Scientific networks

Women Scientists Network

The independent, self-organised network of women scientists is aimed at all women with a doctorate from Kiel University (excluding permanent W2/W3 professors). The mailing list currently includes about 300 colleagues from all faculties - interested women scientists are always welcome. The members of the network meet in open circles in varying compositions 3-4 times a year, each time at a different scientist's institute who introduces herself, her institute, her subject and her research focus. In addition, the meetings provide an opportunity to get to know the other scientists, to exchange personal experiences and to discuss current topics.

Women Scientists Network

Integrated Marine Postdoc Network (IMAP)

The Integrated Marine Postdoc Network (IMAP) within the Cluster of Excellence ‘The Future Ocean’ is a network of more than 130 scientists after Ph.D. working on non-permanent positions at one of the partner institutions of the Cluster in Kiel, Germany.

All IMAP members are associated members of the Cluster and engage in the diverse disciplines of marine sciences in Kiel – in natural, social and medical sciences, computing, economics, and law. The English language network is professionally coordinated and provides measures to support career development (courses, coaching, mentoring), financial support and addresses strategic issues related to the status and career paths of postdocs in Germany.

Postdoc Network IMAP