SFB 1032: Nanoagents for Spatiotemporal Control of Molecular and Cellular Reactions

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Successful Science Writing

Workshop co-organised by the Center for NanoScience and the SFB1032. The program runs for 4 consecutive weeks (4x Thursdays).

25.04.2024 – 23.05.2024

Are you currently writing a theses or a paper and would you like to improve your writing skills? Together with CeNS, we are offering a workshop on Successful Science Writing. The workshop is divided into 4 parts over four weeks. Please register only if you will be able to attend all four parts.

Thursday, April 25 - 5.00-7:30 pm
Thursday, May 2 - 5.00-7:30 pm
Thursday, May 16 - 5.00-7:30 pm
Thursday, May 23 - 5.00-7:30 pm

Location: tba, Faculty of Physics

This four-part series will cover the fundamentals of science writing in a fun, intensive, and interactive environment. This workshop series is suitable for PhD students at any stage of the writing or research process. The workshops build upon the material covered in the week previously and include the following topics: pre-writing and argument development (week one), outlining (week two), revision for structure and flow (week three), and revision for grammar and style (week four). Each workshop includes a short instructional period followed by practice-based writing activities that offer students new strategies for unlocking their academic writing. Designed to leave participants both more confident in their fundamental writing skills and ready to sit down to tackle their current projects, participants should come prepared to write with their preferred writing technologies, a notebook for long-hand writing, and any notes on current research that they may want to reference.

About the trainer:
Dr. Tessa Jacobs holds a PhD in English from Ohio State University, and she has over five years of experience teaching academic writing. When she is not teaching or writing, she enjoys exploring Munich and trying new restaurants.

Register here by April 19.