IDtalk - Seminar Series
In a multidisciplinary world, the IDtalk should help to learn about other researchers state-of-the-art methods. Talks are short (<40 min) and to-the-point to provide a starting point for those who would like to dig deeper into the method discussed. We aim to have the IDtalk the last Thursday in each month. You can find the slides here. We chose for a lunch seminar and serve tasty snacks ("broodjes"/"Brötchen", please bring your own drinks).
Questions? A suggestion for an IDtalk topic? Send an email to email@example.com.
You can find all current IDtalks here.
Previous talks considered research project updates for example on the FINDER project, the a project on activity systems in energy transition, and the Healthy Brain Study. Other talks considered particular topics such as dealing with complexity in supervision or how to model dynamic complexity. Again other talks considered particular research methodologies such as transdisciplinary research, action research, qualtitative research, experimental research and neuroscience. Some more considered ways to gather data such as talks on MT Turk, Smartriqus and more general online surveys, while others consider ways to organise and analyse data such as talks on ATLAS.ti, MeetingsSphere or Power Analysis.