[Event] DNA for ECRs: Doitsu-Nihon Academy for Early Career Researchers Vol. 3 (Registration deadline: Fri, Feb 4 at 5pm)
Powered by DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) and Kyoto University
Date: Saturday, February 26, 2022
Venue: Online

Event : DNA for ECRs (Doitsu-Nihon Academy for Early Career Researchers) Vol. 3

Powered by : DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) and Kyoto University

Date: Saturday, February 26, 2022 at 16:00-20:00 (JST)

DNA for ECRs (Doitsu-Nihon Academy for ECRs: an online training course for young researchers) Vol.3

We are pleased to announce the third edition of DNA for ECRs (Doitsu-Nihon Academy for ECRs: a training course for young researchers).

The workshop is organized by the Kyoto University European Center in collaboration with the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) and this time, the target will be expanded to bachelor’s students, as well as master’s and doctoral students. It will also be attended by German students, providing an opportunity for international networking.


February 26 (Sat.), 2022 (16.00 – 20.00 JST)
Social Networking Event: February 25 (Fri.), 2022 (20.00 – 21.00 JST)


For registration, click here.

(Registration Deadline: February 4 (17:00, JST), 2022)


Effective Communication and Conflict Solving in Diverse Teams


Zoom / Online




6 persons (Priority will be given to female students for 3 out of 6 seats)
This event has a priority quota for women in order to support female students who aspire to become researchers, with the aim of realizing a more sustainable and inclusive society through gender equality in research activities.


Bachelor, Master or Ph.D. students affiliated at Kyoto University


Dr. Iris Wieczorek
…established IRIS Science Management Inc. in Tokyo. She has over 25 years of Japan experience and a broad knowledge about the academic and scientific systems in Europe and Japan – both from the inside as a researcher and from the position of a funding agency. She has profound expertise in science management and many years of practical experience. Amongst others, she established the Japan Office of the German Research Foundation (DFG) in Tokyo.