Doctoral School NAWI Graz

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Since 2006, PhD candidates in Chemistry are trained within the framework of NAWI Graz. This was realised by establishing individual Doctoral Schools at both universities that cooperate very closely based on common statutes.

Compliance with the Salzburg Principles (e.g. considering doctoral students as early stage researchers, concluding training agreements) guarantees high quality standards. Moreover, as the PhD candidates are directly integrated in actual research projects, their work is subject to quality assurance criteria of the respective funding agency.

Every NAWI Graz PhD candidate is member of either the Doctoral School Chemistry at University of Graz or the Doctoral School Chemistry at TU Graz.

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DocDays Chemistry

 

DocDays are mini-congresses held annually by the doctoral schools chemistry of the University of Graz and TU Graz. PhD candidates of both universities meet with their supervisors in order to present and discuss their latest work. In addition, renowned researchers and representatives from the industry provide insight into current trends and aspects of chemistry.

 

Announcement Docdays Chemie 2020

- Date: 15-16. April 2020
- Location: Uni Graz / Universitätsplatz 1, 8010 Graz
- Organising Committee:

  •   Luca Schmermund (Uni Graz)
  •   Mattia Lazzarotto (Uni Graz)
  •   Freskida Goni (TU Graz)
  •   Gernot Weinberger (TU Graz)

 

 

 DocDays Chemistry 2019: cf here

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Heads of the Doctoral Schools:

Prof. Michaela Flock
Head of Doctoral School Chemistry at TU Graz

Prof. Wolfgang Kroutil
Head of Doctoral School Chemistry at Uni Graz

Links to the programmes' curricula

Provide here are courtesy English translations. Please note that only the German version is legally binding.

Further important links

Common statute of the Doctoral Schools Chemistry (German only:) LINK

Doctoral School Chemistry at TU Graz: LINK

Doctoral School Chemistry at University of Graz: LINK

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