Upcoming Events

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

from Mar 29, 2017 13:00 to Dec 20, 2017 18:00

Further information on upcoming events

Institute Seminars in Radolfzell and Seewiesen

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Contact

Dr. Mäggi Hieber Ruiz
Dr. Mäggi Hieber Ruiz
IMPRS Coordinator
Phone: +49 7531 88-4916
Fax: +49 7531 88-4917
Evi Fricke
Evi Fricke
Technical Assistant
Phone: +49 7531 88-4790

About IMPRS Events

All seminars, symposia, and workshops organized by the IMPRS for Organismal Biology are free of any charges for IMPRS fellows. Please, register latest 2 weeks in advance via email.

Upcoming IMPRS Events

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Writing lab for Doctoral Candidates

Being a scientist means one must have many skills and talents, writing papers is one of the most important ones. It’s the currency into which we turn our research and also the most important means for the community to judge us by. The weekly Writing Lab offers interested IMPRS doctoral candidates the opportunity to write on their manuscript / grant etc., discuss any problems and doubts with their peer or simply feel motivated by the writing atmosphere! Every Wednesday afternoon, 1-6 pm, in Z816! [more]

Grand Challenges Symposium

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Grand Challenges on “Reconciling theoretical models with real-world data” Symposium

Our annual Grand Challenges Symposia focus each year on a specific area of interest in the wide range of topics from animal behavior, ecology, and evolution to physiology and neuro­biology, suggested by the PhD candidates of our IMPRS. The symposia consist of a series of talks by guest speakers, faculty and students of our program and represent the inaugural event for the latest student cohort. [more]

Scientists need more

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SCIENTISTS NEED MORE! – Getting Started

This 3-day workshops is obligatory for the new phD students and offers a first overview on how to get started. AIM - The development of scientific competence of researchers at Max Planck institutes is a major goal. Ph.D. students improve their communication with the supervisor and colleagues, develop professional skills in team working, networking, planning and project management and know how to use feedback in order to deliver a successful performance. This will enhance their overall effectiveness as they pursue their research studies and maximize success of their future careers. METHOD - Participants will experience interactive lectures, moderated discussions and perform activities to learn from first-hand experience. We will safely move them outside their “comfort zone” to the “learning zone” (Gerald Hüther) to enhance acquisition of novel skills. The experienced challenges are discussed in carefully moderated and focused review sessions, using peer-to-peer feedback as a powerful tool. [more]

Grant Proposals Writing

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Grant Proposal Writing - How to design and communicate your project convincingly

Successful grant proposal writing is a fundamental basis to fund a career in research. There are plenty of national and international funding programmes with different funding schemes. Each scheme has its individual context and thematic focus, eligibility and funding rules, submission and evaluation process, and evaluation criteria. Thus, the detailed features and aspects of a successful proposal in one funding scheme are naturally differing from those of a successful proposal in another funding scheme. However, the process of how to work out these details is a common denominator to the different funding schemes. It requires skills way beyond the ability to work out a research idea in detail.The overall proposal writing starts with the generation of a new research idea and the identification of an appropriate funding scheme. This requires knowledge on funding programmes and their scientific, political or societal background. Here, documents and professionals from contact points and funding authorities may be of much help.For an excellent grant proposal, it is necessary to match the research idea with the evaluators’ view on what is wanted by the funding scheme and what is considered fit for funding. This usually requires work on the details of the idea and the specific research context.After this has been concluded, the work on the actual project and proposal can be started. A concept has to be developed, ideas, workplan and the approach have to be visualised, the budget needs to be planned and the overall proposal has to be structured and formulated. If other project partners or institutions are involved, the submission of documents has to be coordinated.Therefore, the objective of this workshop is, that students obtain an overview on funding opportunities, understand the core aspects of winning grants and know how to adapt the proposal writing process to their funding scheme of choice.Depending on the duration of the training, exercises are focused on different process steps and required skills. [more]

Writing of Research Statements

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Writing of Research Statements

Applying for a position in research requires not only a CV, a letter of motivation, a list of publications and references but also a research statement. They are targeted to the job advertisement and the mission of the research group and its hosting research organisation:First, we will understand the function of the different parts of an application to a research position such as letter of motivation, CV, research statement and references. Participants are asked to bring a job application, so that they can receive a targeted feedback during the second day of the workshop.We will then define the different core elements of a research agenda, their objectives in the context of the job application and the key elements they should cover.Participants will then write their own research statement. Based on these examples we will look into approaches for a targeted motivation of the research agenda, the targeted communication of the background and current research as well as a convincing set-up of the research agenda.Depending on time and interests of the participants, we will use the Researcher Development Framework by Vitae UK to investigate into skills and competencies. Based on these a strategy will be developed to convincingly justify the principal investigator’s expertise. [more]

Scientific Writing for Advanced Students

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Scientific Writing for Advanced Students

Being a scientist means one must have many skills and talents – intimidatingly so sometimes. And writing papers is one of the most important ones. It’s the currency into which we turn our research and also the most important means for the community to judge us by. Luckily, like most aspects of science it’s a skill that we can improve and this course will help you with this. [more]

Conference Presentation: Engaging the Listener in Your Talk

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Conference Presentation: Engaging the Listener in Your Talk

This activity-based workshop led by theatre professionals provides participants the opportunity to perfect their public-speaking skills, to improve non-verbal communication and the ability to listen and react generously. Participants are required to prepare a three to five minute overview of their work incorporating also the use of a slide, providing a basis for applying the practical aims of the workshop, which are to communicate the importance and relevance of the work and the core message in the talk. [more]

Conference Presentation II: Refresher Course

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Conference Presentation II: Refresher Course

This workshop targets PhD students and Post-doctoral fellows who have taken Conference Presentation part I, and who wish to further improve their presentation skills and focus in particular on the context of conferences. [more]

Statistics Module 2: Linear Models and Linear Mixed Models with R

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Statistics Module 2: Linear Models and Linear Mixed Models with R

Linear models (LM) and linear mixed models (LME): Linear Regression, multiple Regression, ANOVA, ANCOVA, model selection (group work), linear mixed models, work on own data [more]

Statistics Module 3: Generalised linear models and generalised linear mixed models

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Statistics Module 3: Generalised linear models and generalised linear mixed models

Generalised linear models and generalised linear mixed models: Binomial model, Poission model, GLMM and work on own data [more]

Statistics Module 4: Own Data Workshop

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Statistics Module 4: Own Data Workshop

Guided work on own data. [more]

Introduction in Scientific Writing

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Introduction in Scientific Writing

This two-day workshop enables life scientists to to write clearly and with impact!The participants learn how to construct a “take-home” message that tells the story of their research, choose words that communicate their science clearly, and structure their paper into a flowing narrative. [more]

Getting Published & Understanding Peer Review

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Getting Published & Understanding Peer Review

Learning to write and respond to reviewers' comments are vital skills for early-career researchers to master if they wish to become established scientists. However, these skills are often neglected, forcing researchers to learn them by trial and error. By learning to address reviewers' comments, young researchers not only increase their chances of getting their work published but also learn to think critically about their own research. Equally, by becoming better reviewers, researchers can raise their profiles with journal editors. Becoming an invited reviewer for a prestigious journal is an opportunity for researchers to enhance their academic reputation and improve their career prospects. [more]

 
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