PhDnet@CAIS brings together doctoral students who are working on the social consequences of digitalization. It offers them a platform to establish contacts across subject boundaries, and to acquire practical skills and to discuss their own experiences.
The research projects cover a range of themes, including: artificial intelligence and ethics, political communication on social media, datafication and journalism, and digital media in education.
The network is aimed primarily at doctoral students in North Rhine-Westphalia, and also supports them beyond the completion of their doctorate. Participants from other federal states are also welcome.
PhDnet@CAIS is a forum for doctoral students from the humanities and technical sciences to discuss the social consequences of digitalization. Members of the network have the opportunity to present their research projects here.
Digitalisation Research and Network Meeting
The interdisciplinary event provides a forum for early career researchers with a focus on digitalisation-related topics. DigiMeet offers opportunities for networking, discussing results and ideas, and gathering inspiration for new and ideally collaborative research projects.
The current workshop series on digital methods offers participants the chance to try out tools for collecting and analyzing research data, and to discuss issues to do with research ethics and data protection.
In der Reihe Agile Methoden können innovative Arbeitsweisen und Präsentationsformen erlernt und ausprobiert werden, die sich beispielsweise in den Bereichen Projektmanagement oder Wissenschaftskommunikation anwenden lassen.
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