Introduction to the PhD Science Day @ GSI, 2013
Coffee Tea and cookies will be arranged for all. Supported kindly by HGS-HIRe.
Exchanging valuable information from the experience of former PhD Students at GSI.
Cakes and Drinks (Water and Juices) will be arranged for all. Supported kindly by HGS-HIRe.
In total, 26 Posters from various Research Departments of GSI will be presented by PhD Students.
Two best poster contribution will be awarded. The posters will be adjudged based on points/votes from GSI Summer students (2014) at the event during the session. The Awards are supported kindly by HGS-HIRe and GSI. All presenters from the Poster Session will receive a Souvenir from GSI and FAIR GmbH.
There will be a Group Photo with both winners, all Poster Presenters with the Chief Guest at the end.
On Monday, August 11, 2014, the second PhD Science Day took place at GSI. The event aims to improve communication between the PhD students working in different research departments at GSI and to address career perspectives. In total approximately 100 PhD students joined. Also the 42 GSI summer students participated in the event.
In his opening speech organizer and PhD student representative Pradeep Ghosh explained the spirit of the PhD science day, afterwards GSI research director Professor Karlheinz Langanke talked about the research conducted at GSI. The scientific coordinator Dr. Gerhard Burau of the Helmholtz Graduate School HGS-HIRe, the organization hosting all GSI and FAIR PhD students, gave a few words of motivation. And Dr. Inti Lehmann, deputy research director of FAIR, spoke about the FAIR plans and the future perspectives. Then alumni were available for the participants to exchange information and give career recommendations.In the final poster session the participating PhD students presented their fields of research in 26 posters. The summer students voted for the two best posters, which were honored with a certificate and a GSI bag. The winners were Claudia Behnke (HADES) and Oliver Deppert (plasma physics)