The coordination team of the Max Planck School of Cognition has offices at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences in Leipzig, Germany. Our School does not have a classical campus. Our students, however, can conduct their doctoral research with one of 46 scientific experts at 29 institutions in 16 cities across Germany, the Netherlands and England. Below you can find more information on who is part of our School.

Which researchers can I conduct my doctoral thesis with?
The faculty members supervise students at the different partner institutions and support their training within the Max Planck School of Cognition through exclusive courses, workshops, and a close mentoring relationship during their doctoral research phase. Here, you can find a list of all fellows. more
Adjunct Faculty
Doctoral candidates can arange lab rotations in one of these labs during the orientation year (1st year). more
Doctoral candidates of the Max Planck School of Cognition
Here, you can find an overview of the doctoral candidates of the program. more
What is the role of mentors?
This section introduces the mentors and 0-year students that help(ed) in the design and development of the program. more
Who is coordinating the Max Planck School of Cognition?
Here you find the contacts of the coordination team, such as the Scientific Coordinator, the Curriculum Officer, the Financial Coordinator, the International Officer or the Media & Marketing Manager. more
Who is taking care of the e-learning component of the program?
If you want to know who is taking care of the e-Learning component of the program and who the e-Tutors are,  you can find more information here. more
Whom can I contact if I have a conflict?
The MPSCog doctoral candidates can contact our person of trust for confidential advice if conflict situations or questions about good scientific practice arise. more

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