Saturday, May 26, 2018, 9:00am-10:00am
During the breakfast there will be several tables for different topics and experts will be present for discussions and advice in an informal setting.
Furthermore, we will give you suggestions on networking and the option to define personal networking goals for the conference and beyond.
The networking breakfast is open to all conference participants.
The following experts have already confirmed their participation:
Freelance life and PhD coach, Maria Machon
Topics: “Life & PhD, Coaching and Training” – exotic career choices for natural scientists
Coach & trainer on academic & scientific writing, Natalie Struve
Topics: How to use writing to propel one’s career: dissertations, publications, proposals, and beyond | How to supervise dissertations successfully and efficiently | How better training in writing can help raise the percentage of female professors
PhD student, Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics, Berlin, Germany
Topics: PhD and family – Which due date is first?
Research Scientist at Max Planck Institute For Human Development
Topics: Working as a scientist in different countries
LL.M., European Patent Attorney, Patentwältin Weisse
Topics: My life as a patent attorney
Project manager at NaturalScience.Careers, MA Business Studies student at Alanus University of Arts and Social Sciences
Topics: How can science conferences provide better fit for everybody attending? – De-biasing conference structures, alternative conference formats, networking and science
Managing Director at SFB/Transregio 109, Institute of Mathematics, TU Berlin
Topics: Career options in science management and science policy
Consultant & Trainer on scientific project management and grant writing, SB ScienceManagement UG
Topics: Career development
Head of business unit Microdevices, NMI Technologietransfer GmbH
Topics: Young with child in industry | Part-time leadership | Work-life balance
Head of Photonics Application Lab, School of Analytical Sciences Adlershof – SALSA
Topics: Stopwatch of Postdocs: How to manage a dual careier with family as PhD student and/or Postdoc
Consultant, SNP Transformations Deutschland GmbH
Topics: Chancen und Hürden – die Arbeit als Ausländerin in einem männlich dominierten Umfeld
Gender Expert, Head of “WiNS Adlershof” Program, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Topics: Mentoring and networking experiences in science
Deputy Lead & Head of Innovation Predevelopment at HELLA Ventures Berlin, Germany
Topics: Women in leading positions
Networking breakfast is kindly sponsored by: