We have sent you the tentative schedule for the presentations.
This course covers a selection of the following topics:
You can find the course in TISS →, but you don't need to register there. This year, the course is an online course, so you have to write us a short registration email. We use this email address for further communication in the course. You can either press the button to get a template for the registration or write an email to either of the oganization staff that you want to register for the course.
You will receive a confirmation email that we received your email in the following days with additional information.
If you have not received any email within a week or before the first session, please contact us again.
The course has 3 different assignments. Do not forget to check the due dates in the course schedule above!
Write an introduction to a scientific paper and use the criteria presented during the lecture.
There is no template for the introduction, choose whatever template you are familiar with.
Just please do not write your name in the submitted file.
Upload your file until the first deadline using EasyChair.
After uploading your introduction, you will be assigned 10 introductions written by your peers, which you will have to review until the second deadline.
The best reviews will be revealed during the last session, after the presentations. We will send you reminders and other information, as needed.
EasyChair: Link to the submission system
Please do NOT write your name in the body of the introduction.
The first presentation is about your specific research area.
You can take around 15-20 minutes (perhaps including a few minutes for discussion).
You should send the slides of your presentation as a PDF File to one of the organization staff until the second deadline.
Please make sure that your presentations cover the following points:
We will ask you in the confirmation email of the registration to fill out a form. We will use this form to assign you to groups in the same field.
The second presentation is about general topics concerning research and career planning. The possible topics are below.
You can take up to 20 minutes for each presentation, which includes time for discussion.
You should send the slides in a first draft to one of the organization staff before the first deadline.
After this deadline additional resources from the last term are available and should be integrated.
The final version of the slides should be sent by the second deadline.
The presentation groups have a minimum and maximum size. Hence, the topics are distributed by first come, first served. We will ask you in the confirmation email of the registration to name us your top three most interessted topics, so that we can assign you to a topic you like taking the group sizes into consideration!