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Programm

Friday, November 9, 2018, SZ 15.21, RESOWI A, 2nd floor

3.00 to 3.15

WELCOME ADDRESS

Peter Scherrer   
Director of the Doctoral Academy Graz        
Vice-Rector for Research and the Promotion of Early Stage Researchers

Moderation

Gudrun Salmhofer (Head of the Department of Academic Services)

 

NEW CONSORTIA SESSION

3.15 to 4.15

PRESENTATIONS BY DOCTORAL RESEARCHERS OF THE NEW MEMBER CONSORTIA

Love, class and gender: An empirical investigation of non-middle-class couples
Stella Rehbein              
for the the new member Consortium “Resonant Self-World Relations in Ancient and Modern Socio-Religious Practices”

Environmental Change and Evolutionary Adaptation          
Angelika Ziegelbecker
for the new member Consortium “Ecology and Evolution in Changing Environments”

Smart Contracts in the context of M2M Communication
Peter Egger
for the new member Consortium “Synergies in Business Law”

Nanoscience on an Atomic Level             
Michael Hollerer          
for the new member Consortium “Functional Nanostructures in Physics, Chemistry and Life Sciences”

 

4.15 to 4.45

COFFEE BREAK

 

CAREER SESSION

4.45 to 5.00

Academic Careers: A Short Introduction

Karin Grasenick (convelop)

5.00 to 6.00

CAREER TALKS BY DOCTORAL ALUMNI OF MEMBER CONSORTIA

Sebastian Kronenberger (Leibniz University Hannover)    
Alumni “Accounting, Reporting, and Taxation”     
CV: Sebastian Kronenberger is a post-doc researcher at Leibniz University Hanover. He holds a PhD from the University of Graz, where he completed the Doctoral Program in Accounting, Reporting, and Taxation (DART) in 2016. During the Program, he visited the University of Texas at Austin for 8 months. Mr. Kronenberger graduated from the University of Mannheim (B.Sc. and M.Sc.).

Katharina Schroeer (Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology MeteoSwiss, Zurich, Switzerland)              
Alumni “Climate Change”           
CV: Obtained a Bachelor’s degree (Geo- and Atmospheric Sciences) and Master’s degree (Global Change and Regional Sustainability) from the University of Innsbruck (Austria), with waypoints at University of Iceland and alpS GmbH in Innsbruck. Doctoral studies at the University of Graz (Austria) and the National Center for Atmospheric Research (Boulder, USA).

Mario Schröck (Amplitude Capital, Zug, Switzerland)         
Alumni “Hadrons in Vacuum, Nuclei and Stars”
CV: Before Mario Schröck came to Graz to join the DK „Hadrons in Vacuum, Nuclei and Stars“ in 2010, he studied Physics in Tübingen and Stony Brook (USA). After he obtained his PhD in 2013, he continued research in Lattice QCD during a two years postdoctoral stay in Rome. Since 2015, Mario develops algorithmic trading strategies as a Quantitative Researcher at Amplitude Capital in Zug, Switzerland.

Bao Quoc Tang (University of Graz)         
Alumni “Optimization and Numerical Analysis for Partial Differential Equations with Nonsmooth Structures”      
CV: Since 12/2015 University assistant (University of Graz); 9/2015–12/2015 Post-Doc (Medical University of Graz); 2015 Dr. rer. nat. in Mathematics (University of Graz); 09/2010–09/2016 Lecturer (Hanoi University of Science and Technology); 2011 Master of Science in Mathematics (Hanoi University of Science and Technology), 2010 Bachelor in Mathematics (Hanoi University of Education)

 

6.00 to 6.30

COFFEE BREAK

 

PUBLIC LECTURE

6.30 to 7.30

Networking for Academics: 5 Places to Start

Linda Greve, Aarhus University

ABSTRACT
We all seem to agree that a good network is crucial to a nice career. However, “network” as such is just a metaphor for something far more abstract. This talk will investigate the phenomenon of networking in an academic context – the genre, the rhetorical expectations and the contexts, both online and face-to-face. On that basis a more nuanced understanding of what it means to be in a network is presented and implications on strategic networks in academia are presented. The talk concludes with five places to start, when you want a strategic, usable and academic network.

CV
Dr. Linda Greve is an expert in academic communication. She holds a master’s degree in Theology, Rhetoric and Journalism as well as a PhD in Business Communication. She teaches presentation technique and lecturing as part of the professional development at Aarhus University. Dr. Greve has been working with academic entrepreneurs and research presentation for 15 years. Her field of interest is metaphors and academic knowledge communication, which will be the focus of her talk.

 

7.30

BUFFET and GET-TOGETHER

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