Please see MATHnet as well.
- Being a scientist
- Concerning preprints/papers
- Archive of SYM lectures, meeting summaries, etc.
- Organizing events and hosting visitors
- Buying air tickets
- On being a scientist: A guide to responsible conduct in research
- Tips on how to succeed in academia (slides by L. H. Pedersen)
- Postdoc hunting from an applicant's perspective (notes by L.F. Matusevich and W.A. Stein, from 2003 and aimed at the US job market).
- What should be in a teaching recommendation letter?
- UCPH-MATH career guide
- arXiv report number for all SYM preprints: CPH-SYM-DNRF92
- Support acknowledgment text for all SYM preprints/papers: "Supported by the Danish National Research Foundation through the Centre for Symmetry and Deformation (DNRF92)"
- Center's Journal Top 10 - see also ISI Thompson and MathSciNet.
We have a monthly SYM lecture about center research, usually held 12:05-13:00 on the 3rd Wednesday of every month. Sandwiches are provided, and the 45 minutes lecture is supposed to be elementary aimed at all center members. This page lists every abstract of the lectures.
On the 1st Wednesday of every month (except July and Aug) we have a SYM meeting 12:05-13:00, about practical matters at the center, and announcement of new research results. Summaries of previous meetings below:
- Everyone is encouraged to organize events: masterclasses, seminars, etc., and to invite visitors. Consult with your advisor/mentor if in doubt.
- Choosing dates for event: Check the MATH calendar and the SYM conference list.
- Announcing seminars and guests: Seminars should be announced as early as possible on the MATH calendar, and guests in the guests database. You can announce guests as "to be confirmed". Please remember to add the associated research groups as tags.
- Announcing masterclasses and conferences: They should have their own website, which should be linked from a) the MATH calendar b) the MATH conference list c) the SYM conference list, as well as d) the NCG and/or TOP webpage. You can consult previous events for the exact format. Guests needing an office should also be announced in the guests database. Please announce both the overall event in the calendar (early!), as well as the individual talks (when the schedule becomes available). You are strongly encouraged to put up scanned notes of the lectures etc. after the conference.
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- The University of Copenhagen's International Staff Mobility with useful information for newly hired foreigners