International PhDs and JRs: working in Denmark - how, what, where

This event is aimed at international PhDs and JRs and will provide you with insights into finding work and working in Denmark when you have an international background. During the event, four international alumni will share their experiences and perspectives on finding work in Denmark.

2019.01.04 | Sofie Buhl

Date Tue 02 Apr
Time 15:00 17:00
Location Richard Mortensenstuen, Studenterhusfonden, Fredrik Nielsens Vej 2-4, 8000 Aarhus C

This event is aimed at international PhDs and JRs and will provide you with insights into finding work and working in Denmark when you have an international background. During the event, four international alumni will share their experiences and perspectives on finding work in Denmark. They will cover questions such as; what did they do, how long did it take, what about network, how is it to be in the Danish workplace, what has surprised them the most etc. 

Programme:

15:00-15:15 Welcome by Jane Midtgaard Madsen, AU Career PhD & JR

15:15-15:35 Kaiyu Xiao, Group legal counsel, Danish Crown, PhD Law, China

15:35-15:55 Reza Pourmoayed, Senior data scientist, Grundfos (PhD in engineering), Iran

15:55-16:10 Break

16:10-16:30 Erika Vigna, Team Lead - Service Engineering, Blades presso Siemens Gamesa, PhD Inano/chemistry, Italy

16:30-16:50 Q&A

16:50-17:00 Closing remarks by Jane Midtgaard Madsen, AU Career PhD & JR

 

Join this event if you want to be wiser on finding work and working in Denmark!

 

Target group: All international AU PhDs and postdocs

PhD students, Junior Researcher