Quo vadis, PhD student ? Our first training session in the first week of October prepared our fellows to tackle the non-scientific aspects of a PhD project. Under the lead of sciencebirds, we could establish ways to network, ask (and answer) questions such as soft skills training, employers’ expectations, career development plans etc. etc. And it was also a nice occasion to meet among each others (at least virtually, and at least one half of the group).
All (but one) fellows have begun their work! Meet Davide, Yusuf, Shuzhe, Riccardo, Swayangdipat and Laurin! We’ll update the website with their photos and background as soon as everybody has well settled into their new groups, working environments, and has taken the first steps as PhD student! Welcome!
Daniel Bultrini started at the beginning of September under the supervision of Prof. Vendrell at University of Heidelberg. We are happy to have you within the MOQS team, Daniel! More information here!
Our ESR 4, Sven Jandura, began his MOQS-Fellowship this summer at the University of Strasbourg. Welcome, Sven! More info about his project here.
Our fourth ESR has begun his fellowship in the jolly month of May: Welcome to TU Eindhoven! More information here: http://moqs.eu/early-stage-researchers/
We are delighted to welcome Alberto Catalano at the Ruder Boskovic Institute and Florian Mazur at HQS. You’ll find more info here!
We are excited to welcome our first MOQS fellow, Malay Singh at WMI! You will find more information about Malay and his project here. Welcome, Malay!
Our recruitment for the 15 PhD positions is currently underway. If you are still interested in one of the positions – initially open for applications until Dec. 1st 2020 – it is best to inquire with the respective supervisor whether they still accept applications.