Junges Wissenschaftsforum Dahlem
Junges Wissenschaftsforum Dahlem acts as a platform for the development and exchange of ideas. It is aimed at junior researchers at Freie Universität Berlin who are already doing independent research and their non-university partners in Berlin and Brandenburg.
The forum promotes networking among junior professors, heads of junior research groups, research associates, postdocs, and advanced doctoral candidates by offering them opportunities to look beyond the boundaries of their respective disciplines, participate in shared activities, and develop research ideas together.
The diversity and density of research institutions in Berlin’s Dahlem district make the forum the ideal point of departure for stimulating discussions among colleagues. Here, junior researchers can present original research ideas and build lasting relationships.
The forum is managed by the Center for Research Strategy (CRS) at Freie Universität. It includes a series of discussions on current topics relevant to junior researchers as well as informational events on specific options for support and advising.
- Insights into International Research and Career Systems (summer term 2018)
- Research under Pressure – Responses and Responsibilities (summer term 2017)
- Mama│Papa cum laude. On Children and Career in Research (winter term 2016/17)
- New Perspectives on Knowledge Transfer in the Humanities and Social Sciences (summer term 2016)
- Academic Start-ups (summer term 2016)
- Research for Sustainability (winter term 2015/16)
- Internationalizing Research: Strategies, Structures, and Support (SoSe 2015)
- Successfully Conducting Research with ERC Grants (summer term 2015)
- Universities and Non-university Research Institutes.Cooperation and Career Paths at the Dahlem Research Campus (winter term 2014/15)
- Shaping Academic Cooperation (winter term 2014/15)
- New Media and Research (summer term 2014)
- Teaching in the digital age (summer term 2014)
- Junior Research Groups (winter term 2013/14)
- Networking as a career strategy? (winter term 2013/14)