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Researcher skills for doctoral students

Info series for doctoral students every other week in the spring 2024 - arranged by Doctoral education services

Aalto helps doctoral students to build their researcher skills with trainings, resources and information materials - find out more!
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In order to be successful in their research, doctoral students need a wide set of researcher skills. We will present the trainings and support available for developing your skills. 

Speakers and topics:
Trainings and support available for developing your researcher skills - Minna Söderqvist, Head of Doctoral education services
Using ACRIS to promote your research - Laura Mure, Specialist, Research Services
Aalto Scientific Computing and support for doctoral researchers- Enrico Glerean, Staff Scientist, School of Science

No registration required, open to all doctoral students at Aalto University!

More information: [email protected] 

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Researcher skills for doctoral students

Find resources to improve your skills related to data management, research ethics, IPR, dissemination of results and more!

Doctoral education
Aallon tieteellisen laskennan koulutusta

Scientific Computing in Practice for researchers (external link)

Scientific Computing in Practice is a lecture series, which consists of hands-on tutorials and lectures covering most of the practical aspects of scientific computing at Aalto.

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ACRIS Instructions

Aalto Current Research Information System (ACRIS) is Aalto University’s research information management system. The system contains up-to-date information about the research and artistic activities of the university. These activities are shown through the public portal Research.aalto.fi.

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