Australian-German Networking Research Symposium 2019
The GOstralia! Research Centre is hosting the 4. Australian-German Networking Research Symposium with the topic:
Creating opportunities: Pathways to enhance and sustain Australian-German research collaboration
on Friday, 22nd November 2019
Excellent research and groundbreaking discoveries never happen in a vacuum. International scientific partnerships are an essential part of successful research in Australia and Germany and despite the geographical distance German-Australian cooperation is growing rapidly in the scientific environment for mutual benefit. There are multiple positive outcomes like the transfer of knowledge and expertise, cross-fertilization of ideas, better funding options, more co-published papers and a lot of positive energy which always seems to arise when German and Australian researchers are working together.
Doctoral students play a pivotal role in such collaborative research relationships since they are significant producers of innovative knowledge and an important channel for knowledge transfer and networking between universities and research groups. This year’s symposium wants to explore the role of doctoral students in research partnerships and how they sustain and enhance Australian-German research collaboration. In this context we also want to discuss how Australian-German research cooperation benefits from implementing new ways of research programs and collaborative doctoral training.
We are looking forward to seeing you in Cologne!
Henriette Pook, Senior Education Manager, Australian Consulate General, Frankfurt
Dr. Michaela Krug-von Vacano, GOstralia! Research Centre
Monash Graduate Research Programs and Collaborative Projects
Prof. Nelli Georgiou-Karistianis, Deputy Dean Academic and Graduate Affairs, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, Monash University
Aachen - Adelaide: A strong partnership on the development of future energy systems
Dr. Stefan Kruse, Group leader Flame and Emission Diagnostics, Institute for Combustion Technology, RWTH Aachen University
DFG's International Research Training Groups - a blueprint for German-Australian dorctoral programmes?
Dr. Sebastian Granderath, Programme Director Research Careers, German Research Foundation (DFG)
Building research collaboration amongst students, academics and industry through international mobility work integrated research based programs.
Dr. Dorothea Bowyer, School of Business, Western Sydney University
Networking Lunch and Coffee
Embedding collaboration into PhD programs: The UNSW approach
Lucy Jones, Director Graduate Research School, UNSW Sydney
Establishing diverse partnerships in Germany for on-going collaboration and mutual benefit.
Dr. David Tuffley, Senior Lecturer in Applied Ethics & Cyber Security, Griffith University
3:15 - 5:00 pm
Time for networking, time to visit the Down Under Fair and meet our Australian and New Zealand university partners.
To register for the event please fill in the following form.
Please register here
Please be aware that there were taken photos for public relation purposes during the event.