Science from wall to wall - from proposal to publication

Lecturer

Hannes Taubenboeck
and colleagues

ECTS

5 ECTS

 

Aim

Managing scientific projects as well as project proposals and developing them towards successful science is a common task for scientists as well as practitioner. In this course different approaches will be introduced and discussed.

Content

Research does mean much more than identifying crucial research question, finding appropriate data, developing algorithms and deriving new findings. While this course will contain all mentioned issues it will beyond highlight the challenges for raising money for research, writing proposals, building up networks, writing papers and doing presentations. All topics will be introduced by the examples of currently running research projects.

 

 

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