Project Management



Course Dates

Maximum number of participants

The registration is closed

Online on Zoom

7-8 February 2022, 9:30 am - 1:00 pm



The seminar deals with the planning and successful implementation of projects in science. Common project management tools are introduced and specified for scientific project contexts. Risk assessment and pro-activeness are especially important for early career scientists – as they usually are on temporary contracts.

The tools presented will be linked back to the personal experiences of the participants in self- and project management.

Course aim: Participants will understand the basics of project management both on the factual level (planning, controlling, finances) as well as on the personnel level (structures, decision making processes, communication).


Dr. Neela Enke

... holds a doctorate in biology. She has over 10 years of experience as a researcher in several European research institutions and as a team leader in Academia and beyond. As a trainer she offers workshops on project management, leadership, conflict and diversity management, as well as career development in research. She is also a trained mediator with a focus on conflicts in research organisations.

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