Young Researchers Training

PhenoRob provides a portfolio of online courses as part of its Young Researchers Training for PhD students, Postdocs, and Junior Research Group Leaders. The aim of these courses is to help the young researchers of the Cluster to become successful and independent researchers and to learn how to compete for extramural funding. The PhenoRob Young Researchers Training is characterized by a broad, interdisciplinary approach. It consists of a wide range of hard skill as well as soft skill courses.

Courses for PhD Students

Research-oriented and technical courses
CourseInstructorECTS
Mobile Robotics
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Cyrill Stachniss & Nived
Chebrolu, University of Bonn
6
Photogrammetric Computer Vision
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Cyrill Stachniss,
University of Bonn
6
Modern C++ – Lectures & Tutorials (2020 Edition)
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Ignacio Vizzo & Cyrill Stachniss, University of Bonn6
Convolutional Neural Networks for Visual Recognition
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Andrej Karpathy
Stanford Computer Science
4
Machine Learning for All
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Christian Bauckhage,
University of Bonn, CS and Fraunhofer IAIS
4
Image Analysis Methods for Biologists
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School of Computer Science
University of Nottingham
2
Sustainable Soil Management: Soil for Life
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Soil Physics and Land Management Group
Wageningen University & Research
4
Scalable Machine Learning for Remote Sensing Big Data
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Gabriele Cavallaro
Forschungszentrum Jülich
4
Machine Learning in Applied Economic Analysis
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Thomas Heckelei, Hugo Storm & Kathy Baylis3
The Art of Modelling
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Pytrik Reidsma & Katrien Descheemaeker (Wageningen University) 3
PhenomicsWebinars
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IPPN in cooperation with EMPHASIS and the European Plant Phenotyping Network (EPPN2020)2
Soft Skill Courses
CourseInstructorECTS
Talk like TED:
Convincing Presentations
Robert Kötter
twentyoneskills
2
Scientific WritingLesely-Anne Weiling
Write English
2
Paper Trailer VideosPajam Sobhani
Latest Thinking
2
German for Agricultural Sciences
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DUO Deutsch-Uni Online3
Voice and Presence
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Simone Dorenburg2
Science CommunicationElisabeth Hoffmann2
Narrating your science: Using
storytelling and other narrative methods
for communicating your research
Christine Erlach 2
Individual Career Coaching
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Caroline Ketting0
Twitter – The ideal Social Media Channel
for Science Communication?!
Rebecca Winkels
Wissenschaft im Dialog
2
Social Media in Science
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Plant 2030 Academy2
From Your research to Your Company: A Viable Way to Become a FounderPhilipp Lottes
Pheno-Inspect GmbH
0

PhenoROB Seminar Series
CourseInstructorECTS
PhenoRob Seminar SeriesPhenoRob members
and external speakers
3

Courses for Postdocs & JRGLs

CourseInstructor
How to Write a Competitive ERC Starting Grant ApplicationIsabel Herzhoff (KoWi)
How to Write a Competitive ERC Advanced Grant ApplicationIsabel Herzhoff (KoWi)
Leading and Supervising International and Transdisciplinary Teams in AcademiaMatteo Garavoglia (impulsplus)
First Audition Applying for ProfessorshipsDieta Kuchenbrandt (schainundkuchenbrandt)