Upcoming DocDay

The next DocDay of our Doctoral School will be on Monday October 3, 2022. It will be held at the TU Graz, in TDK seminar room. The short programm is given below, and the full list of titles and abstracts can be found here.

For those who cannot join in person, we will open a Webex session:
https://tugraz.webex.com/tugraz/j.php?MTID=m300dbf06da247d540231b28e965fe540
Meeting number: 2732 652 2473
Password:izAVRZ4Dh32

Meet the coordination team:
We reserved some time just before lunch, where the coordination team will present some more details about the research data plan, that each new student will have to provide. After that, there will also be the possibility that students and the coordination team can get in contact and discuss formal issues of the PhD studies.

Short Program

A complete list of talks including abstracts can be found here.

8:30 - 9:00: Thomas Mairhofer
Differential phase contrast scanning transmission electron microscopy (DPC-STEM) – What it is good for and why it is hyped within the community

9:00 - 9:30: Kirill Keller
Fully printed single-channel P(VDF-TrFE) transducer for ultrasound applications

9:30 - 10:00: Florian Koller
Magnetosheath jets and their relation to large-scale solar wind structures

10:00 -10:30: COFFEE

10:30 - 11:00: Kevin Alexander Blasl
The Kelvin-Helmholtz instability at Earth’s magnetopause

11:00 - 11:30: Martin Hosner
Dipolarization Fronts in the Earth's Magnetotail - Small Scale Magnetic Reconnection

11:30 - 12:00: Meet the coordiantion team
Presentation of the student representatives of Uni Graz, information about RDM, soft skills, and other pressing issues...

12:00 - 13:00: LUNCH

13:00 - open end: Poster Session
Posters by Robbin Stentjes, Daniel Werner, Tatiana Kormilina, Thomas Boné, Max Niederreiter, Florian Schwarz, Nikola Simic

 

 

Coffee and Lunch
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During coffee and lunch breaks, we will provide snacks and drinks for free!

Table soccer tournament
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After the poster session, there will be a table soccer tournament at the institute of experimental physics.