Excellent and interdisciplinary research is the foundation for all doctoral research projects at our graduate school. IGSSE´s extensive training program aims at expanding the scientific and personal perspectives of our doctoral researchers. Our training program specifically promotes
- international exchange
- interdisciplinary competences
- development of scientific networks
- scientific engagement beyond academia
to prepare our members for responsible leadership in both academia and industry.
With five training elements, our program complements the TUM Regulations for the Award of Doctoral Degrees as well as the regulations of the TUM Graduate School and the doctoral researcher´s respective department. All elements have to be accomplished before submitting the doctoral thesis. There are recommendations for a timeline but doctoral researchers are free to schedule their qualification program individually.
Individually arranged research stay at a foreign university or research institute.
A 3-months-stay is needed to complete the qualification program. Get more information on the process and acknowledgement here.
Half-day training on efficient scientific teamwork and communication strategies. Counts towards the individual qualification program of doctoral researchers but has to be attended with the IGSSE Project Team (all doctoral researchers and project team leader).
1 participation is needed to complete the qualification program. Get all details and next dates here.
Concise seminar dedicated to interdisciplinary, international and intersectoral impulses.
1 participation is needed to complete the qualification program, more participations possible. Get all details and dates here.
Research presentation to an audience other than the scientific community. Options range from participation at an Open House Day, YouTube video at the TUM channel, or blog activities. Acknwoledgement in cooperation with IGSSE management.
1 project activity is needed to complete the qualification program, more activities possible. Get more examples here.