Promotion and qualification of early career researchers

Young Researchers at TU Darmstadt

We train and educate early career researchers – for the best opportunities and positions.

The promotion of young researchers is a central task of the university.

This task particularly represents the goal of offering young people outstanding development opportunities and providing them with the best that TU Darmstadt has to offer. As a result of their pioneering scientific spirit, they are decisive players in the continuous scientific renewal of the institution. TU Darmstadt offers young scientists and researchers an ideal environment for their qualification phase and thus paves the way for a successful career in science and industry.

The Executive Board of the TU Darmstadt invited all Early Career Researchers as well as all Professors of the TU Darmstadt to the


„Acquiring, promoting, creating momentum“

Early career researchers – the strategy at TU Darmstadt

Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

16:00 bis 19:30 h

Altes Maschinenhaus at TU Darmstadt

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Ingenium – Young researchers at TU Darmstadt

Ingenium – Young Researchers at TU Darmstadt is the umbrella organization for promoting early career researchers at TU Darmstadt.

Ingenium offers doctoral students and postdocs a qualification programme and opportunities for networking as well as support from the “scholarship and support service (STIPET)” coordinated by the DAAD.


Doing a doctorate at TU Darmstadt

General information on completing a doctorate at TU Darmstadt, formal requirements and processes.
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Structured Doctoral Programmes

Graduate Schools and Research Training Groups at TU Darmstadt offer structured programmes for gaining a doctorate.
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Postdoc at TU Darmstadt

Our Career Programmes for postdocs support eyoung researchers after their doctorate.
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Early Career Research Groups

Whether Assistenzprofessur, Tenure Track, Athene Young Investigator, Emmy Noether, Helmholtz or UNICO, TU Darmstadt offers the ideal environment for excellent young researchers.
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