Webinar for Researchers and Research Managers in Southeast Asia

Your Research Career in Germany and Cooperation in Excellent Research 26 + 27 October 2023

(25.10.23) Join our exclusive webinar on Thursday, 26 October and Friday, 27 October!

Meet the Max Planck Society (MPG) and the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft

to learn about

opportunities for your research career in and for cooperations with Germany

The Max Planck Society (MPG) is one of Germany’s leading research organisations in the field of basic research in natural sciences, life sciences, social sciences and the humanities. More than 13,000 researchers at 85 Max Planck Institutes (MPIs) – almost 60% of them from abroad – strive to extend frontiers and advance into new dimensions of knowledge. We hire the best researchers worldwide and give them everything they need to pursue their mission. MPG researchers won six Nobel prizes since 2020.

The central task of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) is the selection and funding of the best projects in the area of knowledge-driven research in Germany. It is committed to scientific excellence and a purely science-driven approach.

Day 1: Your Research Career in Germany

Thursday, 26 October 2023, 14 – 15 h (Jakarta, Bangkok, Hanoi) / 15 – 16 h (Kuala Lumpur, Singapore)

Join us if you're a PhD candidate, PhD student or PostDoc in an early career phase and shape your future!

Discover how MPG and DFG empower your journey towards scientific excellence. The MPG cares about supporting researchers in early career phases and promoting the next generation of scientists: Master students, PhD students, Postdocs and first time Group Leaders. The DFG is providing funding for all career stages after completion of the PhD. With its programs, the DFG is offering tailor-made support for PostDocs to conduct excellent research.

Day 2 : Cooperation in Excellent Research

Thursday, 26 October 2023, 14 – 15 h (Jakarta, Bangkok, Hanoi) / 15 – 16 h (Kuala Lumpur, Singapore)

Calling senior researchers, research coordinators and representatives of research institutions!

Support for international collaboration is a fundamental part of the DFG’s funding portfolio. It can support all stages of cooperation between German researchers and international partners: Starting from the initiation of a collaboration and extending to international networks, the DFG is offering funding for connecting researchers, research groups or whole institutions. Max Planck Institutes are involved in more than 3,000 projects with over 6,000 international partners in over 120 countries. Its scientists conduct research at the frontiers of knowledge, leaving national borders behind.

Don't miss this chance to gain insights into groundbreaking research and international collaboration opportunities. Register now for our webinar!