Research at TU

Research at TU

At TU Darmstadt, doctoral students, postdocs and researchers from all over the world have ideal conditions for their research. We offer international and mobile scientists the best possibilities to qualify for the next steps of their scientific career.

 

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Registering as a Doctoral Student

If you wish to do a doctorate at TU Darmstadt, registering as a doctoral student is optional and, if all required documents are available, it is possible to register at any time.

If you want to register as a doctoral student, please apply for a post as doctoral student to the respective department. Then, submit your letter of acceptance, the certified translations of your Bachelor’s and Master’s certificates and the application form as printed versions to the International Admission office.

If you do not yet have your letter of acceptance from the respective department, you can register as “Student without degree” for the maximum duration of two semesters. There has to be a written acceptance of supervision from a doctoral supervisor. Please submit your acceptance of supervision, certified translations of your Bachelor’s and Master’s certificates, and the application form in printed form to the International Admission office.

News

  • 2018/06/27

    Research Fellows of the Humboldt Foundation at TU Darmstadt

    Prof. Dr. Long-Qing Chen. Photo: Claus Völker

    Introducing: Prof. Dr. Long-Qing Chen

    Prof. Dr. Long-Qing Chen, a Humboldt Resarch Awardee, from the Pennsylvania State University is researching computational materials science of materials microstructures and properties. He is a guest of Prof. Dr. Jürgen Rödel at the Department of Materials and Earth Sciences

  • 2018/06/13

    Research Fellows of the Humboldt Foundation at TU Darmstadt

    Marcos de Oliveira Junior. Photo: Claus Völker

    Introducing: Dr. Marcos de Oliveira Junior

    Marcos de Oliveira Junior from the Institute of Physics, University of Sao Paulo is researching from solid-state Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) characterization of glasses to solvent-free Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP) enhanced NMR characterization of heterogeneous catalysts. He is a guest of Prof. Dr. Gerd Buntkowsky at the Department of Chemistry.

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