Bereichsbild
Contact information

Service Centre of the Graduate Academy

Im Neuenheimer Feld 370
Room 3
69120 Heidelberg

Telephone Icon 17x17  +49 (0)6221 / 54 - 19765
E-Mail graduateacademy@uni-heidelberg.de

 
Useful Links

Interdisciplinary Networks in Heidelberg

Heidelberg University strives to provide its young researchers with the best possible conditions for interdisciplinary networking and research collaborations. We will present some of these opportunities for interdisciplinary exchange on this page.

 

idk_logo

The IDK is an open, interdisciplinary platform in the humanities and social sciences through which doctoral students can present and discuss their projects in various forms.

The IDK also provides opportunities to discuss and exchange ideas about financing, publication options, work methods and other topics. External speakers are invited to give presentations on selected topics. The working languages of the IDK are German and English.

Further information:
► Interdisziplinäres Doktorandinnen-Kolloquium

Beratung - Netzwerke - InFoDiTex

Das Interdisziplinäre Forum digitaler Textwissenschaften ist ein Treffpunkt für NachwuchswissenschaftlerInnen, die einmal im Monat Theorie und Praxis der digitalen Textwissenschaften erörtern möchten und Interesse haben, die Anwendungsgebiete in Bild- und Musikwissenschaften kennenzulernen.

Digitale Methoden der Textanalyse haben es in den letzten Jahren ermöglicht, immer mehr Neues in Texten zu entdecken und Altes in größere Kontexte einzubetten. Doch wie lassen sich die interdisziplinären Ansätze der Digital Humanities methodologisch in der Wissenschaftstheorie verorten? Sind sie ein zukünftiger neuer wissenschaftlicher Ansatz neben den traditionellen Methoden der Literatur-, Sprach-, Kultur- und Geschichtswissenschaft? Welche Anwendungsbereiche finden sich an der Universität Heidelberg?

More information :
► InFoDiTex (German) Externer Inhalt

Schriftzug Mk

The Marsilius Kolleg is a Center for Advanced Study for interdisciplinary basic research. It promotes exchange among various academic cultures and initiates and carries out interdisciplinary research projects.

You can complement your doctoral training by participating in the Marsilius Study Program, which is open to all interested students, or you can apply to take part in the International Marsilius Academies. These international meetings for junior researchers focus on various aspects of an interdisciplinary topic and can be a good opportunity for networking.

Further information:
► Marsilius-Kolleg Externer Inhalt

In the HGGS, several university faculties cooperate to offer doctoral students a structured and interdisciplinary doctoral program. The graduate school welcomes doctoral students carrying out their training on an individual basis as well as those working in a research training group.

The program offered by the HGGS upholds the freedom traditionally enjoyed during a doctoral project in the humanities or social sciences and combines this with a structured framework. Upon being accepted into the HGGS, you have access to fellowships, workshops and an interdisciplinary course program that complements your training. The working languages of the graduate school are German and English.

Further information:
► HGGS Externer Inhalt
► HGGS membership Externer Inhalt

The Heidelberg Alumni Association is one of the oldest in the country and has been a forerunner for alumni work in the international arena. HAIsociety maintains both national and international alumni initiatives as well as alumni networks for specific research disciplines.

Further information:
► HAIsocietyExterner Inhalt

The Network Art and Cultures is a collaboration among Heidelberg University, the Centre for European History and Cultural Studies and external cultural institutions such as the regional office for cultural heritage preservation, the regional art association and various museums and archives in Heidelberg and the surrounding area.

Further information:
► Network Art and CulturesExterner Inhalt

The Network Language and Knowledge is a collaboration of linguists and other scientists from various countries whose goal it is to investigate the linguistic constitution of technical objects and facts from a specifically linguistic point of view.

Further information:
► Network Language and KnowledgeExterner Inhalt

The Network for Geoinformation in the Rhein-Neckar Metropolitan Region (GeoNet.MRN) is an alliance of universities, research institutes, businesses and other organizations related to geoscience and geoinformation in the Rhein-Neckar region.

Further information:
► GeoNet.MRN (German) Externer Inhalt

The Centre for Astronomy of Heidelberg University (ZAH) provides information about national and international networks in the field of astronomy.

Web Administrator: Eric Herbst
Latest Revision: 2020-03-10
zum Seitenanfang/up