November 16, 2023, starting at 16:00 CET
University of Klagenfurt | Omansaal
Since 2016, the University of Klagenfurt has offered its early career researchers the opportunity every year to apply for the Young Scientists Mentoring Programme (YSM). In a competitive selection procedure, the University’s Research Council decides on the admission of the applicants to this one-to-one mentoring programme. For one year, the selected early career researchers enter into a mentoring agreement with an internationally recognised scholar from a foreign university (or research institution).
Target groups are high-performing doctoral candidates and postdoctoral researchers of all disciplines of the University of Klagenfurt who have reached an advanced stage of their research project (after approx. two years).
Cohort 2023/24 🛠
|Daniel Brosch (Department of Mathematics)
|Miriam Fahimi (D!ARC)
|Malte Ziewitz (Cornell University)
|Patrick Gregori (Department of Innovation Management & Entrepreneurship)
|Andreas Kuckertz (University of Hohenheim)
|Imke Alenka Harbig (Department of Psychology)
|Nic M. Weststrate (University of Illinois Chicago)
|Iris Rammelmüller (Department of Statistics)
|Jana de Wiljes (TU Ilmenau)
|Teresa Rauscher (Department of Mathematics)
|Vanja Nikolić (Radboud University)
|Verena Schwarz (Department of Statistics)
|Annika Lang (Chalmers University of Technology)
|MD Oliur Rahman Tarek (Department of Organization, Human Resources & Service Management)
|Syeda Arzu Wasti (Sabancı University)
|Iryna Vasylieva (Department of Mathematics)
|Frédérick Dionne (Department of English & American Studies)
|Peter Muntigl (Universiteit Gent)
|Carina Rasse (Department of English & American Studies)
|Herbert L. Colston (University of Alberta)
|Sarah Jane Selkirk (Department of Mathematics)
|Marni Mishna (Simon Fraser University)
|Anna Soma (Department of Romance Studies)
|Franco Pierno (University of Toronto)
|Lisa Struckl (Department of Romance Studies)
|Elisa De Roberto (Università Roma Tre)
|Hadri Valdet (Department of Sociology)
|Daniela Bolzani (Università di Bologna)
|Lena Zöhrer (Department of Organization, Human Resources, & Service Management)
|Mariella Miraglia (University of Liverpool)
The mentees from the cohort 2022/23 present their projects, introduce their mentors and talk about their expectations for the mentoring partnership. Also, mentors and internal supervisors take the floor.
Mentor: Prof. Marni Mishna
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Clemens Heuberger
Mentor: Dr. Mariella Miraglia
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Heiko Breitsohl
Mentor: Prof. Peter Muntigl
Supervisor: Prof. Eva-Maria Graf
Mentor: Prof. Daniela Bolzani
Supervisor: Prof. Dieter Bögenhold
Mentor: Prof. Elisa De Roberto
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Raymund Wilhelm
Mentor: Prof. Franco Pierno
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Raymund Wilhelm
Mentor: Prof. Herbert L. Colston
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