Strukturiertes Promotionsstudium Chemie
All doctoral researchers of the Department of Chemistry can join the structured doctoral degree program. Apply when you submit your application for admission to the doctoral procedure. The application procedure is as follows:
- Apply to the Department of Chemistry for admission to doctoral studies with the required documents (or an acceptance letter).
- Complete and submit the form Notification of the membership in a graduate school, a research training group or other structured doctoral course program (PDF).
- Provide the contact details of 2 supervisors—at least one must be a full-time university teacher or member of the Department of Chemistry who has completed a Habilitation (postdoctoral qualification). (NB: Only one of the supervisors may provide an evaluation after you submit your doctoral dissertation—see Point 3 on the doctoral procedure.)
- Use your Docata access details to register in Geventis—this is where you will register for classes.
The doctoral degree program takes 6 semesters and comprises subject-specific courses and workshops on key skills. It is possible to take several courses, especially in key skills. You can also get involved in committee work, become a doctoral researcher representative, actively participate in conferences, or complete research stays abroad (no ECTS credits are awarded for these activities however). All doctoral researchers must take the course on good scientific practice during their doctoral phase.
You must attend research group seminars every semester (at least 1 credit hour per week each semester). The research lectures include the colloquiums of the individual institutes, along with the lecture series and the lectures by the German Chemical Society (GDCh) (1 ECTS credit for 10 lectures lasting at least 45 minutes). You can take any of the key skills courses offered by the MIN Graduate School or University (e.g., Career Center).
Anmeldung zu Veranstaltungen
Die Anmeldung zu den Veranstaltungen sowie die Leistungsdokumentation erfolgt auf Geventis
(NICHT StiNE). Dabei sind veranstaltungsgebundende Anmeldephasen und
-modalitäten zu beachten.
Forschungsvorträge und -seminare
Für die Forschungsseminare und Forschungsvorträge sind folgende Testatbögen semesterweise beim Studienbüro abzugeben.
Prof. Dr. Carmen Herrmann
Institute of Inorganic Chemistry
Tel: +49 40 42838-6934