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Committee for Research and Junior Academics

PhD Scholarship Holders 2021

Photo: Paderborn University, Matthias Groppe

Committee for Research and Junior Academics

Awarded Scientists 2020 (Photo: Paderborn University, Besim Mazhiqi)

Committee for Research and Junior Academics

Outstanding Theses 2020 (Photo: Paderborn University, Besim Mazhiqi)

Committee for Research and Junior Academics

Award winners for excellent dissertations 2020

Photo: Paderborn University, Besim Mazhiqi

Committee for Research and Junior Academics

Postdoc Fellows 2020

Photo: Paderborn University, Besim Mazhiqi

Committee for Research and Junior Academics

Paderborner Wissenschaftskolleg „Data Society“

Photo: Paderborn University

Committee for Research and Junior Academics

Photo: Paderborn University, Adelheid Rutenburges

Committee for Research and Junior Academics

Photo: Paderborn University, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

Committee for Research and Junior Academics

Young scientists of Paderborn University

Photo: Paderborn University, Besim Mazhiqi

Committee for Research and Junior Academics

Photo: Paderborn University, Adelheid Rutenburges

Committee for Research and Junior Academics

Photo: Paderborn University, Adelheid Rutenburges

Committee for Research and Junior Academics

PhD Scholarship Holders

Photo: Paderborn University, Adelheit Rutenburges

Committee for Research and Junior Academics

Gender PhD Scholarships (Photo: Paderborn University, Adelheit Rutenburges)

Committee for Research and Junior Academics

The Committee for Research and Junior Academics is a standing committee, elected by the Senate pursuant to § 17, Paragraph 2 of the Constitution and § 22 of the Rules of Procedure of the Senate, to advise the Senate and the Executive Board on issues in research and regarding junior scientists and academics at Paderborn University. All faculties and status groups are represented on the Committee.

The Committee for Research and Junior Academics, together with the Executive Board and the Senate, promote the expansion and strategic direction of research and the targeted funding of junior scientists and academics.
The Committee is chaired by the Vice President for Research and Junior Academics.

Responsibilities
The Committee for Research and Junior Academics drafts recommendations for the Executive Board:

  • on participation in coordinated programmes, especially those of the German Research Foundation (DFG),
  • on start-up funding for new, usually interdisciplinary research projects,
  • on awarding the research prize,
  • on reporting in the context of leave of absence and medical leave pursuant to § 40 (1) Higher Education Act,
  • to establish Central Scientific Institutions

The Committee for Research and Junior Academics provides financial resources for the internal research funding of:

  • doctoral grants
  • gender research doctoral grants
  • postdoc grants for women junior scientists and academics
  • awards for excellent dissertations
  • new research projects and junior scientists and academics in the faculties
  • scientific conferences with respect to organisation and realisation

Funding guidelines
The specific regulations for the individual funding programmes are available in the respective funding award guidelines.

Members
6 professorial representatives:
Prof. Dr. Sabiene Autsch, Faculty of Arts and Humanities
J.-Prof. Dr. Tim Bartley, Faculty of Science
Prof. Dr. Daniel Beverungen, Faculty of Business Administration and Economics
Prof. Dr. Michael Dellnitz, Faculty of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Mathematics
Prof. Dr. Ruth Hagengruber, Faculty of Arts and Humanities (vice-chair)
Prof. Dr. Werner Homberg, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

3 academic staff representatives:
Dr. Britta Hoyer, Faculty of Business Administration and Economics
PD Dr. Anke Lenzing, Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Dr. Oliver Seewald, Faculty of Science

1 non-academic staff representative:
Markus Kloidt, Faculty of Science

1 student representative:
Jessica Fischer, Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Regular guest:
Irmgard Pilgrim, Central Equal Opportunities Officer

Expert advisers:
Dr. Anke Backer, Division Head, Department 2, Research Services, External Funding, Academic and International Affairs

Katharina Patz, Head Office, Department 2.2
 

The members are elected for a period of office of two years (the student representative for one year).

Further information: Rules of Procedure for the Senate

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