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Successful PhD studies

Graduate School

The Simulation Technology Graduate School is the doctoral studies program of the SimTech Excellence Cluster. It is organized to be interdisciplinary and is internationally oriented. The structured doctoral studies program offers its members optimum conditions for successful PhD studies in the field of simulation technology.

GS SimTech capabilities

Doctoral students in the GS Sim Tech

  • Have at least two supervisors from different disciplinary cultures
  • Benefit from having a second referee from outside the University of Stuttgart
  • Can attend lectures and seminars specially designed for the field of simulation technology
  • Can conduct subject-specific and methodological exchanges
  • Are integrated with their projects in the overlapping research relationships of the project networks
  • Have an optimal opportunity for getting feedback after a year and a half through a Milestone Presentation
  • Network internationally during an obligatory three-month stay at a research institute abroad

By now, the University of Stuttgart has established the GRADUS Graduate College modeled on the GS SimTech that now offers doctoral students from all specialty areas of the University an organized PhD studies program.

Contact

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Prof. Dr.-Ing.

Frank Allgöwer

Head of Graduate School, Coordinator Project Network 3, Coordinator Research Area C

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Barbara Teutsch

Coordinator Graduate School, Coach

 

PhD Student Spokespersons

Anna Rörich, Michael Rehme and Johannes Kässinger