Workshop: Scientific Work – Overview

“If we knew what it was we were doing,
it would not be called research, would it?”
Albert Einstein

As written in this posting, I did a workshop about scientific work a few weeks ago. For this workshop, I updated my presentation about how to organize (a) scientific work.

I’d like to finally adhere to a few promises about writing about literature research and management and I think that converting the presentation to blog entries is a nice way to do so.

So, the next postings will be about the contents of this workshop, to be exact they will deal with:

I hope this strategy works here as well — as usually, I’m happy about constructive comments. This is my view on the topic and I might be influenced in ways I cannot possibly see, and I am always happy to learn about new ideas, tools, or ways to deal with things (which actually is my motivation of doing the things I do, including giving a workshop while on vacation).

Categories: Community Aspects, Doing Science, Learning to do Science, Science



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