A postdoc is the next step after the doctorate and thus the next step in your academic career. To offer the best possible support for young researchers on their academic path, TU Darmstadt has implemented Postdoc Career Programmes, which meet the particular challenges of an early research career.
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With a focus on technology, our 13 departments represent a broad range of scientific disciplines and engineering fields. Together with our Graduate Schools, Research Training Groups, Collaborative Research Centres and Research Units they offer a stimulating and cooperative research environment for young researchers.
This is where your research takes place! Browse our departments and profile areas sites for an overview over current research projects and recruitment options. Additionally, you find a list of job vacancies on our career site. As part of our Postdoc Career Programmes, the ´Future Talent´ Guest Stay and Career Bridging Grant (Application form B) offer an alternative way to join TU Darmstadt as a postdoc and to get to know us better.
As the umbrella organisation for promoting early career researchers at TU Darmstadt, Ingenium offers information, guidance and support in pursuing academic as well as non-academic career paths. Besides functioning as a single point of contact for doctoral candidates and postdocs at TU Darmstadt, Ingenium proffers a professional skills programme and regularly organises career and networking events. Learn more
As a postdoctoral researcher you can profit from a number of support and funding programmes at TU Darmstadt. All of these programmes are tailored especially to enhance your career prospects and secure scientific autonomy.
TU Darmstadt promotes the acquisition of competences through a large number of quality-assured and demand-oriented further training courses within the framework of the Ingenium qualification programme. The semi-annual programme offers workshops for career development.
In addition, the Ingenium networking programme offers career-relevant information and orientation events.
In addition to the above mentioned programmes, Ingenium offers selected trainings exclusively for Postdocs. By means of a needs analysis, we have designed a programme specifically tailored to your needs in the postdoc phase. It is designed to support you in this qualification phase in the best possible way in pursuing your career goals.
Registration is necessary and can be made via the registration form on the individual event pages.
Individual advice is available to postdocs for any general questions concerning the postdoctoral phase. The focus of advice is, among other things:
Please make an appointment in advance.
The Humboldt Ranking 2017 confirms: International engineers enjoy spending their research time at the TU Darmstadt. The University once again defended its first place in Germany in terms of the number of scientific guests.
In addition to our Postdoc Career Programmes, a variety of services at TU offer information, counselling and support in all areas relating to your research.
The Research Funding Unit in the Directorate for Research and Technology Transfer provides information, advice and services related to research funding programmes and proposal writing. Learn more
Learn about the principles, tips and tricks of proposal writing from TU Darmstadt’s senior scientific advisors. The experienced and renowned professors offer individual counselling regarding proposal preparation for individual funding, e.g. to prepare a proposal for research grants at DFG or at the ERC. Learn more
TU Darmstadt has a comprehensive range of funding opportunities that support postdocs in their scientific qualifications and in organisational issues relating to life in Darmstadt.