Once a month the doctoral seminar takes place in which the doctoral reseachers present their topics and research effort to the other doctoral students and PIs within RESIST. The aim of the doctoral seminar is to support the fundamental understanding of the cross‑sectoral topics of RESIST and to allow the doctoral researchers to get an insight in research topics and methodology outside of their own research project. These seminars will also facilitate interdisciplinary collaborations and the exchange of experimental and data analysis methods. All doctoral researchers present their work at least three times in the doctoral seminar throughout their PhD.
The doctoral seminar takes place every first Tuesday of the month at 4 pm. A list of the presenting researchers and topics can be found below. However, the doctoral seminar is only open for doctoral researchers, PIs and the management team of the IRTG and RESIST.