DSF Report

Doctoral Student Forum – DSF 2019 in Malmö

Prior to the EAS conference 2019 – from May 14 to 16 – we have been working with young doctoral students from all over Europe on their doctoral thesis’. Poster presentations, peer and expert coachings as well as focused inputs (How do I publish in international journals? How to steer my research process?) were offered by the DSF leaders Thade Buchborn, Andreas Lehmann-Wermser and Isolde Malmberg.

For the first time we worked in two groups: One DSF group and one small DSF expert group of doctoral graduates. This structure was highly appreciated and will be taken on in Padua 2020.

Here are the delegates of both groups as well as the DSF leaders during their poster presentation:

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standing: Filip Verneert (BE), Tomaáš Chloupek (CZ), Volker Hagemann (DE), Thade Buchborn & Andreas Lehmann Wermser (DSF leaders), Benno Spieker (NL)  Maximilian Piotrašchke (DE), Anna Immerz (DE), Emma Nenadic (UK), Yvonne Higginš (IE)
1st row: Hatice Çeliktaş (TR), Chrištiane  Nieuwmeijer (NL), Isolde Malmberg (DSF leader), Eva Tralle (DE), , Sabine Schneider-Binkl (DE), Sandra Degen (CH)
not in the photo: Ragnhild Eller (DE)

We are grateful for a really great impulse from Eva Tralle and Emma Nenadic to develop a new mentoring programme for EAS DSF delegates. See also https://eas-music.org/doctoral-student-forum/

Thank you Thade Buchborn! From the beginning and for many years Thade Buchborn has been one of the DSF leaders. We would like to thank him for his dedicated, outstanding and inspiring work. Thank you, Thade!

Isolde Malmberg