In accordance with section 9, paragraph 4 of the Lower Saxony Higher Education Act (NHG) (January 2016), a Doctoral Candidate Representation was elected, charged with discussing matters concerning doctoral students and issuing recommendations to bodies of the university.
Yvonne Schadewell works as a PhD at the Faculty V within a collaborative project between the Institute of Chemistry and Biology of the marine Environment (ICBM) and the Institute of Biology and Environmental Sciences (IBU) since 2017. For her PhD project, she evaluates the reliability of tracing aquatic organisms with forensic methods.
Nadine is a PhD student and research associate at the German Language Department since December, 2020. In her research, she is focusing on the development of writing skills in high school students.
Daria Engelmann has been a research associate in the Literary Studies component at the Institute of German Studies at the University of Oldenburg since 2018. As part of her doctorate, she deals with the question of the reception of the Historical Avant-Garde in West Germany after 1945.
Since 2019 Carolin Danzer works as research associate in the field of mathematics education at the Institute of Mathematics. In the context of her doctoral thesis, she analyses mathematical discovery processes of secondary school students.
René Engelmann is PhD student at the Institute of Philosophy in Oldenburg since 2019 and holds a PhD scholarship since 2020. In his doctoral thesis he is working on the analysis of kinds of knowledge and a concept of specific negative knowledge (›docta ignorantia‹) coined by John Scottus Eriugena, Eckhart of Hochheim and Nicholas of Cusa.
Andreas Hiemstra has been associated with the Institute of Dutch Studies at the University of Oldenburg as a research assistant since 2019. As part of his doctorate, he is investigating the influence that the first language (German / English) and the second language (English / German) have on the acquisition of the morphology and syntax of the third language (Dutch).
Joanna is a Canadian PhD student at the University of Oldenburg since 2018. She is funded by NSERC and DAAD in the department of Neuropsychology. For her doctorate, she studies mobile EEG methods, as well as social influences on brain and behaviour during gait.
Aneliya Paneva is a PhD candidate at the Carl von Ossietzky University, Oldenburg, Germany in the field of Ecological Economics and Sustainability Management. The focus of her research is on the governance challenges in the transition towards sustainability in the region of Central and Eastern Europe, based on the case study of Bulgaria. She owes its inspiration to the training made during a research stay at the Centre for Sustainable Corporate Leadership at the Witten/Herdecke University as part of the German Federal Environmental Foundation (DBU) Scholarship Exchange Programme with CEE Countries. She graduated from the New Bulgarian University in Sofia, Bulgaria with a master’s degree in International Business and Economics.
Max Scharf has started his PhD in 2021 at the Institute for Medical Physics and Acoustics. He is a physicist by training and is researching the topic of models for speech intelligibility.