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Curriculum of the iRTG AquaDiva


The iRTG AquaDiva has a well-structured curriculum as illustrated in the table below. The doctoral researchers are supposed to attend courses of interest and also those, which are considered mandatory (shown in blue). To receive the iRTG AquaDiva certificate, the doctoral researchers have to collect at least 12 credit points. The structure and curriculum of the iRTG AquaDiva is summarized in our supervision agreement.


 

Courses

Credit points

Data management (by iRTG AquaDiva)

1.0

Fluid flow and reactive transport in natural porous media (by iRTG AquaDiva)

0.5

Next generation sequencing in microbial ecology and biogeochemistry (by iRTG AquaDiva)

0.8

Ethics of scientific research (by JGA, HIGRADE) As announced or according to ECTS
Good scientific practice (by JGA, gBGC, HIGRADE) As announced or according to ECTS
Grant Writing (by JGA, IMPRS-gBGC)
As announced or according to ECTS
Teaching (by JGA) As announced or according to ECTS
Career development (by JGA) As announced or according to ECTS

Other courses available at the iRTG AquaDiva, JGA, HIGRADE, yDiv, and IMPRS-gBCG upon announcement (e.g., scientific writing, time management)

As announced or according to ECTS

Publications / Outreach activities

 

First-author publication in international peer-rewieved outlets (journals and conferences)

1.0 per talk or poster

1.0 per submitted publication

2.0 per accepted publication

Non-first-author publication in international peer-rewieved journal

1.0 per accepted publication

Presentation at an international conference

1.0 per talk or poster

Public outreach (Long Night of Science, newspaper, public talk)

1.0 per outreach

Award of an international conference

1.0 per award

Other scientific activities

 

Research stay

0.5 per month

Organization

 

Support of new PhD fellows or guests on their arrival

0.5

Conference organization

1.0

Elected PhD representative

(i.e. elected PhD representative)

1.0