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Humboldt-Tag, October 2nd: KIT Supports Mobile Researchers

The International Scholars and Welcome Office in the International Affairs Service Unit of KIT and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (AvH) present the 2018 Humboldt-Tag.

Tuesday, October 2nd, 12.30 hrs, excellent international researchers of the Humboldt network will be given the opportunity to meet experts for researchers’ mobility, representatives of service units, interested scientists of all career levels, and future hosts at KIT.

Professor Dr. Thomas Hirth, Vice President for Innovation and International Affairs, and Professor Dr. Dirk Wentzel, Spokesperson of the Humboldt Regional Group Karlsruhe-Pforzheim will open the event in the Festsaal (Building 01.12, Adenauerring 7), Campus South. Then, Dr. Gerrit Limberg, Head of the Chemistry and Geosciences Selection Department of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, will provide information on funding options as well as on the worldwide network of Humboldtians. During the Humboldt-Lightning Talks presented by Humboldtian Dr. Erik Bründermann, Head of the Radiation Physics Group of the Institute for Beam Physics and Technology (IBPT), Humboldt fellows will provide insight into their current research work at KIT. The Humboldt-Insights presented by Professor Robertson-von Trotha, Director of the Center for Cultural and General Studies (ZAK), will highlight the scientific careers of Humboldt fellows.

Subsequently, the KIT service units of International Affairs (INTL), Research Office (FOR), and Innovation and Relations Management (IRM) as well as the Young Investigator Network (YIN) and the Humboldt Regional Group Karlsruhe-Pforzheim will inform about funding options and their services offered in presentations and personal conversations.

The program will be brought to a close with an aperitif and the opportunity to talk to each other.

Further details on the program, registration for the event, and additional information can be found on the International Scholars and Welcome Office website.