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Good Research Practice for (Post)Doctoral Researchers

iGRAD-Workshop

AudienceDoctoral Researchers and Postdocs
Duration1 day
Capacity max. 28
Obligatory Seminar This seminar covers the mandatory field 'Good Research Practice'
This seminar is free of charge. Registration is open to all doctoral researchers of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.
Workshop Language English
Registration iGRAD-Members: Please send an email to the iGRAD-Office.
Non-iGRAD members: For registration the following information is required: Please click here.

Seminars in 2020

Due to the Corona-related safety measures, we will offer all seminars on Good Research Practice as online courses till the end of the year. Here are the dates for the online courses:

Next Events in English [Online]:

Date: Time: Event: Tool:
August 24/25 full 09:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. Good Research Practice for (Post)Doctoral Researchers Zoom
October 05/06 full 09:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. Good Research Practice for (Post)Doctoral Researchers Zoom

 

Description
All scientists working at the Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf are required to comply with "Fundamental principles for safeguarding good research practice at Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf" (cf.: "Grundsätze zur Sicherung guter wissenschaftlicher Praxis an der Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf vom 19. Februar 2014 " in: Amtliche Bekanntmachungen der HHU D 7/2014 und 11/2014).
The German and English versions of the official announcements are available via:

http://www.uni‐duesseldorf.de/home/universitaet/strukturen/rektorat/kommissionen‐desrektorats/kommission‐zur‐sicherung‐guter‐wissenschaftlicher‐praxis.html

This seminar is a fundamental introduction to the principles for safeguarding good scientific practice as proposed by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). It focuses on the perspectives of doctoral researchers by introducing and discussing the following topics:

  • Introduction to and definitions of Good Scientific Practice
  • Potential areas of conflict in research
  • Dishonest scientific practice, behaviour and possible consequences
  • Data preparation and documentation
  • Publishing, publications and scientific collaborations
  • Supervision and organisational culture
  • Research with human beings
  • Research with animals
  • Strategies to prevent and to deal with potential problems and conflicts

For further information see:
http://www.dfg.de/download/pdf/dfg_im_profil/reden_stellungnahmen/download/empfehlung_wiss_praxis_1310.pdf (German and English version)

Trainer
Dr. Christian Dumpitak, Trainer for Higher Educational Teaching, iGRAD, HHU
Dr. Achim Heck, Institute for Bio- and Geoscience, FZ Jülich
Dr. Debbie Radtke, Trainer for Higher Educational Teaching, iGRAD, HHU

Trainer

Dr. Christian Dumpitak
Trainer for Higher Educational Teaching, iGRAD, HHU

Dr. Achim Heck
Institute for Bio- and Geoscience, FZ Jülich

Dr. Debbie Radtke
Trainer for Higher Educational Teaching, iGRAD, HHU

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