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PHAUST
The PhD Association at AU, Science and Technology



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Matching expectations
Matching expectations with your supervisor is important. We recommend you to bring this form to a meeting with your supervisor in the beginning of your studies.


Quick guide to PhD Planner
The PhD Plan is a mutual agreement between the PhD student and the Graduate School of Science and Technology (GSST). We recommend you to read our quick guide to use the planner most efficiently.


Mentor Programme
We recommend that you consider finding a mentor among the faculty of your institute in the beginning of your PhD studies. This document provides information on how to proceed and what to consider.


News and Events from GSST:

2016.08.24 | PhD students

Expat Reception 2016

Mark the date Saturday 27 August for Expat Reception 2016. Sign up is still open!


2016.08.09 | Talent development, PhD students

Come on, Auntie Gerda – It’s time to hear about my research!

Would you like to learn how to explain your special field of research to a broader audience - including the media? The PhD course in research dissemination (In Danish only!) is now available for registration at GSSTs transferable course website. The course will run Thursdays in the autumn from 20 October until 24 November 2016…


2016.06.15 | Talent development, PhD students

Call for Applications to the Falling Walls Lab Aarhus

AU Research Support and External Relations - Events and Communication Support wouldlike to call your attention to an innovative scientific format for aspiring researchers – the Falling Walls Lab. The Lab isa platform for PhDs and PhD students from all disciplines who get the opportunity to present their research work, business model,…




What is PHAUST?

PHAUST is the association representing all the PhD Students at Science & Technology, Aarhus University. The board of PHAUST consists of up to 9 members elected from the various departments of the faculty. Our job is to discuss matters of relevance for PhD Students, find improvements and discuss these improvements with the head and the administration of the PhD school. We try to be in close collaboration with the programme representatives at the departments, and we choose representatives for the university-wide PhD Association AUPA and we nominate candidates for the PhD committee at Science and Technology and the Academic Council.

Please contact the board at board.phd.st [ at ] maillist.au.dk

The board consists of:

Substitutes: