As a young scientist, your doctoral studies are an important time that will prove crucial and formative for your academic career. Here at Helmholtz Zentrum München, we recognize that we have a duty to support graduate students during their doctoral studies and to promote them to the best of our ability. For this reason, every adviser for doctoral work takes on a high level of responsibility and must be aware of this. These guidelines are intended to contribute to a successful conclusion of studies and to the completion of the doctoral thesis. 

Guidelines for all graduate students at the Helmholt Zentrum München:

Guidelines for the Education and Support of Graduate Students at Helmholtz Zentrum München

Extended supervision guidelines for DRS / RS2 students:

Guidelines for the supervision of graduate students at the Department of Radiation Sciences (DRS) and / or members of the Helmholtz Research School of Radiation Sciences (RS2)

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