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The Dresden Leibniz Graduate School (DLGS) is a joint interdisciplinary facility of the Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development (IOER), and the Technische Universität Dresden (TUD). It hosts international doctoral candidates and invites applications from all disciplines selected in a competitive process, with an opportunity to be supported by a full-time scholarship for a period of three years.
The DLGS was established in 2008 to address the spatial implications of grand societal challenges. The graduate school is supported by the Leibniz Association, and operated by the IOER and the TUD. It is independent in designing its scientific program, committed to scientific excellence, and subject to regular international peer review.
April 3rd, 2023 | DLGS Social
Guided walking tour to: Hoher Stein, Fichteturm, Bismarcksäule. Organised by Dr. Gerd Lintz (IOER)
May 9th, 2023 | Seminar
Research Data Management for PhD researchers by Dr. Stefano Della Chiesa (IOER)
June 30th and July 1st, 2023 | Conference
SAVE THE DATE! The 8th conference of the "Network of early career researchers in sustainability transitions" ( NEST ) will take place in Dresden in summer 2023 and hosted by the Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development (IOER) and the Dresden Leibniz Graduate School (DLGS) . Call for abstracts , deadline: January, 31st 2023.
Subhashree Nath participates in a workshop on Climate resilience cities in India
In February, Subhashree Nath of DLGS 2021 cohort, had the opportunity to attend a comprehensive four-day training workshop organized by the Center for Science and Environment (CSE) in Delhi.
Urban water systems in Thailand: a field trip by Tieza Santos
Tieza Santos of the DLGS 2020 cohort concluded her field visit in Thailand in December as part of her Ph.D. dissertation.
PhD Defence "summa cum laude" – Jiyoon Song
Congratulations to Jiyoon Song (DLGS Scholarship holder 2019-2022) for successfully defending her PhD dissertation at the Faculty of Environmental Sciences, TU Dresden.