PhD students discussing the PIER Graduate Week's programme. Photograph: Marta Mayer/DESY
The next PIER Graduate Week is scheduled for 21-24 February 2022. Due to the pandemic, the event will take place in a slightly scaled-down online form.
The graduate week's main objective is to introduce PhD students to the neighbouring PIER research fields of Particle & Astroparticle Physics, Nanoscience, Photon Science, Infection & Structural Biology. Both national and international experts offer stimulating lectures, discussion and workshops. Early career scientists, including PhD and MSc students and postdocs on Bahrenfeld campus will have the opportunity to broaden their interdisciplinary understanding and interchange with their colleagues from other research fields.
Each course is a consecutive four-day series of mini lectures. The introductory courses are designed for doctoral candidates who would like to learn more about a related research field. The focus courses are for those interested in in-depth sessions in their own area of expertise.
Complementary soft and hard skills workshops combine short lectures with practical exercises and homework. Please note: The places for these workshops are limited. In this year, the skills workshops take place after the scientific lecture week on the follwing dates:
- Fundamentals of Python (28 Feb - 2 March)
- Advanced Python and machine learning (3 + 4 March)
- Project mangement (group A: 28 Feb + 1 March)
- Project mangement (group B: 3 + 4 March)
Kartik Ayyer (MPSD Hamburg) | Jens Bosse (HPI, MHH, CSSB | Karl K. Berggren (MIT) | Victor Cadarso Busto (Monash University) | Irene Fernandez-Cuesta (Universität Hamburg) | Sven Heinemeyer (IFT (UAM/CSIC) Madrid | Stefan Hoth (Universität Hamburg) | Gregor Kasiezcka (Universität Hamburg) | Stephan Sylvest Keller (Technical University of Denmark) | Jan Kosinski (EMBL, CSSB) | Dorota Koziej (Universität Hamburg) | Artur Lobanov (Universität Hamburg) | Christian Löw (EMBL, CSSB) | Tilman Plehn (Universität Heidelberg) | Daniela Rupp (ETH Zürich) | Helmut Schift (PSI) | Silvan Schmid (TU Vienna) | Holger Sondermann (DESY, CSSB) | Maya Topf (HPI, UKE, CSSB) |Sebastian Trippel (DESY, Universität Hamburg) | Baris Tursun (Universität Hamburg) | Ivan Vartaniants (DESY, NRNU “MEPhI”) | Marc Vrakking (MBI Berlin) | Georg Weiglein (DESY)