Doctoral student seminars offer a platform for EVEREST students to discuss their projects, scientific approaches and career plans in an informal atmosphere. Students take turns in hosting the seminar, offering hands-on practical insights or 'behind-the-scences' tours to core facilities and collections to let their fellow students delve into their scientific methods, challenges of field or lab work, or perspectives for data analysis.
The seminar concludes with joint snacks and drinks..
Host take care that the attendance sheet is signed by all participants and soon submitted to the EVEREST coordinators.
|Jan||Thu, 7th||17:00||William Snyder||Zoom||Stone Tools and Language|
|Jan||Wed, 27th||17:00||Prof. Dr. Nico Michiels||Zoom||Time Management|
|Feb||Tue, 16th||15:00||Prof. Dr. Katerina Harvati||Zoom||Career Planning |
(open to master students)
|March||Tue, 2nd||11:30||Dr. Sarah Müller||Online||Doctoral procedures faculty of science |
(Registration through ILIAS until 01.03.)
|March||Tue, 9th||16:00||Dr. Nils Anthes||Zoom||Publishing|
|March||Wed, 24th||17:00||Tobias Massonne||Zoom||Morphological scoring and its pitfalls|
|April||Thu, 15th||16:00||Prof. Hervé Bocherens||Zoom||Mental health/ general issues due to Corona|
|April||Tue, 27th||16:00||Diana Marcazzan||Zoom||Fire in a paleolithic cave: a geoarchaeological point of view|