Networking is the most effective career building method! It works by developing relationships and talking with people who can support you to explore career options and goals. Studies show that 70% to 90% of satisfying positions inside and outside of academia are found through proper self-promotion and networking.
In order to be able to operate successfully, good contacts are often helpful both to the people you are helping, as well as to relevant PIs, collaborators and colleagues. This network of grown relationships offers professional support, advice and information in your daily work.
The right internal and external network contacts and collaborations can facilitate work processes, additionally, by encouraging and motivating you. In short: a functioning and vital network can increase joy and satisfaction at your job.
We are happy to invite you to our next Career Impulse Session titled “Data Science in Industry and Consulting” with Dr. Nico Geisel.
Harvard Business Review called Data Scientist “the sexiest job of the 21st century”, and in in particular it has also become a very attractive career path for graduates of physics, mathematics and similar. What is it like to work as a Data Scientist? Which career options exist for graduates and PhDs, and which professional profiles are sought after?
Nico Geisel will give answers to these questions, based on his experience working as a Principal and Lead Data Scientist at The Boston Consulting Group. Time will be given for further questions.
This workshop is building on the “Fundamentals of Project Management Course” and is aiming at postdoctoral researchers with existing PM skills who would like to learn how to plan and manage projects with multipe team members, conduct risk assessements and make decisions on continuting (or not) projects.
This workshop helps postdoctoral scientists and late-stage PhD students considering to apply for research funding to improve their grant writing skills, learn how to structure and write a successful grant application and how to choose the right funding call.
This workshop provides a comprehensive introduction to project management. It is aimed at postdoctoral researchers who would like to add project management to their skillset und apply the principles to their own research.