Veranstaltungsarchiv

2022
Do. 01. Dezember 2022, 18:00 - 20:00 Uhr
Lecture Series "Research at Risk" - Azadeh Ganjeh: "The Othering of Researchers in Diaspora"
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01. Dezember 2022, 18:00 - 20:00 Uhr

The Othering of Researchers in Diaspora

In her lecture, Azadeh Ganjeh talks about the opportunities and challenges of a scientist in exile who has to reclaim a professional identity in a Eurocentric research system. In view of the current developments in Iran, Azadeh Ganjeh will of course comment on what is happening there and the role of (theatre, culture and media) science and academia in this uprising for “Women, Life, Freedom”.

 

About the lecture series

In view of the current political situation, especially the war in Ukraine and the protest movement in Iran, the lecture series “Research at Risk!” is an invitation to discuss the challenges of research in media, theater and cultural studies in crises and war regions beyond national and cultural boundaries. We have invited experts from various disciplinary and geo-political situations/positions to present their research on topics related to the wars and crises in our world and how this affects their research.

The lectures focus on research practices in war and crises as well as on scientific/activist work on war and crises. Specifically, our speakers address the questions of how research, education and study can be carried out under hostile conditions and what influence war, political oppression, diaspora and other crisis-related impacts have on the production of knowledge. Which forms of knowledge and cultures receive credit in the academic world, and which are excluded? Where do scientists and students place the significance of the media when faced with these circumstances?

The event is a continuation of an initiative from within German Media Studies to support scholars at risk affected by the ongoing Russian invasion on Ukraine. We want to use the attention currently being raised by the war in Ukraine to give stage to researchers from various zones of war and risk across Europe and worldwide, including Iran, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ukraine, Turkey, Kamerun, and Afghanistan.

The lecture series „Research at Risk“ is a cooperation project of German media scholars and supported by: the CRC 1187 “Media of Cooperation”, the CRC 1472 “Transformationen des Popuren and the Media Studies department at the University of Siegen, the Graduiertenkolleg 2132 “Das Dokumentarische and the Faculty for Philology at Ruhr University Bochum, and the European Media Studies at the University Flensburg.

Guests are welcome to register via Mail ‘Send an E-mail

Veranstaltungsort

Online-Veranstaltung
Mi. 30. November 2022, 14:15 - 15:45 Uhr
Forschungsforum: Nachwuchsförderung & Gleichstellung
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30. November 2022, 14:15 - 15:45 Uhr

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Universität Siegen
Campus Herrengarten
AH-A 217/18
Mo. 28. November 2022 - Di. 29. November 2022
Workshop “Sensing the sensor: exploring and mapping the situational dimensions of sensory media and data”
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Montag, 28. - 29. November 2022

In this 1 ½ day hybrid workshop, we suggest approaching mobile sensing technologies and practices through thinking of them as multiply situated (cf. Dieter et al., 2019): Sensor data is subject to and originates in specific sensing situations, whilst being entangled in and having the capacity to sense and capture information about such situations. We start from the observation that sensor data can only be understood in situated ways that take its distributed accomplishment involving computational capacities, hardware, geolocations, practices, and users into account.

The workshop revolves around an empirical exploration of sensor data enabled and collected through mobile activity tracking apps such as Strava and Google Fit, employing novel “sensory digital methods”, the tools AppInspect and AppTraffic (Chao et al., expected 2022). In doing so, the workshop explicitly engages with the ways in which such methods interface the study of the social and more technical work on the media at stake, and thus, how “sensory digital methods” tools also interface the interdisciplinary cooperation between diverse researchers with more and less computational skills. Finally, this workshop is interested in carving out analytical mapping approaches (cf. Clarke, 2005 in Marres, 2020) for the quite heterogeneous situational dimensions addressed in this investigation.

It is possible also to attend parts of the workshop, participating in the workshop and/or discussions. Participation on location (Herrengarten 3, Siegen) and online (Zoom) is possible. Please contact Daniela van Geenen to register.

Veranstaltungsort

Universität Siegen
Campus Herrengarten
AH-A 217/18
Siegen
Do. 24. November 2022, 18:00 - 20:00 Uhr
Lecture Series: "Research at Risk" - Svitlana Matviyenko: "Production of Terror: Witnessing, Knowing, Remembering"
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24. November 2022, 18:00 - 20:00 Uhr

Production of Terror: Witnessing, Knowing, Remembering

Since the beginning of a full-scale invasion of the sovereign territory of Ukraine by the Russian Federation on February 24, 2022, Ukrainian journalists, scholars, activists, and people overall have been collecting evidence of the Russian war crimes. This talk will consider the labour of witnessing – from recovering and remembering personal traumatic accounts to confronting various documentations of atrocities – the labour that the subject of witnessing performs, often without a possibility to disengage.

 

About the lecture series

In view of the current political situation, especially the war in Ukraine and the protest movement in Iran, the lecture series “Research at Risk!” is an invitation to discuss the challenges of research in media, theater and cultural studies in crises and war regions beyond national and cultural boundaries. We have invited experts from various disciplinary and geo-political situations/positions to present their research on topics related to the wars and crises in our world and how this affects their research.

The lectures focus on research practices in war and crises as well as on scientific/activist work on war and crises. Specifically, our speakers address the questions of how research, education and study can be carried out under hostile conditions and what influence war, political oppression, diaspora and other crisis-related impacts have on the production of knowledge. Which forms of knowledge and cultures receive credit in the academic world, and which are excluded? Where do scientists and students place the significance of the media when faced with these circumstances?

The event is a continuation of an initiative from within German Media Studies to support scholars at risk affected by the ongoing Russian invasion on Ukraine. We want to use the attention currently being raised by the war in Ukraine to give stage to researchers from various zones of war and risk across Europe and worldwide, including Iran, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ukraine, Turkey, Kamerun, and Afghanistan.

The lecture series „Research at Risk“ is a cooperation project of German media scholars and supported by: the CRC 1187 “Media of Cooperation”, the CRC 1472 “Transformationen des Popuren and the Media Studies department at the University of Siegen, the Graduiertenkolleg 2132 “Das Dokumentarische and the Faculty for Philology at Ruhr University Bochum, and the European Media Studies at the University Flensburg.

Guests are welcome to register via Mail ‘Send an E-mail

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Online-Veranstaltung
Do. 24. November 2022 - Sa. 26. November 2022
Cologne-Siegen Masterclass for Media Ethnography: "(Post)Digital Ethnography: From Participant Observation to Collaborative Approaches"
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Donnerstag, 24. - 26. November 2022

With Simone Pfeifer (s.pfeifer@uni-koeln.de, GRK “anschließen-ausschließen”, University of Cologne) and Suzana Jovicic (suzana.jovicic@univie.ac.at, University of Vienna)

Dates: 24.-26.11.22

24.11., 10am-6pm   |   25.11., 10am-6pm   |   26.11., 10am-1pm

 

Abstract:

In contemporary anthropological research, digital media and technologies such as smartphones are part of almost all fields and themes. At the latest since the COVID-19 pandemic, many anthropologists are paying more attention to ‘the digital’ in its manifold manifestations, not only as a subject of study but moreover as a means of fieldwork. While ‘the digital’ in digital ethnography is often used synonymously with “remote” (Walton 2018, Postill 2017) or “virtual”, online-only ethnography (Hine 2001, Boellstorff et. Al. 2012), in this masterclass we encourage a “postdigital” approach to digital ethnography. “The postdigital” points beyond the online/offline or analogue/digital divide (without dismissing it entirely) and allows us to investigate the situatedness of digital media, smartphones and related practices in everyday life through a critical lens. (Post)Digital Ethnography in our sense encompasses a range of methods and approaches that we will explore through hands-on exercises in this masterclass. The aim of this workshop is therefore to examine (post)digital research practices in the context of increasingly personalised devices such as the smartphone and discuss them in light of the participants’ research designs. Practical exercises on participant observation or collaborative methods in groups will alternate with open discussions and short impulse presentations.

The guiding questions for the exercises and discussions include (but are not limited to):

  • How to access the field?
  • How to present/position oneself, also in ‘online’ contexts?
  • How to integrate smartphones into conversations? How to negotiate access to individualised, sometimes very private information in ethical ways?
  • How to observe and participate on social media and other platforms?
  • How to deal with audio-visual material?
  • What are the legal and ethical challenges of archiving, analysing or creating audio-visual materials as part of your research?
  • How to integrate various collaborative and participatory approaches?

Reflecting on ethical challenges, asymmetries, power dynamics and questions of (digital) positionality will guide our exercises in and with the digital.

The course is primarily directed at Master and PhD students with their own projects who are interested in learning more about the hands-on practices of digital ethnography with a critical perspective. Interested participants who are not currently working on their own research project are also welcome to contact us.

Registration: Please register for this masterclass with a short email detailing your (planned) research interest/project and how it relates to digital ethnography (max. 500 words) to Simone Pfeifer (s.pfeifer@uni-koeln.de) and Suzana Jovicic (suzana.jovicic@univie.ac.at) by 14th of November 2022.

 

Short bios:

Suzana Jovicic is an Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW) postdoctoral fellow and lecturer at the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Vienna; and co-PI of the “We-Design” interdisciplinary project that combines ethnographic research on the role of digital technologies in relation to the labour access among Viennese youth with participatory design and app development. Her interests lie in the areas of digital, design and psychological anthropology, youths, and participatory research. She is co-founder of the Digital Ethnography Initiative (DEI) at the University of Vienna.

Simone Pfeifer is a postdoctoral researcher in the Research Training Group “anschließen ausschließen: Cultural Dynamics Beyond Globalized Networks” (UoC) with a project that focuses on Muslim everyday life and digital media practices, using digital ethnography and (digital) curatorial strategies for the co-creation of knowledge. Her work explores social, visual, and digital media practices in post-migrant societies from a critical and reflexive perspective. In her previous work she has focused on transnational social relationships between Senegal and Germany, securitization of Islam, political violence and ethical challenges in ethnographic research. www.simone-pfeifer.de

Veranstaltungsort

Universität zu Köln
Main Building
Alter Senatssaal
50923 Köln

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Poster
Mi. 23. November 2022, 15:15 - 16:45 Uhr
Ringvorlesung: "Politics of Data – Politics of Semi-Autonomy" – Matthew Fuller: "Investigative Aesthetics"
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23. November 2022, 15:15 - 16:45 Uhr

**Änderung der Uhrzeit 15:15 – 16:45 Uhr**

Investigative aesthetics is, in part, a process of collectively assembling accounts of incidents from media flotsam. It involves tuning into and interpreting weak signals and noticing unintentional evidence registered in visual, audio or data files or in the material composition of our environment. It also refers to the use of aesthetic sensibilities in assembling cases, in editing material into effective film and videos or installations. In these constructions, each found element is not a piece of evidence in itself but rather an entry point to find connections with others, a part in a heterogeneous assemblage that allows for navigation across and the weaving together of disparate elements. Starting from the book „Investigative Aesthetics“ jointly authored with Eyal Weizman this lecture will explore the practical, technical and conceptual aspects of this political aesthetics. 

Matthew Fuller is a cultural theorist who works on art, science, politics and aesthetics. His books include How to Sleep: The Art, Biology and Culture of Unconsciousness (Bloomsbury 2018), How to Be a Geek: Essays on the Culture of Software (Polity 2017), with Olga Goriunova, Bleak Joys: Aesthetics of Ecology and Impossibility (Minnesota 2019) and with Eyal Weizman, Investigative Aesthetics: Conflicts and Commons in the Politics of Truth (Verso 2021). He is Professor of Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London and a member of the editorial group of Computational Culture, a journal of software studies.  

About the Lecture Series

This semester we focus on concepts that can critically address the ongoing crises of the digital age (e.g. information, climate, resources, discrimination) and might help to develop new critical practices, an understanding of the present and the future that we are facing. These concepts are Aesthetics & Evidence, Critique and Imagineries, (Data) Governance and Activism, (Interactive/value-sensitive) Design and Decolonialism. Even though all of these concepts deserve a lecture series on their own, we chose to have for each of these topics one lecture in order to create a kaleidoscopic and interdisciplinary perspective on what critical practices and future “Politics of Data and Semi-Autonomy” can look like.

The lecture series takes place as a hybrid event Wednesday from 2 to 4 pm c.t.. External guests can join online by registering here.

See also:

7|12|22 – Sensing Machines with Chris Salter
18|1|23 – Politics of Data – Politics of Semi-Autonomy with Orit Halpern
31|1|23 – Hacking into Aesthetics and Politics of (AI-)Avatarization and algorithmic facialitiy with Alexander Gerner

Veranstaltungsort

Universität Siegen
Campus Herrengarten
AH-A 217/18
Di. 22. November 2022, 14:15 - 15:45 Uhr
Workshop “Unofficial Insider’s Guide to the German Academic System for Incoming and Visiting Researchers“ - organized by the House of Young Talents
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22. November 2022, 14:15 - 15:45 Uhr

With Dr. Nina Fenn

There are glossy websites and booklets about how to complete your doctoral degree or advance your postdoc career in Germany (even a few in English); some of them are actually quite good. But very often a lot of necessary implicit knowledge is missing: knowledge which is known to most professional actors and stakeholders, but not spelled out (sometimes due to a lack of political correctness) and thus remains unknown to outsiders, including incoming or visiting doctoral and postdoctoral researchers.

This event will try to close this information gap:

  • What are the preconditions for a successful PhD project in Germany?
  • What are the options for financing a PhD project in Germany?
  • How does a PhD project work in the various disciplines?
  • What are the possibilities for employment within the university system and outside of it in Germany?
  • How can one make a success of an academic career beyond the doctorate in Germany?
  • What in the German system is different from other academic systems, what is similar?

There will be a short presentation of essential points followed by a discussion of participants’ questions.

Organized by the House of Young Talents with 7 places reserved for CRC members till 2 weeks before the workshop

Intended group: all docs & postdocs of the SFB 1187

The Workshop will take place online and is held in English.

Please sign up here

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Online event
Do. 17. November 2022, 10:00 – 14:00 Uhr
Workshop "Digital Games in Educational Space: Game Studies Perspectives"
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17. November 2022, 10:00 – 14:00 Uhr

The young generation of today is growing up around interactive media. This leads to them favoring expression through content production, collaborative problem-solving and other peer-to-peer activities. Therefore, digital pedagogy, playful learning, gamification and educational digital games are gradually becoming part of the toolkit of teachers globally.

In this Workshop, there will be some cultural game studies impulse presentations on select topics concerning digital games like game design, digital tools for communication, gaming cultures online as well as multiplayer gaming, streaming and Let’s Play videos. Following these presentations, the participants will have the opportunity to try exemplary games and technologies.

T I M E   S C H E D U L E
10:00 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.:  Impulse presentations
10:45 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.:  Discussion
11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.:  Lunchbreak
12:00 p.m. – 02:00 p.m.:  Gameplay-Session & Discussion

The Workshop is organized by Claudius Clüver, Fabian Bhatti, Tim Glaser & Timo Schemer-Reinhard
and hosted by Prof. Dr. Jutta Wiesemann (B05), Tobias Leßner & Assoc. Prof. Anastasia Tokarieva

We ask for registration: tobias.lessner@uni-siegen.de

Veranstaltungsort

Universität Siegen
AR Campus
AR-E 4112 (OASE-Lernwerkstatt)

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Flyer
Mi. 16. November 2022, 14:15 - 15:45 Uhr
Forschungsforum: Internationales & Forschungsdaten
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16. November 2022, 14:15 - 15:45 Uhr

14:15 – 15:00 Uhr

Internationales

 

15:00 – 15:45 Uhr

Forschungsdaten

Veranstaltungsort

Universität Siegen
Campus Herrengarten
AH-A 217/18
Mi. 16. November 2022, 10:00 - 11:30 Uhr
Werkstatt Medienpraxistheorie - "The normative order of sensing" - Workshop mit Lorenza Mondada
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16. November 2022, 10:00 - 11:30 Uhr

The normative order of sensing: Enacting the score sheet in tasting sessions

Tasting sessions represent a perspicuous setting for a praxeological approach of sensoriality: they are a social activity in which the senses and the sensorial features of objects are the main focus of the participants. Tasting sessions are an activity in which participants do not merely eat (Mondada in press, Fele 2019), do not just taste (without having to verbally express a judgment, contrary to other settings, Mondada 2021), but taste in order to precisely describe what they sense (Liberman 2013, 2018, Mondada 2020, 2022, in press, Mondada & Fele 2020), using specific repertoires of descriptors. Thus, the activity crucially articulates sensations and their linguistic expression. However, this activity is more than just the association of a sensing body and some language. It is a practical situated achievement that relies on a specific understanding of what sensoriality is, its relation to language and, crucially, its relation to culture, expertise, and institutionality — represented by the use of a range of semiotic and lexical tools (such as the Aroma wheel). These tools constrain the expression of sensoriality and authorize some descriptions, while discrediting others. In this way the senses are normatively disciplined. This paper shows how the body, materiality, language, and normative constrains are practically managed and bodily aligned by the participants of tasting sessions. In this way, it provides for an account of the sociality of the senses that does not rely on a global deterministic sociological account but on the subtle ways in which the senses are normatively disciplined within situated occasions of sensing.

We will discuss in the workshop the following text:
Chapter 1: „From the Senses to Sensing in Interaction“, p. 3-61, in Mondada, Lorenza (2021): Sensing in Social Interaction. The Tase for Cheese in Gourmet Shops. Cambridge University Press.

Lorenza Mondada is Professor for linguistics at the University of Basel. Her research deals with social interaction in ordinary, professional and institutional settings, within an ethnomethodological and conversation analytic perspective. Her focus is on video analysis and multimodality, researching how the situated and endogenous organization of social interaction draws on a diversity of multimodal resources such as, beside language, gesture, gaze, body posture, movements, objects manipulations as well as multisensorial practices such as touching, tasting and smelling (see her last book, Sensing in Social Interaction (CUP, 2021).
 
*As the workshop is an internal event, external guests please contact Dr. Johannes Schick by email for registration, indicating their academic title, full name, their institution, their official email address and the title of the event they wish to attend.
 
 

Veranstaltungsort

Universität Siegen
Campus Herrengarten
AH-A 217/18
Herrengarten 3
Di. 15. November 2022, 18:15 - 19:45 Uhr
Werkstatt Medienpraxistheorie - "The normative order of sensing" - Vortrag von Lorenza Mondada
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15. November 2022, 18:15 - 19:45 Uhr

The normative order of sensing: Enacting the score sheet in tasting sessions

Tasting sessions represent a perspicuous setting for a praxeological approach of sensoriality: they are a social activity in which the senses and the sensorial features of objects are the main focus of the participants. Tasting sessions are an activity in which participants do not merely eat (Mondada in press, Fele 2019), do not just taste (without having to verbally express a judgment, contrary to other settings, Mondada 2021), but taste in order to precisely describe what they sense (Liberman 2013, 2018, Mondada 2020, 2022, in press, Mondada & Fele 2020), using specific repertoires of descriptors. Thus, the activity crucially articulates sensations and their linguistic expression. However, this activity is more than just the association of a sensing body and some language. It is a practical situated achievement that relies on a specific understanding of what sensoriality is, its relation to language and, crucially, its relation to culture, expertise, and institutionality — represented by the use of a range of semiotic and lexical tools (such as the Aroma wheel). These tools constrain the expression of sensoriality and authorize some descriptions, while discrediting others. In this way the senses are normatively disciplined. This paper shows how the body, materiality, language, and normative constrains are practically managed and bodily aligned by the participants of tasting sessions. In this way, it provides for an account of the sociality of the senses that does not rely on a global deterministic sociological account but on the subtle ways in which the senses are normatively disciplined within situated occasions of sensing.

Lorenza Mondada is Professor for linguistics at the University of Basel. Her research deals with social interaction in ordinary, professional and institutional settings, within an ethnomethodological and conversation analytic perspective. Her focus is on video analysis and multimodality, researching how the situated and endogenous organization of social interaction draws on a diversity of multimodal resources such as, beside language, gesture, gaze, body posture, movements, objects manipulations as well as multisensorial practices such as touching, tasting and smelling (see her last book, Sensing in Social Interaction (CUP, 2021).
 
 
 
 

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Universität Siegen
Campus Herrengarten
AH-A 217/18
Herrengarten 3
Mo. 07. November 2022, 10:00 - 16:00 Uhr
Workshop: „Financial Empowerment: Finanzielle Unabhängigkeit strategisch planen“ (Dr. Birgit Happel)
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07. November 2022, 10:00 - 16:00 Uhr

Der Workshop findet online statt.

Zielgruppe: Wissenschaftler*innen und Mitarbeiter*innen der SFBs 1187 & 1472

Die Pandemie hat die gesundheitliche und ökonomische Situation von Frauen verschärft. Im Januar 2022 hatte jede fünfte Mutter ihre Erwerbsarbeit reduziert. Obwohl Frauen seit vielen Jahren zu den Bildungsgewinnerinnen zählen, sind sie in Führungspositionen nach wie vor unterrepräsentiert, fallen im Zuge von Familiengründungen während der Postdoc-Phase aus der Wissenschaft und sind überdurchschnittlich oft in Teilzeit beschäftigt. Sie übernehmen einen großen Teil der unbezahlten Haus-, Erziehungs- und Pflegearbeit und suchen nach einer unterbrochenen Erwerbsbiografie nicht selten einen adäquaten beruflichen Anschluss.

Der Weg zur finanziellen Gleichstellung von Frauen führt zum einen über die Kenntnis der strukturellen Rahmenbedingungen und Wechselwirkungen der Gender Gaps. Andererseits über die individuelle Ebene zu den Themen Finanzplanung, Vermögensaufbau und Money Mindset. Gerade die strategische Planung der wissenschaftlichen Karriere erfordert besondere Aufmerksamkeit beim eigenen Finanzmanagement.

Im Workshop zeigt die Soziologin und Finanzbildungsexpertin Dr. Birgit Happel typische Fallstricke in Bezug auf weibliche Finanzen und aktuelle Ansätze zur finanziellen Unabhängigkeit von Frauen. In Einzel- und Kleingruppenarbeit lernen Sie Ihre Geldbiografie kennen und stärken Ihr finanzielles Selbstvertrauen. Alle Ansätze zielen darauf ab, die Erwerbs- und Finanzbiografie in Einklang zu bringen und sich langfristig einen Vermögensgrundstock aufzubauen.

Inhalte

  • Gesellschaftliche Rahmenbedingungen und Wechselwirkungen der Gender Gaps
  • Stellschrauben für eigenständige Existenzsicherung und gerechte Rollenverteilung
  • Basiswissen Absicherung, Budgetplanung, Vermögensaufbau und Altersvorsorge
  • Die eigene Geldbiografie kennen, nachhaltig leben und ethisch-ökologisch investieren
  • Souveräne Finanzentscheidungen treffen, Geld- und Beratungsfallen vermeiden

Der Workshop findet auf Deutsch statt.

Referentin: Dr. Birgit Happel (geldbiografien.de)

Eine Kooperation der SFBs 1187 & 1472

Anmeldung bis zum 21.10.2022 hier

Veranstaltungsort

Online-Veranstaltung
Do. 03. November 2022, 10:15 - 15:45 Uhr
Workshop “Research Integrity: the Rules of Good Scientific Practice” - organized by the House of Young Talents
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03. November 2022, 10:15 - 15:45 Uhr

“Research Integrity” AKA the “Rules of Good Scientific Practice” is an important topic which is nevertheless often neglected, so that many uncertainties persist not only among beginners, but also among more experienced researchers, about what is clearly allowed, what is clearly prohibited, and what is in between. Significant discrepancies between the official guidelines and traditional practices do not make things any easier. Many researchers fear falling foul of the rules and being sanctioned.

The workshop will cover the following aspects, referring to the official documents of Siegen University and the German Research Foundation, the DFG:

  • What are the “Rules of Good Scientific Practice” and how are they related to “Research Ethics” and to “Questionable Research Practices”?
  • Power abuse, false incentives (“Publish or Perish!”) and weak sanctions as drivers of mis-conduct: What can be done? What can you do?
  • Misconduct regarding data (falsification, fabrication etc.) and how to prevent or counter-act it (data management; Open Science)
  • Misconduct regarding authorship (plagiarism etc.) and how to prevent or counteract it (clear rules in conformity with official guidelines; literature management software)

All modules will be interactive and give participants clear guidance on how to avoid academic misconduct in their own sphere of responsibility.

Organized by the House of Young Talents

The Workshop will take place online and is held in English.

7 places are reserved for CRC members till 2 weeks before the workshop

Intended group: all docs and postdocs

We kindly ask for registration by 20 October 2022 here.

Veranstaltungsort

Online-Veranstaltung
Mi. 02. November 2022, 14:15 - 15:45 Uhr
Forschungsforum - A03 & Q&A Fortsetzungsantrag
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02. November 2022, 14:15 - 15:45 Uhr

14:15 – 15:00 Uhr

A03 – Navigation in Online/Offline-Räumen

 

15:00 – 15:45 Uhr

Q&A Fortsetzungsantrag

Veranstaltungsort

Universität Siegen
Campus Herrengarten
AH-A 217/18