Contacts

Offerings of the University of Bremen surrounding doctoral studies

Team

Our offices are in building SFG in the rooms 0260 and 0270.

 

Dr. Diana Ebersberger

Counseling for doctoral candidates, in charge of qualification and networking offers, development of the ProUB Graduate Center 

Phone: +49 421 218-60309
Email ebersbergernoSpam@vw.uni-bremen.de

Imke Girßmann M.A.

Counseling for doctoral candidates, in charge of qualification and networking offers

Phone: +49 421 218-60327
Email imke.girssmannnoSpam@vw.uni-bremen.de

Dr. Kerstin Lange

Coordinator of "BremenIDEA - International Doctoral Education Action"

Tel. +49 421 218-60318
Email kerstin.lange@vw.uni-bremen.de

Dr. Marie Sander
(on parental leave)

Counseling for doctoral candidates, in charge of qualification and networking offers, development of the ProUB Graduate Center 

Phone: +49 421 218-60327
Email marie.sandernoSpam@vw.uni-bremen.de

Friederike Voet

Office of the ProUB Graduate Center: initial contact person for all inquiries, organisation of workshops

Phone: +49 421-218-60328
Email proubnoSpam@vw.uni-bremen.de


Members of the ProUB Board

  • Prof. Dr. Dierk Hebbeln (GLOMAR)

  • Lara Minkus (BIGSSS)

  • Prof. Christian Freksa, PhD (Marie Curie-S. Initial Training Network)

  • Samaneh Behshti-Kashi (International Graduate School for Dynamics in Logistics)

  • Wiebke Rastedt  (FB2)

  • Simone Brühl (FB 10)

  • Prof. Dr. Monika Rhein (FB 1)

  • Prof. Dr.-Ing Kirsten Tracht (FB 4)

  • Prof. Dr. Ansgar Gerhardus (FB 11)

  • Prof. Dr. Sarianna Lundan (FB 7)

  • Dr. Simone Haasler (ZAP)

  • Prof. Dr. Andreas Breiter, Vice-President for Reseach and Young Academics


Cooperation

The task of the Graduate Center at the University of Bremen is to create a service package in support of the PhD process and doctoral candidates. It does this in cooperation with other service providers at the University. The offers supplement those maintained by the Faculties and institutes, the dissertation committees, and the offerings of the different graduate programs available at the University. The Center draws on the experience of the University‘s departments, committees, and doctoral programs, which is central to its successful development. The concepts and measures employed by the various doctoral programs (i.a. the BIGSSS and GLOMAR Graduate Schools supported by the Excellence Initiative) serve as examples of Best Practice for the promotion and advancement of PhD students. 

The various offerings of the Graduate Center – in particular its program of further training – are coordinated with the following partner service providers at the University of Bremen:

The University of Bremen participates in the supraregional UniWIND network, an association of German universities for the training of young researchers. UniWIND members comprise universities that have established overarching structures to promote prospective and enrolled doctoral students.