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News | Oct. 15, 2021

AlumNode in 3 minutes: Find out about your opportunities on the platform!

"Scientists, researchers and experts from different disciplines see the world differently." We are excited to announce the release of the new AlumNode image film, a vivid description about your alumni platform!  Read more...
News | Oct. 14, 2021

Free webinar and survey: From Acadamica to Business

One issue we often hear about from you is the challenge of transitioning from academia to the business sector. Have you transitioned from academia to industry? Or do you plan on doing so? Please share your opinion with us in a short survey and join our free webinar on November 9!  Read more...
News | Oct. 9, 2021

Alumni Project Event: Register for the open symposium now!

"Prediction, Death & Memory: Numbers - Spaces - Text" is a joint project by Sibylle and Makrina from the AlumNode Community. Join the interdisciplinary symposium to discuss how we perceive, construct and represent death and memory in our daily lives.  Read more...
News | Oct. 8, 2021

Alumni Project: Workshop "PDEs in Many Body Systems"

Two AlumNode community members, Julia Belyaeva & Michal Jex, are holding a three-day online workshop from November 8 to November 10, 2021. They are happy to invite young researchers in nonlinear and kinetic equations, quantum mechanics, analytical and numerical methods for many body systems to take part in the workshop. Please Join!  Read more...
News | Oct. 5, 2021

KlarText Award for Science Communication 2021

The Klaus Tschira Stiftung is awarding the KlarText Award for Science Communication 2021 to honor six German-speaking doctoral graduates who are able to explain their doctoral dissertation to a non-scientific audience in an understandable and descriptive article - so to speak in a clear (in German "klar") way of writing. Please note: The following article is written in German.  Read more...
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