yDiv is a graduate programme for young biodiversity researchers from across the world. The interdisciplinary character of iDiv is a challenge that yDiv transfers into an opportunity for doctoral researchers by offering the chance for professional and personal development.
At yDiv, doctoral researchers can approach biodiversity science beyond their specialization. yDiv inspires them to use different approaches for their research (from theory and fundamental science to applied aspects of nature conservation and policy), different investigation objects (single organisms, manipulated communities, ecosystems) and different methodologies (modelling, field experiments, molecular ecology).
Emphasising exchange between theoreticians and empiricists
Biodiversity-related courses, with emphasis on interdisciplinary learning as well as professional development
Allow early-career networking and internationalisation at a laboratory abroad
If you have any questions concerning yDiv, please do not hesitate to contact Nicole Sachmerda-Schulz, the scientific coordinator of yDiv.
Phone: +49 341 97 33125
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