Institute Seminars in Radolfzell and Seewiesen

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

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]

Outreach mit MaxCine

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Outreach mit MaxCine

Communicating your research to the public authentically! With the MaxCine team, we will develop individual ways to present our own research clearly and to make the public curious about our work, to raise awareness for science and to include young people in our work. [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]

Selection Symposium

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Selection Symposium 2018

At our annual selection symposium, all shortlisted applicants for the upcoming PhD projects are invited to present their most relevant research in 10 min talks and get to know the IMPRS. Besides the public presentations and a 30 min interview, there also is plenty of time for informal exchanges among applicants, students and faculty during social evening events and site visits to all three locations. [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]

Statistics Module 4: Own Data Workshop

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Statistics Module 4: Own Data Workshop

Guided work on own data. [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]

IMPRS Symposium for Alumni + Early Career Researchers

 
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