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Karlsruhe House of Young Scientists (KHYS)


Straße am Forum 3
76131 Karlsruhe

Tel:  +49 (0)721 608-46185
Fax: +49 (0)721 608-46222

Geb. 30.96
  KHYS-Handbuch Promovieren am KIT



Welcome to the Karlsruhe House of Young Scientists (KHYS)

The Karlsruhe House of Young Scientists (KHYS) is the central institution for the promotion of junior researchers at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). We support doctoral researchers. postdocs*, the Young Investigator Network (YIN), and doctoral programs. Our various offers are specifically targeted to promote junior KIT researchers and foster an open scientific and interdisciplinary exchange of ideas and knowledge.

We

  • individually advise, qualify, and support young scientists during their careers;
  • further develop the support of young scientists at KIT and maintain the quality of the doctoral research phase;
  • support coordinated research programs (e.g. research training groups) for the promotion of young scientists.


Important information on registration with KHYS

Registering with KHYS is the way to gain access to a variety of KHYS offers.
>> Advantages at a glance
>> Further information on KHYS membership

Currently we have two registration portals which differ with regard to the target groups.
Therefore please note the following information about registration!

You would like to do your doctorate at one of the eleven KIT Departments?
According to § 38, par. 5 of the State Higher Education Act of Baden-Württemberg (Landeshochschulgesetz; LHG) all doctoral researchers pursuing their doctorate at a KIT Department need to register with KHYS.
>> Registration with Docata

You have been accepted as a doctoral researcher at a different university, but your main research focus is at KIT or you are supervised at KIT?
>> Registration with the KHYS Network

You are a postdoc* in the first qualification/orientation phase?

>> Registration with the KHYS Network
 

*KHYS supports postdocs in the first postdoc phase (qualification/orientation phase, which should last no longer than three years).

 

News

News
Call for applications: Helmholtz Doctoral Prize 2019

This year, KIT can nominate excellent young researchers in the following three Helmholtz research fields: earth and environment, key technologies/ information and matter. The successful candidates will be awarded a one-time prize in the amount of EUR 5,000. Nominations can be handed in by Sunday, April 7, 2019 to KHYS.

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11th KIT Doctoral Award bestowed

As part of the President's Banquet on February 21, 2019 the 11th KIT Doctoral Award was granted. KIT honors extraordinary doctoral researchers, thereby highlighting the great importance of young scientists at KIT. Vice President Oliver Kraft honored Alena Kalyakina, Frederik Kotz and Tobias Ried for their outstanding research achievements. We congratulate the award winners and wish them much success.

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Dissertation Award of the Friedrich and Elisbath Boysen-Stiftung 2019 awarded at KIT

As part of the celebratory colloquium of the KIT Department of Mechanical Engineering Mister Sven Lindner was awarded the Dissertation Award of the Friedrich and Elisabeth Boysen-Stiftung on February 8, 2019 for his extraordinay doctoral thesis in the field of environmental technology. We congratulate Mister Lindner and wish him continued success.

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Advisory offices for young scientists - open consultation hours at KHYS

Junior researchers often face different challenges in their research period which could lead to conflicts. At KIT there are a variety of advisory offices which you can contact in cases of conflicts both in a work and in a personal context. KHYS for example offers open consultation hours from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. every Thursday in room 116. There you can safely discuss your situation.

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News
Research Travel Grant leads to a publication in “Nature Physics”

Recently the results of a research project at the Royal Holloway, University of London, were published in the renowned journal "Nature Physics". A KIT doctoral researcher was significantly involved in this project, which lasted several months. We are pleased that we were able to supprt this successful research stay of Sebastian Skacel with the Research Travel Grant and wish him continued success.

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KIT News
Ombudspersons for doctoral researchers and supervisors at KIT The Ombudspersons act as contact persons in cases of conflicts or disputes between doctoral researchers and supervisors during the doctoral research phase. Doctoral researchers and supervisors are free to initiate contact with any Ombudsperson at any point. They can decide for themselves whom they wish to address irrespective of they research background.

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KIT news
Competence Pool: Living forum for the networking of ideas at KIT

All employees, as well as guests and partners of KIT, are invited to present their individual professional profile within KIT and to engage in mutual exchange. An allocation to and a search concerning KIT Centers and their topics as well as embedding publications in the individual profile is possible.

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Helmholtz-Talentcampus

The blog presents the exciting and diverse faces of the Helmholtz Association, presents experts and topics from the broad field of talent promotion and career development in science and provides insights into what is done day-to-day in the Helmholtz Association to make it not only an outstanding scientific institution, but also an inspiring workplace for all employees.

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Das neue KHYS-Handbuch für Promovierende ist da!
KHYS guide for doctoral researchers

The e-book provides you with information, tips and numerous services concerning your doctorate at KIT.

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  For further interesting pieces of news go to our news archive.

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