In Germany

Max Planck PhDnetMax Planck PhDnet Current spokesperson: Daniel Kalthoff (Daniel.Kalthoff -youknowwhat-, Ph.D. student at the Max Planck Institute for Neurological Research, Köln. The steering committee further consists of Veronika Bierbaum, Stephan Klatt and Alexander Jehlin. The PhDnet organizes interdisciplinary workshops and conferences, supports students through professional skills seminars and gives all Ph.D. students a voice towards the Max Planck Society’s Administrative Headquarters to discuss problems and solutions.

Helmholtz JuniorsHelmholtz-Juniors Current spokespersons: Connie Walther (connie.walther -youknowwhat- und Christoph Schlude (c.schlude -youknowwhat-

THESIS e.V.Thesis e.V. Bundesvorsitzender: Norman Weiss (vorsitz -youknowwhat-

GEW Projektgruppe DoktorandInnen

The Leibniz Society does not yet have a society-wide student representation. At individual institutes there are however active student representatives who can be contacted for questions regarding the Leibniz Society. These are currently Katharina Koschek (koschek –
youknowwhat- and Gesa Schäfer (schaefer -youknowwhat-


Other networks


One Response to Networking

  1. All PhD students working in Saxony-Anhalt (e.g. Halle, Magdeburg) are welcome to join our lokal network.
    In addition to the big unions we have frequent meeting with people from the minstry of culture and professors to disuss Saxony-Anhalt specific problems. The website is in German but we all speak English fluently and are happy to discuss any problems related to your PhD project.
    More information are available at our blog. please register!

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