Beyond the Thesis: Career Conversations between Science and Industry

May 15, 2024, 6:00 p.m. (CEST)

Time: May 15, 2024, 6:00 p.m. (CEST)
Maximum number of participants: 30
Event language: English
Venue: frei[Raum]
Campus Vaihingen
Pfaffenwaldring 45
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Are you nearing the end of your studies or PhD journey and have to decide on your next steps? Whether to pursue a career in academia, leap into the industry, or explore an entirely new path can be a daunting decision. But don't worry - "Beyond the Thesis" is here to help you!

This isn't your typical lecture series. It's an opportunity to engage in an open dialogue with others who've been or who are right where you are. Gain insights from those who've made these choices and are eager to share their experiences in academia and industry in a relaxed atmosphere.

Hurry as space is limited to 30 participants!

The event will take place on May 15th at the Entrepreneurship Café frei[raum] located at Pfaffenwaldring 45 the University of Stuttgart, Campus Vaihingen. Doors open at 6:00 pm, with discussions commencing at 6:30 pm. Following the panel, we invite you to mingle and connect over refreshments from approximately 7:30 pm onwards.

We invited three researchers in very different fields and roles to debate and discuss, moderated by doctoral researcher Jonas Kneifl, the interesting topic of how to shape a career:

  • Inga Berre, Professor, Director VISTA Center for Modeling of Coupled Subsurface Dynamics, University of Bergen
  • Florian Leucht, Steering Wheel Hub Platform R&D Manager at Valeo
  • Luiz ChamonIndependent Junior Research Group Leader on Information Systems (ELLIS-SimTech)

Join us for an evening of enlightening conversations and invaluable networking opportunities as you chart your course toward a fulfilling career. The event will be held in English and is specifically not restricted to SimTech researchers and students.

Event series "Beyond the Thesis: Career Conversations between Science and Industry" 

Master students, (post)doctoral researchers, early career researchers


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