, you will be automatically registered for the Webinar.
We will provide general tips and thoughts about acquiring third-party money and highlight the importance of a strategic planning. We will also elaborate on the typical do’s and don’ts when it comes to starting a collaboration with German researchers. We are looking forward to hosting you and will provide plenty of time to discuss your questions and comments. Moderated by Jörn Benzinger, RUB Research School. Your hosts: Christiane Wüllner & Ursula Justus, RUB Research School
Part 3: Matchmakings (universities-in-germany.org Platform)
November 28 to December 02
Please book your individual meetings with the representatives of the universities and funding agencies directly by accessing the members or the Opportunities section and click on the person or institution you would like to talk to and “request a meeting” – a time schedule of this person will appear and then just choose the time and the meeting request will be sent to the person. Make sure to check the individual schedules early, as they might differ.