RTG
Lectures and Workshops

SPECIAL LECTURES AND WORKSHOPS

Special Lectures and Courses

2015    
ept. 24 Dr. Marta Marcos, UIB Understanding sea level changes and their relationship with climate
Dec. 16 Prof. Franck Pereira dos Santos, LNE-SYRTE Cold Atom Interferometer gravity gradiometers for space
2016
April 14 Prof. Eelco Doornbos,  TU DelftUsing CHAMP, GRACE and GOCE for aeronomy applications
June 21

Prof. Christopher Jekeli, The Ohio State U

Boundary-value problems and the shape of the Earth
June 22 Prof. Christopher Jekeli, The Ohio State U Least-squares collocation and the operational approach
June 24 Prof. Roland Pail, TU München Science requirement for next generation gravity mission
Sept. 28 Dr. Marta Marcos, UIB Measuring and interpreting sea level changes
Sept. 28 Prof. Damià Gomis, UIB Regional climate change scenarios for sea level
2017                                 
April 20 Dr. Henryk Dobslaw, GFZ Monitoring of mass ee-distribution in the Earth with space gravimetry
Sept. 21 Dr. Marta Marcos, UIB Space gravity observations for ocean climate studies 
Sept. 22Dr. Gabriel Jordà, UIB Regional climate change scenarios for sea level

TRANSFERABLE SKILLS

In addition to workshops and seminars designed by our RTG, we make use of the resources offered by the Graduate Academy of LUH, International office of LUH, or resources developed by other institutes. Below you will find the list of workshops and seminars offered since 2015.

2015 
Oct. 2015-Dec.2017 Online Good Scientific Practice. The online tutorial on GSP developed by GRADE.
Oct. 8 Tag der Promovierenden. Topics range from digital open access publication, collaborative writing and data management solution offered by LUH
Oct. 23-24 Research in international teams. This interactive workshop focuses on laying a foundation for more effective communication in intercultural settings.
Oct. 23-24 Good Scientific Practice. The course follows the DFG policy. The course is offered in German and English (alternating).
Nov. 12-13 Presentation Skills. The workshop aims to improve the skills of participants in giving scientific presentations in English and taking part in professional discussions following their own talks.
Oct. 26 - Dec. 27 Gravity. Online course to learn gravity, explore gravitational waves, black holes and the Big Bang.
2016                                     
Jan. 7-8 Scientific Presenting. This workshop uses a mix of practical exercises, discussion and video feedback to help students strengthen their authentic professional voice and support them to get their message across with confidence and clarity.
Jan. 19-20 Communication Skills for Career Development. This training has self-promoting for scientists in focus. Participants will develop a precise idea of their own personal strength and abilities.
Feb. 11-12 Scientific Writing. The workshop gives students the confidence to begin publishing in the increasingly competitive world of science. Exercise is assigned beforehand, and feedback will be obtained and discussed in one-to-one sessions during the workshop.
March 7-8 Good Scientific Practice. The course follows the DFG policy. The course is offered in German and English (alternating).
April 6-7 Written Application in Germany. The workshop is tailored for the needs of international students, and provides the foundation and strategies for a written application for a job in Germany and information about online applications.
April 22-23 Research in international teams. This interactive workshop focuses on laying a foundation for more effective communication in intercultural settings.
Nov. 6-7 Project Management. The goal is that participants gain a insight into the basic ways and means of efficiently running projects systematically structured.
2017     
Jan. 16-17 Presentation Skills. The workshop aims to improve the skills of participants in giving scientific presentations in English and taking part in professional discussions following their own talks.
July 14-Dec. 13 Leading for Tomorrow. The DPG Leadership Programme for physicists for the training of (future) executives.
Oct. 2017-Sept. 2018 Promotion plus+ qualifiziert (PhD and beyond). The two semester programme conveys management and key competencies in parallel to participants’ research and helps to identify career prospects outside academia. The programme is subject to an ongoing process of adjustment and has always been carried out with the participation of trainers from the business sector of Hannover city and region.
Nov. 21-22 Scientific Writing. The workshop is designed to give students the confidence to begin publishing in the increasingly competitive world of science. Exercise is assigned beforehand and feedback will be obtained, and discussed in one-to-one sessions during the workshop.
Dec. 14-15 Scientific Presenting. This workshop uses a mix of practical exercises, discussion and video feedback to help students strengthen their authentic professional voice and support them to get their message across with confidence and clarity.