What distinguishes Ingenium is the broad acceptance of our offers within the university – both by the departments and by our early career researchers.
TU Darmstadt pursues a consistent concept in the promotion of early career researchers, structured along the three qualification phases – doctoral phase (R1), postdoctoral phase (R2), qualification phase for a professorship (R3). In all qualification phases, the University aims to create optimum framework conditions and offer an outstanding environment in which young researchers can develop their potential to the best of their ability.
To achieve its goals in the promotion of early career researchers, TU Darmstadt has established a twofold support structure:
- On a University-wide level, the umbrella organisation „Ingenium – Young Researchers at TU Darmstadt“ promotes University-wide standards in the doctoral and postdoctoral phases and offers services and information with regard to plural career options. All departments and structured doctorate programmes (e.g. graduate schools and research training groups) are open to voluntary membership.
- On a professional level, the departments and structured doctorate programmes organised in Ingenium promote early career researchers under binding and reliable conditions and support career development.
You can find detailed information on Ingenium's range of services and membership in the university-wide “Guidelines on the Promotion of Early Career Researchers by Ingenium – Young Researchers at TU Darmstadt.”
Offers for Doctoral Candidates
An innovative and excellent research environment: Ingenium supports doctoral students in their individual career planning and development through targeted and tailor-made support.
Offers for Postdocs
In order to promote postdocs in the best possible way, TU Darmstadt has set up career programmes that meet the challenges at the beginning of a career.
Ingenium promotes early career researchers in the doctoral phase (R1 according to EU terminology) and in the postdoctoral phase (R2). With Ingenium, early career researchers receive independent contact persons outside their own subject area, who are available for general information and advice.
|Dr. Bettina Wagner||Managing Director Ingenium|
+49 6151 16-57217
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|Heike Beeres||Administration Ingenium Qualification Programme|
+49 6151 16-57234
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|Regina Hack||Coordination Ingenium Qualification Programme, Graduate Schools|
+49 6151 16-57250
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|Dr. Angela Müller||Counselling, Networking|
+49 6151 16-57222
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|Barbara Solbach||Administration Postdoc Career Programmes|
+49 6151 16-57118
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|Dr. Nina Straub||Coordination of Cooperative Doctoral Platforms|
+49 6151 16-57295