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Get you know our doctoral candidates, their research projects and career paths. Benefit from the experiences of others and use the opportunity to become part of a network of young researchers. Our motto: Together we do research!

Rethinking archives

In her doctoral project at Fachhochschule Dortmund, Lucrezia Zanardi is researching concepts for making archives a new experience using photographic means. In doing so, she develops new perspectives on the history of Etty Hillesum.

Homelessness study

Little research has been done on how people become homeless and how they can be empowered on the way out. Tim Sonnenberg, doctoral student in social work, collaborated on a large-scale study.

Juggling is the art of everyday life

Work experience, doctorate and family life: In his self-conception, Puian Tadayon, doctoral student at the Faculty of Information Technology, shows how to reconcile these.

Traces of a past life

Saskia Ketz, doctoral student at the Faculty of Design, gives an account of  ghost photography and its references to the history and technology of photography in an interview with the registered society Forum Dunkelbunt.

Success at DAAD-RISE

Students from North America, Great Britain and Ireland assist doctoral students. Nicolai Spicher, pursuing his doctorate in medical informatics, on "Research Internships in Science and Engineering".

Would you like to get to know the Doctoral Students' Representatives?

Consisting of four doctoral candidates from Fachhochschule Dortmund, the Doctoral Students' Representatives pursue the goal of promoting interdisciplinary networking among the approximately 150 doctoral candidates.

Notes and references

Photo credits

  • Fachhochschule Dortmund | Volker Wiciok
  • Etty Hillesum Huis Stichting
  • Fachhochschule Dortmund | Florian Freimuth
  • Puian Tadayon
  • Saskia Ketz
  • Fachhochschule Dortmund

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