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 9-12 international doctoral students selected in a competitive process, and offers full scholarships.

The DLGS was established in 2008 to address the spatial implications of grand societal challenges. It is supported financially by the Leibniz Association, and operated by both the IOER and the TUD. It is independent in designing its scientific program, committed to scientific excellence, and subject to regular international peer review.

News from the DLGS


Successful started: 10th cohort of the DLGS

The tenth cohort of the Dresden Leibniz Graduate School (DLGS) started at the beginning of March. The fellows of the international graduate school will spend three years researching various issues in the field of sustainable urban development. The application period for cohort number 11 starts in May. [read more]

 

 

Commerzbank-Award for Dr. phil. Sara Al-Nassir

On October 11, 2019, the Commerzbank Dissertation Prizes 2018 were awarded at the TU Dresden. Since 2006 prizes have been granted to young scientists for outstanding dissertations.

DLGS doctoral candidate Sara Al-Nassir received one of these awards in recognition of her excellent dissertation on the topic „Constructive Exceptionality, the interplay of agency and structure in constituting Zaatari’s Market Street, Al-Souq".

 

 

Compact information about the DLGS - Our new magazine 

The new DLGS magazine informs briefly and compactly about the Ddresden Leibniz Graduate School. Learn more about characteristics, research framework, doctoral candidates and application process. Find out more about individual dissertation projects and the management board.

 

 

PhD-Award for the best talk

The DLGS doctoral candidate Jiaying Lin took part on the 3rd International Symposium Healthy Ageing from 20–22 February 2019 at the Leibniz-Forschungsinstitut für Molekulare Pharmakologie (FMP) in Berlin-Buch/ Germany. She presented her phd-project "Healthy City Program in Shanghai - policy process unfolded". During the PhD session four students form different countries could talk about their work and results. Jiaying Lin got the PhD-Award for the best talk.