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\chapter{New KIT employee?}
As a new employee at the KIT,
you should get a letter from the SCC after a few days.
In there you find access to your SCC account.
This enables you to use various services.
Most importantly, it gets you an @kit.edu e-mail adress.
\checkitem{I have received my KIT SCC account
for my @kit.edu e-mail account.}
If you did not receive the letter,
you can visit the SCC help desk yourself
in building 20.20.
Get a shorter alias for your email address.
You also want your KITCard,
which you can use to pay for food at the Mensa, for example.
You get this card the library in building 30.50.
When you are there and got your card,
it is a good opportunity to unlock the library card functionality.
You need to use one of the PCs in the library.
\checkitem{Got my KITCard}
You can enable your KITCard to unlock various doors.
Call the key management of the facility management departement.
They need your KITCard number.
\tod{really?}
\begin{center}
\includegraphics[width=\textwidth]{img/exploits_of_a_mom.png}
\end{center}
You probably want some keys, e.g.\ for your office.
Setup your profile website?
\checkitem{My profile page is up to date.}
LBV classic vs extra.
Institutions of the KIT use social media.
If you do as well,
you might want to follow them.
There is an overview at \url{http://www.kit.edu/kit/english/10103.php}.
ATIS
git.scc.kit.edu
KHYS for skill trainings.
What do I do with those students bothering me?
Visitenkarten?
Reserving rooms?
We cannot help you with the details at \institute,
since this is very specific.
Ask your collegues,
they surely are a friendly bunch.
\textbf{Hello \fullname},
Welcome to the computer science department at the KIT!
This is the quickstart document
by the Doktorandenkonvent,
the group of all doctoral researchers (PhD students)
in the computer science department at the KIT.
We want you to feel welcome and at home here,
while you work at the \institute.
For an easier start,
this document provides various tips and check lists.
You will find boxes in the margins.
These are meant to be checked,
if the item next to it is done.
\checkitem{I have understood the introduction up to this point.}
This document is work in progress.
If you find things missing or wrong,
please tell us or fix it yourself.
Information for contribution is at the end.
\chapter{Doktorandenkonvent}
If you want to get a PhD in computer science at the KIT,
then you implicitly are part of the Doktorandenkonvent.
Technically, you need to be officially accepted at the faculty,
but in practice we also support not-yet-accepted
doctoral researchers and post-docs.
We want to help each other.
If you can contribute,
please do so.
For example,
we like to get Pull Requests for this document,
if you find any errors or miss anything.
You can find the repository at \tod{somewhere}.
\checkitem{No errors in here (anymore).}
You can find more information
in our wiki \tod{url?}.
We wish you a good time until you get that \enquote{Dr.}
in front of \fullname.
Let us advance the knowledge of mankind together!
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\begin{document}
\mytitlepage
\textbf{Hello \fullname},
Welcome to the computer science department at the KIT!
This is the quickstart document
by the Doktorandenkonvent,
the group of all doctoral researchers (PhD students)
in the computer science department at the KIT.
We want you to feel welcome and at home here,
while you work at the \institute.
For an easier start,
this document provides various tips and check lists.
You will find boxes in the margins.
These are meant to be checked,
if the item next to it is done.
\checkitem{I have understood the introduction up to this point.}
This document is work in progress.
If you find things missing or wrong,
please tell us or fix it yourself.
Information for contribution is at the end.
\chapter{New KIT employee?}
As a new employee at the KIT,
you should get a letter from the SCC after a few days.
In there you find access to your SCC account.
This enables you to use various services.
Most importantly, it gets you an @kit.edu e-mail adress.
\checkitem{I have received my KIT SCC account
for my @kit.edu e-mail account.}
If you did not receive the letter,
you can visit the SCC help desk yourself
in building 20.20.
Get a shorter alias for your email address.
You also want your KITCard,
which you can use to pay for food at the Mensa, for example.
You get this card the library in building 30.50.
When you are there and got your card,
it is a good opportunity to unlock the library card functionality.
You need to use one of the PCs in the library.
\checkitem{Got my KITCard}
You can enable your KITCard to unlock various doors.
Call the key management of the facility management departement.
They need your KITCard number.
\tod{really?}
\begin{center}
\includegraphics[width=\textwidth]{img/exploits_of_a_mom.png}
\end{center}
You probably want some keys, e.g.\ for your office.
Setup your profile website?
\checkitem{My profile page is up to date.}
LBV classic vs extra.
Institutions of the KIT use social media.
If you do as well,
you might want to follow them.
There is an overview at \url{http://www.kit.edu/kit/english/10103.php}.
ATIS
git.scc.kit.edu
KHYS for skill trainings.
What do I do with those students bothering me?
Visitenkarten?
Reserving rooms?
We cannot help you with the details at \institute,
since this is very specific.
Ask your collegues,
they surely are a friendly bunch.
\chapter{New as Doctoral Researcher?}
What am I supposed to do as a doctoral researcher?
The Gesellschaft für Informatik is the biggest national community
of computer scientists and officially advocates the term
\enquote{doctoral researcher} instead of \enquote{PhD student},
because we are not students anymore.
\begin{itemize}
\item Do proper science!
For inspiration, we recommend Richard Hamming's
\enquote{You and Your Research}.
You can find it online as text or video.
\item Write great papers!
\item Present your work!
\item Get a PhD!
\end{itemize}
\begin{center}
\includegraphics[width=\textwidth]{img/phdcomic1012.png}
\end{center}
The DFG has published
\enquote{Rules of Good Scientific Practice}\footnote{%
\url{http://www.dfg.de/en/research_funding/principles_dfg_funding/good_scientific_practice/index.html}},
which the KIT adopted\footnote{%
\url{https://www.sle.kit.edu/downloads/AmtlicheBekanntmachungen/2014_AB_056.pdf}}.
Book recommendations?
\chapter{Doktorandenkonvent}
If you want to get a PhD in computer science at the KIT,
then you implicitly are part of the Doktorandenkonvent.
Technically, you need to be officially accepted at the faculty,
but in practice we also support not-yet-accepted
doctoral researchers and post-docs.
We want to help each other.
If you can contribute,
please do so.
For example,
we like to get Pull Requests for this document,
if you find any errors or miss anything.
You can find the repository at \tod{somewhere}.
\checkitem{No errors in here (anymore).}
You can find more information
in our wiki \tod{url?}.
We wish you a good time until you get that \enquote{Dr.}
in front of \fullname.
Let us advance the knowledge of mankind together!
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\input{employee}
\input{research}
\input{konvent}
\vfill
{\small \version{} built on \ISOToday.}
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\chapter{New as Doctoral Researcher?}
What am I supposed to do as a doctoral researcher?
The Gesellschaft für Informatik is the biggest national community
of computer scientists and officially advocates the term
\enquote{doctoral researcher} instead of \enquote{PhD student},
because we are not students anymore.
\begin{itemize}
\item Do proper science!
For inspiration, we recommend Richard Hamming's
\enquote{You and Your Research}.
You can find it online as text or video.
\item Write great papers!
\item Present your work!
\item Get a PhD!
\end{itemize}
\begin{center}
\includegraphics[width=\textwidth]{img/phdcomic1012.png}
\end{center}
The DFG has published
\enquote{Rules of Good Scientific Practice}\footnote{%
\url{http://www.dfg.de/en/research_funding/principles_dfg_funding/good_scientific_practice/index.html}},
which the KIT adopted\footnote{%
\url{https://www.sle.kit.edu/downloads/AmtlicheBekanntmachungen/2014_AB_056.pdf}}.
Book recommendations?
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