Workshops offered at all four CEPLAS partner institutions are open to CEPLAS doctoral and postdoctoral researchers (subject to space availability). For a complete list of courses available at CEPLAS partner institutions, please check the official websites (e.g. iGRAD, HeRA, GSfBS, AMC, UoC Postdoc Career Program). Please see as well our course archive, as several of the courses will be offered annually.
Below are examples of upcoming courses. These are allocated to core competencies expected of graduate researchers and postdocs, based on definitions from the National Postdoctoral Association (NPA). You are encouraged to learn more about the core competencies and explore related resources.
Individual statistical consultation: If you are facing statistical or bioinformatic problems you can always contact the Center for Bioinformatics and Biostatistics (CBiBs) for individual consultation. Please write an E-Mail to CBiBs and ask for a consultation date. CEPLAS will cover the costs that might be charged.
The ENTREPRENEURSHIP module offered in 2022 consists of the following workshops/events:
Please check the course list for more details on the individual workshops/events.
Participation in individual courses is possible. For receiving a certificate on the Entrepreneurship module, participation in the first four elements is mandatory, participation in courses offered by regional organizations active in supporting startup foundations voluntarily
For questions please contact Dr. Günter Strittmatter.
PROvendis, Mülheim a. d. Ruhr, organized in collaboration with CEPLAS
1,5 day workshop
Date: tba, November/December 2022
Topics Day 1 (9 am - 4 pm):
Topics Day 2 (9-12 am)
If you are interested to participate in this course, please state your interest here (non-binding registration as the date has not been fixed yet).
Instructor: Dr. Christian Dumpitak, iGRAD, HHU Düsseldorf
This seminar, which is organised by iGRAD for CEPLAS doctoral researchers and postdocs, is a fundamental introduction to the principles for safeguarding good scientific practice as proposed by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). It focuses on the perspectives of (post)doctoral researchers by introducing and discussing the following topics: