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Date of the event: 10.12.2020 g.13:00 - 10.12.2020 g.14:15
Added on: 06.10.2020

Professionalising Inter- and Trandisciplinary Expertise / Shaping Conversations on Interdisciplinary Research (SHAPE-ID Webinar Series)

Type of the event:
Meeting

We are pleased to announce the programme for our SHAPE-ID webinar series for the coming months and we invite you to join us for some interesting discussions around interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research involving the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.

źródło: SHAPE-ID

Date: Tuesday 10th December 13.00 – 14.15 CET (12.00-13.15 GMT)
Register:  https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_7uTSN7HPSIa8S7E2FQ2gHQ

SHAPE-ID has found that a clear and well-defined process is needed for inter- and transdisciplinary research projects in order to manage such innovative interactions and ensure long-lasting results. This webinar will invite experts in inter- and transdisciplinary integration to consider how expertise can be fostered in academic and professional environments. What is integration expertise and why is it needed in order to develop strong collaborative research projects with diverse participants? What is the profile of the inter- or transdisciplinary scientist or researcher? What tools and methods are available to build this profile? Professor Jane Ohlmeyer (Trinity College Dublin), Principal Investigator of the SHAPE-ID project and Chair of the Irish Research Council, will chair the discussion.

Panellists

  • Dr Sabine Hoffman | Eawag – Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology
  • Dr Nikki Brand | Technische Universiteit Delft
  • Dr Petra Biberhofer | Participatory Science Academy, University of Zurich and ETH Zurich

Full details: https://www.shapeid.eu/webinar-10-12-20/

Information

Address:
online
Fee:
bez opłat
Added on:
6 October 2020; 19:19 (Mariola Wilczak)
Edited on:
6 October 2020; 19:19 (Mariola Wilczak)

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06.10.2020

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18.07.2017

THE 1ST BIAŁYSTOK CONFERENCE ON THEORETICAL AND APPLIED LINGUISTICS

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21.09.2019

Research in the Arts, the Arts in Research

Artists study the reality they are surrounded by, people they live among, themselves, their instruments of work and how these areas are interconnected. Their work addresses complex issues, establishing dynamic relationships to a whole variety of other disciplines, from philosophy to new technologies. Their creative activity generates knowledge that could not be gained otherwise. Artistic knowledge is acquired through sensory and emotional perception and is practice-based, practice-driven, ‘felt’, ‘embodied’. It crosses the borders of different countries, languages, cultures, disciplines. Many artistic research projects are genuinely multicultural and interdisciplinary. Yet artists still often have to justify the idea that their practice is research.

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