Minisymposium
2021, May 12

„Interdisciplinarity in research and the graduation process” Part 1

Date/Time
08.02.2021
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Location
Online Event
Virtual meeting platform
Stuttgart



The second CRC 1333 internal key qualification course for all genders will take place on:

8th and 10th February 2021, 09:00 am – 05:00 pm

online Seminar

Prof. Tobias Schmohl, Professor for University- and teaching Methodology Media (University of Applied Sciences OWL)

 

Interdisciplinary research and interprofessional collaboration are becoming increasingly important in the modern academic context. The workshop introduces the basics of inter- and transdisciplinarity in scientific practice and discusses potentials and problems that can arise from interdisciplinary cooperation. The participants reflect on their own experiences and case analyses, which are the central prerequisites for successful work in research networks and interdisciplinary teams and how interdisciplinarity can be realized in concrete scientific cooperation.

Learning results:

  • General principles of inter- and transdisciplinarity
  • Interprofessional Cooperation
  • Potentials and problems of interdisciplinary scientific cooperation
  • Prerequisites for working in research networks and interdisciplinary teams
  • Conditions for success and concrete options for work in research alliances
  • Analysis of case studies
  • Evaluation of scientific theoretical and research methodological key texts

This seminar is part of the GRADUS course program on interdisciplinary topics within the individual qualification program for doctoral researchers as needed according to §5 Abs. 3 Nr. 2 PromO 2016.

Please contact Tatsiana Radziyeuskaya (tatsiana.radziyeuskaya[at]gradus.uni-stuttgart.de) for further information, cancelling or registration.